Artificial intelligence, Deep Learning, Memory in the Brain and Data Management: link roundup

This is a ~weekly Link Roundup of the most interesting content I found in the past week. News and Resources for Artificial Intelligence, and Neuroscience .  What are the open research areas in Deep Learning? – www.quora.com Big data and biomedical informatics: a challenging opportunity – www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov  Could a Neuroscientist Understand a Microprocessor? – journals.plos.org neuroscience is held more …

 

I was shot by my toddler

AKA How I managed to survive an armed toddler. I hide a gun in my house, it’s in a safe place. I have a gun (Smith & Wesson Shield) hidden in the top drawer of a chest of drawers by the main hallway. It’s conveniently located between the bedroom and the entrance door. It’s there for more …

 

Weekly link roundup for Artificial intelligence and Neuroscience: Week 18

This is a ~weekly Link Roundup of the most interesting content I found in the past week. News and Resources for Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience. Neural Episodic Control – arxiv.org Deep reinforcement learning methods attain super-human performance in a wide range of environments. Such methods are grossly inefficient, often taking orders of magnitudes more data than more …

 

Link Roundup for Brain, AI and Data Science

News and Resources for Artificial Intelligence, Neuroscience & Data Science. Abstracts – neuroinformatics2017.org Abstract submission is open for the Neuroinformatics conference. Workshops- COSYNE 2017 – www.cosyne.org The conference is long past, but the list of abstracts is the best way to catch up with what is (and will be) trending in neuroscience, and brain-based artificial intelligence. more …

 

AI and Brain Link Roundup – Week 16.5

This is a ~weekly Link Roundup of the most interesting content I found in the past week. News and Resources for Artificial Intelligence, Neuroscience. Towards deep learning with segregated dendrites – arxiv.org Deep learning has led to significant advances in artificial intelligence, in part, by adopting strategies motivated by neurophysiology. However, it is unclear whether more …

 

Week 16: Link Roundup

This is a ~weekly Link Roundup of the most interesting content I found in the past week. News and Resources for Artificial Intelligence, Data Visualization, and Neuroscience & Psychology. 10 things marketers need to know about AI | CIO – www.cio.com ai-enabled marketing isn’t just about cute chatbots. here’s what cmos, cios and others need more …

 

Biased Analysis in Behavior Research

The study of apparent behavior One of the most intriguing experiments in the history of psychology is the one performed by Heider and Simmel – Heider, F, & Simmel, M. (1944):  “An experimental study of apparent behavior“. American Journal of Psychology, 57, 243–259. In brief, the authors showed some geometric shapes moving around the screen more …

 

Running and Pain

After more than 16 years of inactivity I’ve finally decided to do something about my health! I’ve started running (or jogging – read more about the putative differences between running and jogging). I’m following a strict schedule with the intention to -eventually- train for triathlon :-O … you know what they say: Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss you’ll more …