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How form shapes function; from sensory neurones to the organisation of the primate cortex

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I will explain how photoreceptor adaptation, emerging from the simple rules of stochasticity and numbers, lead to invariant representation of naturalistic contrasts. I will also present exciting data from China, which shows how the primate cortex encodes colour information.

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