thecaramelbandit t1_jdne670 wrote

They're not tied together.

Half of each retina goes to each side of the brain. So half your right eye goes to the right brain, other half goes to left. Same for your left eye.

The brain integrates the signal from both eyes to form a cohesive image. The neurons aren't directly tied to each other in any real way except being bundled together in the optic nerve and terminating in the same region of the brain.


thecaramelbandit t1_iz0kh27 wrote

>> semi-autonomous

No. I'm an anesthesiologist. I went to medical school. I spent months scrubbed into surgeries, often with robots. I've sat at the control stations. I literally spend all day in operating rooms.

They are not semi-autonomous. They are zero autonomous. You don't know what you're talking about, at all, and you need to stop defending your 100% uninformed statement.