If you're referring to zero point energy, as in virtual particles, they only exist for infinitesimal amounts of time. I don't see how you could ever get a high enough density of them and get them to exist long enough to form any sort of network that could be considered a brain. I think a more likely scenario is that the universe itself is a brain, as a whole.
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