59.4 F
Los Angeles
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Home Tags Artificial Neural Network

Tag: Artificial Neural Network

Hagelin, Penrose & Hameroff on Quantum Consciousness

Consciousness, a Quantum Physics Perspective - John Hagelin Renowned quantum physicist, John Hagelin (PhD, Harvard), presents the thesis that consciousness is a unified field that contains...

Surya Ganguli – A Theory of Multineuronal Dimensionality, Dynamics and Measurement

While technological revolutions in neuroscience now enable us to record from ever increasing numbers of neurons, the number we will be able to record...

Can an Artificial Intelligence Create Art?

From drawing machines to early digital art and now AI, we’ve wondered whether the fundamentally human seeming endeavor of ART MAKING can be done...

Principles of Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM): Foundations of Machine Intelligence

"Principles of Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM): Foundations of Machine Intelligence"Jeff Hawkins, Co-Founder, Numenta Numenta Workshop Oct 2014 Redwood City CAQ&A:https://youtu.be/EU2Vm-VlfEk

Consciousness: How The Brain Creates The Mind

Consciousness is one the most mysterious phenomenon in nature. After a long period of denial, scientists are now actively trying to understand how the...

Seth Lloyd: Universal Deep Quantum Learning

Quantum systems can generate non-classical correlations that can't be generated by classical systems. This talk investigates whether quantum devices can recognize patterns that can't...

Microsoft’s "Xiaoice" (小冰) – China’s Weather Robot

China unveils its first ROBOT weather presenter: Microsoft's Xiaoice has become an instant TV personality. Translation By Google & JRY "I am glad that I can...

Quantum Physicist John Hagelin: Consciousness Is The Unified Field

Progress in theoretical physics during the past decade has led to a progressively more unified understanding of the laws of nature, culminating in the...

Grady Booch on Computing: The Human Experience – "I Think, Therefore...

"Computational intelligence is the manifest destiny of computer science." — Ed FeigenbaumIs the mind computable? Can we build sentient machines? What are the implications for...

Michael Tarr : I Would Kill For A Pigeon

Abstract The study of biological intelligence can be summed up by this quip from Terry Pratchett: "Real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time.” Put a...

How Humans And Machines Integrate Language & Vision – Prof. Frank...

Professor Frank Keller, Professor of Computational Cognitive Science in the School of Informatics, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "How Humans (and Machines) Integrate Language...

Thinking Twice About Near-Death Experience – Debate

If consciousness is just the workings of neurons and synapses, how do we explain the phenomenon of near-death experience? By some accounts, about 3%...

Brains, Sex, and Machine Learning with Geoffrey Hinton

Abstract Recent advances in machine learning cast new light on two puzzling biological phenomena. Neurons can use the precise time of a spike to communicate...

Andrew Ng: Deep Learning, Self-Taught Learning and Unsupervised Feature Learning

Title: Deep Learning, Self-Taught Learning and Unsupervised Feature Learning Speaker: Andrew Ng (吳恩達) Venue: UCLA | Graduate Summer SchoolSlides: Part 1 Slides1-68; Part 2 Slides 69-109 SLIDES (PDF) (Source: YouTube | 黄鑫)

What Can Mathematics Teach Us About Mind/Brain?

Philosophy meets mathematics meets neuroscience in this roundtable investigating how cutting-edge mathematical models are elucidating the computational rules encoding brain functions and the implications...
- Advertisement -

MOST POPULAR