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NeuroscienceAI inspires hypothesis that sleeping human brain might try to break its overfamiliarity with daily data
Fri 14 May 2021 18.18 BST
Its a common enough scenario: you walk into your local supermarket to buy some milk, but by the time you get to the till, the milk bottle has turned into a talking fish. Then you remember youve got your GCSE maths exam in the morning, but you havent attended a maths lesson for nearly three decades.
Dreams can be bafflingly bizarre, but according to a new…

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