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Nov 4, 2022
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CBMM Speaker(s):
James DiCarlo
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Nergis Mavalvala
Jim DiCarlo, MIT BCS, MIT Quest, MIT CBMM Nergis Mavalvala, Dean of MIT School of Science
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Nov 28, 2022
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Nov 21, 2022
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Sebastian Pineda, MIT
Tutorial on transcriptomic assays - TRAP and snRNA-seq sequencing with Sebastian Pineda High-throughput sequencing assays have become ubiquitous and indispensable tools in molecular neurobiology. They provide a means to investigate gene expression,...
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Nov 18, 2022
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Oct 25, 2022
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Heiko Schütt, NYU
Representational similarity analysis (RSA) is a popular method for comparing representations when a mapping between them is not available. One important comparison RSA is used for is between neuronal measurements and models of brain computation like...
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Oct 18, 2022
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George Konidaris, Brown University
Abstract: AI is, at once, an immensely successful field---generating remarkable  ongoing innovation that powers whole industries---and a complete failure. Despite more than 50 years of study, the field has never  settled on a widely accepted, or...
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Oct 11, 2022
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Brian Cheung
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Phillip Isola
Phillip Isola and Brian Cheung, MIT This is meant to be an informal discussion in which Phillip and Brian will give an overview of transformer networks and then we will open the floor for questions and discussion. It is likely that we will have...
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Oct 3, 2022
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Ashley Thomas
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Before babies learn to talk, it is almost impossible to know what they’re thinking. Ashley Thomas, a cognitive scientist at the McGovern Institute, has begun to unlock the mystery of babies’ brains...
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Aug 10, 2022
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Gabriel Kreiman
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Aug 10, 2022
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