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If your brain cells were used as the basis of an electronic neural network, what would your computer chip be best at doing?

  • Sexy stuff.
  • Reciting bizarre facts about obscure geek culture references.
  • Procrastination.
  • Real-world solutions to real problems!
  • Imagining scenarios where I am a brain in a vat.

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