Together with Miller Lab at MIT and Gallistel Lab at Rutgers we organize a workshop of Information theoretic models in psychology and neuroscience. This is part of CNS*2020 .
Tuesday 21st July: 09:30 - 13:55 ET / 15:30 - 19:55 CET
Wednesday 22nd July: 09:00 - 13:55 ET / 15:00 - 19:55 CET
Whether thalamocortical interactions play a decisive role in conscious perception remains an open question. We presented rapid red/green color flickering s...
We have been awarded a grant to work for the UK- Canada Artificial Intelligence (AI) Initiative. This is a collaboration with colleagues from UCL, Kings, Toronto, Ottawa and McGill that will build computational psychiatry tools using state of the art machine learning algorithms.
Our goal is to come ...
Video of talk at the Computational Cognition Workshop, Osnabrueck, Germany, October 2019.