Predictive Processing

Yoav Ravid (+588)

(From Wikipedia) predictive processing is a theory of brain function in which the brain is constantly generating and updating a mental model of the environment. The model is used to generate predictions of sensory input that are compared to actual sensory input. This comparison results in prediction errors that are then used to update and revise the mental model.

External Links:
Book Review: Surfing Uncertainty - Introduction to predictive processing by Scott Alexander
Predictive Processing And Perceptual Control by Scott Alexander

Related Pages: Perceptual Control Theory, Neuroscience