|Date and Time||Aug. 20, 2012, 2 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.|
|Location||McGovern 5th Floor Reading Room, MIT 46-5165 Alternate location 46-3189 (in case of overwhelming attendance)|
MIT I2 presents a mini-workshop "Intelligence and Neurons: can we begin to build a bridge?"
We plan to discuss whether it is feasible and useful to work on (low-level) neural correlates of high-level intelligent abilities, such as social intelligence, language, theory of mind. A panel with optimistic and pessimistic views will argue about what can be achieved in the next 5-10 years and *how*.
We hope to get interesting ideas and perspective from the audience.
Matthew Wilson, BCS Dept., MIT
Gabriel Kreiman, Harvard U., Children's Medical Boston
Nancy Kanwisher, BCS Dept., MIT
Joshua Tenenbaum, BCS Dept., CSAIL, MIT
Moderator: Tomaso Poggio, BCS Dept., MIBR, CSAIL, MIT
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