Cognitive Neuroscience for AI Developers (CNAID) 2022 /CoursesID:3062
- Most recent entry on 2022-07-25
Keywords: neuroscience artificial intelligence cognition

Organisational Unit

Lehrstuhl für Informatik 5 (Mustererkennung)

Recording type

Vorlesungsreihe

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Language

Neuroscience has played a key role in the history of artificial intelligence (AI), and has been an inspiration for building human-like AI, i.e. to design AI systems that emulate human intelligence.
Neuroscience provides a vast number of methods to decipher the representational and computational principles of biological neural networks, which can in turn be used to understand artificial neural networks and help to solve the so called black box problem. This endeavour is called neuroscience 2.0 or machine behaviour. In addition, transferring design and processing principles from biology to computer science promises novel solutions for contemporary challenges in the field of machine learning. This research direction is called neuroscience-inspired artificial intelligence.
The course will cover the most important works which provide the cornerstone knowledge to understand the biological foundations of cognition and AI, and applications in the areas of AI-based modelling of brain function, neuroscience-inspired AI and reverse-engineering of artificial neural networks.

Associated Clips

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Week 01 - Introduction to Cognitive Science
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-04-29
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00:53:06
2
Week 02 - Introduction to Psychology
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-05-09
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00:46:29
3
Week 03 - Brain Structure and Function
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-05-09
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00:34:45
4
Week 04 - Neurons and Glia cells
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-05-30
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00:33:14
5
Week 05 - Learning and Development
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-05-30
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00:35:22
6
Week 06 - Electrophysiology, Optical approaches and Analytics
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-06-02
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01:27:13
7
Week 07 - Neuroimaging
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-06-06
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00:15:12
8
Week 08 1/2 - Methodsof CognitiveNeuroscience: Lesioning
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-06-20
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00:15:52
9
Week 08 2/2 - Lateralization of Brain Function
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-06-20
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00:14:48
10
Week 09 1/3 - Auditory System 1/2
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-06-20
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00:15:17
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Week 09 2/3 - Auditory System 2/2
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-06-20
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00:14:08
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Week 09 3/3 - Olfactory System
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-06-20
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00:16:31
13
Week 11 - Gustation, Somatosensation and Pain
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-07-04
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01:31:55
14
Week 12 - Vision
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-07-06
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01:30:15
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Week 13 - Vision and Motor control
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-07-13
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01:26:52
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Week 14 - Motor and language
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kist
2022-07-21
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01:30:44
17
Week 14 - Memory
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-07-25
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00:17:36
18
Week 14 - Free Will and Consciousness
Dr. rer. nat. Patrick Krauß
2022-07-25
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00:23:53

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