Brain, neural network
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- cell biology
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- cut-out (shapes)
- flashing (flash of light)
- Human Body Part
- human brain
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- nerve cell
- nervous system
- network (interconnection)
- neural network
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- silhouette (darkened or blurred object or figure)
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- upper section
- work of art
- Neural network
- Brain, neural network
- Brain with blurred neural network. Conceptual illustration of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
- Neural network. Computer illustration of the brain's neural network represented by lines polygons and flashes. A neural network is made up of nerve cells (neurons).
- Brain, neural network, computer illustration.
- Human brain, computer illustration.
- Neural network. Computer artwork of a brain in side view, with the brain's neural network represented by lines and flashes. A neural network is made up of nerve cells (neurons).
- Head with brain and network diagram
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- Computer artwork of a sagittal (side) view of a human head. The largest part of the brain is the cerebrum (upper part). This surrounds the limbic system (curved structures at upper centre). Below this, the brainstem runs downwards to become the spinal cord. To the right of the brainstem is the cerebellum (branched structure). The blocks of the vertebrae in the neck are seen to the left of the spin