Dr Tim Meese clarifies: ‘When we open up our eye, we see, without work. Our visual experience starts with the mechanics of focussing the picture on the relative back again of the eye; but to create sense of the picture – to perceive – our brains must identify the many parts of the picture, and understand their relations. As being a silicon-based computer, the brain performs an incredible number of computations quickly and efficiently, more than we are able to ever sense efficiently. But what exactly are the computations which are needed to recognise, state, your mom; to segment an object from its history; or even appreciate that certain part of a graphic belongs with another? The starting place for this analysis may be the distribution of light amounts across the retinal picture, which we can believe of as a couple of pixels.You can view the complete Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report, search the archives, or join email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, discussions and debates. The Kaiser Daily Wellness Policy Report is released for Kaisernetwork.org, a free program of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2007 Advisory Board Business and Kaiser Family Basis. All rights reserved.. Cancer Is Not The Death Sentence It all Once Was Always Probably one of the most unusual roles for Sean Connery was his portrayal of a scientist looking at a method to eradicate cancer; whilst it continues to eliminate people still, it isn’t the loss of life sentence it once was always.