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Hi firstname.lastname@example.org -
>Btw, isn't it true that when one part of the brain is damaged or
>unfunctional the functionality gets partly rebuilt in another part of
Yes, mostly. There are several functions which can be transferred,
although not as efficiently.
Speech, for instance, is not as fluent, although speech recognition and
understanding is just as adept.
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