4th mini-symposium on Computations, Brains and Machines

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Date: 2016/07/11(Mon) 13:30 -17:00
Venue: 1F Seminar Room, BSI Central Building

Brain does amazingly efficient computation over big and complex information, while modern neuroscience itself often requires such computations for analyzing the data, to address mysteries of brain. To gain the insights for uncovering the superb neuro-computational principles and intelligence, the series of this mini-symposium is intended to discuss better computations and greater mathematical principles in a wider perspective, not only in theoretical neuroscience but also in machine learning and statistical-information sciences. This time, four eminent speakers will introduce us to their cutting-edge works in their disciplines, facing such challenges. Who knows that these perspectives might be integral for future neuroscience?

Dr. Tatsuya Harada (The University of Tokyo)
Dr. Takayuki Nagai (The University of Electro-Communications)
Dr. Hisashi Kashima (Kyoto University)
Dr. Yusuke Miyao (National Institute of Informatics/ The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)

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