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How does the Mind store Information?

by   Rina Panigrahy, et al.

How we store information in our mind has been a major intriguing open question. We approach this question not from a physiological standpoint as to how information is physically stored in the brain, but from a conceptual and algorithm standpoint as to the right data structures to be used to organize and index information. Here we propose a memory architecture directly based on the recursive sketching ideas from the paper "Recursive Sketches for Modular Deep Networks", ICML 2019 (arXiv:1905.12730), to store information in memory as concise sketches. We also give a high level, informal exposition of the recursive sketching idea from the paper that makes use of subspace embeddings to capture deep network computations into a concise sketch. These sketches form an implicit knowledge graph that can be used to find related information via sketches from the past while processing an event.


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