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Canonical Computation in Brains and Machines 2018 Symposium

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The fields of neuroscience and AI have undergone significant transformation over the last ten years, thanks in large part to a rapid expansion in technological capacities that are permitting ever more complex experiments and computations to be carried out. Brain-like computing is becoming common in artificial intelligence and machine learning. But can brains and machines think alike?

How will neuroscience and artificial intelligence shape each other’s futures?

This is a crucial question as our understanding of the brain increases, and the AI in our machines increasingly permeates society, business and the economy. To map the road ahead, this symposium will gather global leaders in neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Speakers will not only describe their work but also share their thoughts on the best path going forward.

For details, see http://ccbm2018.org.

Registration has now closed – the meeting has reached capacity. Please register to add yourself to the waiting list.

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Matteo Carandini, University College London

Anne Churchland, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

David Heeger, New York University

Tony Movshon, New York University

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