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Cluster computing and OpenMind tutorial from the tutorial series in computational topics for brain and cognitive sciences. Lecture slides, references, exercises, and sign-ups for future tutorials are posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/...
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Scientists have long wondered if the human brain contains neural mechanisms specific to music perception. Now, for the first time, MIT neuroscientists have identified a neural population in the human auditory cortex that responds selectively to...
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Neuroscience and the Quest for AI How systems neuroscience can help in the quest for Artificial General Intelligence
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Towards Glimpses of a New Science of Brains, Minds and Machines:
Weaving Together Physics, Computer Science, and Neurobiology Our neural circuits exploit the laws of physics to perform computations in ways that are fundamentally different from...
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Hallmarks of Deep Learning in the Brain Anatomically, the brain is deep. To understand the ramifications of depth on learning in the brain requires a clear theory of deep learning. I develop the theory of gradient descent learning in deep linear...
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The Roles of Recurrent and Feedback Computations in Cortex There are abundant recurrent connections throughout the brain, yet their functional roles remain poorly understood and these connections are notoriously absent in the successful body of work...
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The Neuroscience of Intelligence Yesterday’s scientific research, starting with Hubel and Wiesel’s Nobel-prize winning work on the circuitry underlying visual processing in cortex, gave rise to today’s deep machine learning networks. Likewise, today...
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Today’s Science, Tomorrow’s Engineering The mission of CBMM is to make progress on the greatest problem in science — human intelligence. A new field is emerging bringing together computer scientists, cognitive scientists and neuroscientists to work...

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