Artificial intelligence seems to have gotten a lot smarter recently. But with the debut of powerful new chatbots like ChatGPT, millions of people have begun interacting with AI tools that seem convincingly human-like.
The second major Sprouting event sponsored by the National Science Foundation, and the MIT Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines. This Hackathon will be a program given to spark interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in Puerto Rico.
An intensive three-week course will give advanced students a “deep end” introduction to the problem of intelligence – how the brain produces intelligent behavior and how we may be able to replicate intelligence in machines.
“The project is showing that you can actually study this stuff in the wild. The conditions here were as realistic as you can get considering these were people that were just living their lives,” study co-author Josh McDermott, tells PopSci.
Faces are an important and unique class of visual stimuli, and have been of interest to neuroscientists for many years. Faces are known to elicit certain characteristic behavioral markers, collectively labeled “holistic processing”, while non-face obj...
SfN has awarded the Swartz Prize for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience to Prof. Ila Fiete. Fiete received the prize for her breakthrough research modeling hippocampal grid cells, a component of the navigational system of the mammalian brain.
The 4th Workshop on Shared Visual Representations in Human and Machine Intelligence at NeurIPS 2022 will discuss and share relevant findings and parallels between the comp. neuro/cognitive science and machine learning/artificial intelligence communities.
"According to Dr. Rebecca Saxe, hate shares characteristics with other negative emotions, such as anger, contempt, and disgust. It differs from them in that it focuses on the innate nature, motives, and characteristics of the target."
Tomaso Poggio and team awarded the 2021 Helmholtz Prize for their paper HMDB: A large video database for human motion recognition (H. Kuehne; H. Jhuang; E. Garrote; T. Poggio; T. Serre). The paper has been cited over 1400 times with 6 patent citations.