Deep neuroethology of a virtual rodent

ICLR 2020 Josh MerelDiego AldarondoJesse MarshallYuval TassaGreg WayneBence Ölveczky

Parallel developments in neuroscience and deep learning have led to mutually productive exchanges, pushing our understanding of real and artificial neural networks in sensory and cognitive systems. However, this interaction between fields is less developed in the study of motor control... (read more)

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