Second brain has a cognitive architecture

In cognitive modeling, researchers suggest cognitive architectures which formalize the connection between the function of cognition and the structure of the brain. High-level cognitive architectures (i.e. closer to ACT-R rather than Nengo), typically consist of modules associated with cognitive functions (e.g. declarative memory, vision) which are related to brain regions (e.g. PFC, visual cortex). However, the second brain configuration resembles a general cognitive architecture. It consists of various modules (e.g. long-term memory, working memory, and short-term memory). What’s more the second brain architecture closely resembles human cognitive architecture.