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> The Subtheory of Imagination Function of the Brain Center Zone
post Nov 17, 2017, 01:50 AM
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The data or data groups might guide our lives directly following a privacy protection for the usage of the primary data, but the theories which couldn't be used for setting data grouping rules might or will be still vital to the human lives in the future when people owing the advanced autointelligence applications being tested at the same time. Theories live when it's used effectly into practices and let people feel it's rationally natural in their uses.

Well, it's the theory for the ST (not social tracing) theories use in the fast-developing Advanced Autointelligence Society. The subtheory to be stated is the following:

The Subtheory of Imagination Function of the Brain Center Zone

Imagination might or is based on our past imaging information, which is actually different from the normal definition of memory, therefore it's related with the memory processing or actually the imaging information in the human brain. According to Ch Hao, while the comprasion is the core of human cognition, the imagination for implanting the plan is the core of the human intelligence and one important funcion of the human intelligence system.

As per Ch Hao's theories published as posters and emails earlier, the brain center zone is the brain center for dealing with information and memories, and also the center zone for the imagination functioning.

In addtion, the imagination process might contain the working of the neuro-signaling subsystem, and the imagination function might be caused by the third phrase of the structure formation of the human brain.
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