Remembering something sad

There’s plenty of things in life that can radically change our point of view on life. Many of these events can be categorised under the file “personal life experiences”. These are events we experience “on our skin”. Some of these events are pivotal in promoting deep psychological changes. However, sometimes it happens that events distant … Continue reading

 

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 … Continue reading

 

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 … Continue reading