NIPS 2016 Workshop on Representation Learning in Artificial and Biological Neural Networks (MLINI 2016)

6 Jan 2017Leila WehbeAnwar Nunez-ElizaldeMarcel van GervenIrina RishBrian MurphyMoritz Grosse-WentrupGeorg LangsGuillermo Cecchi

This workshop explores the interface between cognitive neuroscience and recent advances in AI fields that aim to reproduce human performance such as natural language processing and computer vision, and specifically deep learning approaches to such problems. When studying the cognitive capabilities of the brain, scientists follow a system identification approach in which they present different stimuli to the subjects and try to model the response that different brain areas have of that stimulus... (read more)

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