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Modular brains help organisms learn new skills without forgetting old skills

New research suggests that when brains are organized into modules they are better at learning new information without forgetting old knowledge. The findings not only shed light on the evolution of intelligence in natural animals, but will also accelerate attempts to create artificial intelligence.
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