Embedded thumbnail for MIT Intelligence Quest Launch: Thinking Big by Starting Small (10:07)
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Mar 1, 2018
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June 25, 2018
CBMM Speaker(s):
Laura Schulz
Early in the spring of 2018, MIT launched the MIT Intelligence Quest to advance the science and engineering of both human and machine intelligence. This Institute-wide initiative “seeks to discover the foundations of human intelligence and drive...
Embedded thumbnail for MIT Intelligence Quest Launch: The Science and Engineering of Intelligence (13:09)
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Mar 1, 2018
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June 25, 2018
CBMM Speaker(s):
Tomaso Poggio
Early in the spring of 2018, MIT launched the MIT Intelligence Quest to advance the science and engineering of both human and machine intelligence. This Institute-wide initiative “seeks to discover the foundations of human intelligence and drive...
Embedded thumbnail for MIT Intelligence Quest Launch: The Future of Intelligence Science (10:02)
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Mar 1, 2018
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June 25, 2018
CBMM Speaker(s):
James DiCarlo
Early in the spring of 2018, MIT launched the MIT Intelligence Quest to advance the science and engineering of both human and machine intelligence. This Institute-wide initiative “seeks to discover the foundations of human intelligence and drive the...
Embedded thumbnail for The Dynamics of the Unconscious Brain Under General Anesthesia (45:59)
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Jun 20, 2018
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June 20, 2018
Part of
CBMM Summer Lecture Series
CBMM Speaker(s):
Emery N. Brown
Emery Brown, Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT and Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard, describes how general anesthesia induced by drugs such as Propofol alters neural oscillations in the brain, as measured with EEG. He presents a...
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Apr 1, 2018
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June 18, 2018
CBMM Speaker(s):
Max Tegmark
Many artificial intelligence researchers expect AI to outsmart humans at all tasks and jobs within decades, enabling a future where we're restricted only by the laws of physics, not the limits of our intelligence. MIT physicist and AI researcher Max...
Embedded thumbnail for Intel and Mobileye take us on an autonomous lap of Jerusalem
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May 17, 2018
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June 12, 2018
An interesting video found on YouTube shows a demonstration of Intel Mobileye's self driving car. Mobileye is one of CBMM's Industrial Partner.
Video was published to Youtube on May 17, 2018 by Roadshow | CNET. Per Roadshow: "Testing a...
Embedded thumbnail for Explore MIT Today: Reverse Engineering the Mind: Brain and Cognitive Sciences
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Jun 8, 2018
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June 8, 2018
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CBMM Special Seminars
CBMM Speaker(s):
James DiCarlo, Josh McDermott, Joshua Tenenbaum
Speaker(s):
Leslie Kaelbling, Antonio Torralba
James DiCarlo, Head of the MIT Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department, leads a panel discussion and audience Q&A related to how the study of the mind and brain, merged with the creation of engineered systems, enables a deeper understanding of...
Embedded thumbnail for What are the differences between neural networks and the brain?
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May 25, 2018
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June 8, 2018
Part of
CBMM Special Seminars
CBMM Speaker(s):
Samuel Gershman, Kamila Jozwik, Joshua Tenenbaum, Nancy Kanwisher, James DiCarlo, Gabriel Kreiman, Matt Wilson, Tomaso Poggio
2018 CBMM Retreat Panel Debate Moderators: Sam Gershman and Kamila Jozwik
Panelists: Josh Tenenbaum, Nancy Kanwisher, Jim DiCarlo, Gabriel Kreiman, Matt Wilson (Tomaso Poggio)
Embedded thumbnail for The Neural Basis of Perceiving Human Visual Social Perception (49:49)
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Jun 6, 2018
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June 6, 2018
Part of
CBMM Summer Lecture Series
CBMM Speaker(s):
Leyla Isik
Leyla Isik, a post-doctoral researcher at MIT, studies how the human brain recognizes objects and social interactions, using MEG, fMRI, and computational modeling. Dr. Isik first describes her work on decoding the information in MEG signals measured...
Embedded thumbnail for What Happened? Reconstructing the Past Through Vision and Sound
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May 25, 2018
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June 6, 2018
Part of
CBMM Retreat Flash Talks
CBMM Speaker(s):
Tobias Gerstenberg
Tobias Gerstenberg, MIT

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