|Monday 23 October 2017|
|Events for day: Thursday 13 April 2017|
| 10:00 - 11:30 IPM-SBU Scientific Meetings, "Brain and Cognitive Sciences"|
"Spike-based computing and learning in brains, machines, and visual systems in particular"
Using simulations, we have first shown that, thanks to the physiological learning mechanism referred to as spike timing-dependent plasticity (STDP), neurons can detect and learn repeating spike patterns, in an unsupervised manner, even when those patterns are embedded in noise, and the detection can be optimal. Importantly, the spike patterns do not need to repeat exactly: it also works when only a firing probability pattern repeats, providing this profile has narrow (10-20ms) temporal peaks. Brain oscillations may help in getting the required temporal precision, in particular when dealing with slowly changing stimuli ...
11:00 - 12:00 Theory Weekly Seminar (TWS)
Quantum effects of the fields in Black Hole physics
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Larak Seminar Room