International Satellite Workshop "Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence"
Learning and memory in biological brains are the result of plasticity and adaptivity at the level of cells and synapses. Although it is largely unknown how the underlying processes are coordinated and controlled at the level of brain networks, the fascinating efficiency of biological brains has long inspired research in artificial intelligence. New engineering applications of bio-inspired strategies and sophisticated algorithms combined with massive computational resources have produced learning machines with unprecedented performance. Can engineers learn from biology how to make these algorithms more resource-efficient and robust? What can biological research learn from the impressive advances in Big Data technology? Can novel applications of these algorithms advance research in neuroscience?
09:00 Xiao-Jing Wang, Center for Neural Science, NYU, USA | Artificial intelligence needs the prefrontal cortex
09:45 Klaus-Robert Müller, Machine Learning Group, TU Berlin, Germany | Decoding and analysing brain data using machine learning
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Viktor Jirsa, Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes, Aix-Marseille Université, France | Virtual Brain modeling in clinical applications for personalised medicine
11:30 Srdjan Ostojic, Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives & Computationelles, ENS, Paris, France | Using Recurrent Neural Networks to understand mechanisms of neural computations
12:15 Lunch break
13:30 Julian Göltz, Walter Senn, Petrovici Lab, Physics, U Heidelberg, Germany / Senn Lab, Physiology, U Bern, Switzerland | Fast and deep: energy-efficient neuromorphic learning with first-spike times
14:15 Claudia Clopath, Imperial College London, UK | Neural manifold under plasticity in a goal driven learning behaviour
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 Joschka Bödecker, Neurorobotics, U Freiburg, Germany | Reinforcement learning for optimizing and understanding neuronal systems
16:00 Matthias Bethge, Computational Neuroscience & Machine Learning, U Tübingen, Germany | Learning to see like humans
16:45 End of workshop
Program & Abstracts: pdf
Stefan Rotter & Ulrich Egert| Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg, Germany
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DATES AND VENUE
May 18, 2021
from 08:55 AM to 04:45 PM
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Workshop "Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence"
> Time: May 18, 2021 08:30 (Central European Summer Time) Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna.
Meeting ID: 653 1977 9098