Second brain architecture closely resembles human cognitive architecture

The second brain architecture closely resembles modern human cognitive architectures. For instance, fluid search output resembles working memory, non-linear contents resemble long-term memory, and a transient buffer resembles short-term memory. This high-fidelity alignment can enable a functional dialogue through guidelines for cognitive augmentation. What’s more, this close resemblence might have not been a mere coincidence, but the aggregate result of tweaking a note-taking setup in subtle intuitive ways to better fit human cognition. In light of this, the second brain architecture is a promising research platform for AGI.

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