However, he calculates that a Hopfield net about the size of the human brain with 10^11 neurons, can only store 37 bits of integrated information.
“This leaves us with an integration paradox: why does the information content of our conscious experience appear to be vastly larger than 37 bits?” asks Tegmark.
What if the answer to the puzzle, is that brain isn’t the only thing on a specific human that integrates information? What if we are missing it, just because of our perception that brain is the central point of a humans storage?
Dna is a storage as well of all kinds of data and a lot vaster storage than that of brain. ☺ Just saying