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How does our brain see Jesus face on a tortilla?

Whether its New Hampshires erstwhile granite Old Man of the Mountain, or a face on Mars, our brains are adept at locating images that look like faces. nonface Sinha and his students set out to investigate how that brain region decides what is and is not a face, particularly in cases where an object greatly resembles a face. To help them do that, the researchers created a continuum of images ranging from those that look nothing like faces to genuine faces. They found images that very closely resemble faces by examining photographs that machine vision systems had falsely tagged as faces.

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