The MIT Intelligence Initiative
The problem of intelligence - of the nature of it, of how the brain generates it and how it could be replicated in machines - is one of the greatest problems in science today, and arguably the most important one.
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Tomaso Poggio, Josh TenenbaumDean M. Kastner, Dean of School of Science
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Speakers: P. Sinha: Visual Object Discovery B. Freeman: Vision for Birds T. Adelson: Intelligent Photography E. Miller: Multiple category representations in the prefrontal cortex A. Oliva: Visual Scene Understanding
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Speakers: M. Wilson: Thinking from experience – mechanism and principles of sequential event memory N. Roy: Bridging the gap between robot and human intelligence L. Kaelbling: Household Intelligence
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Speakers: W. Richards: The fine structure of networks R. Saxe: Neural circuits and computations underlying distinctively human cognition T. Malone: Collective Intelligence S. Pentland: Honest Signals A. Lo: Neuroscience, Evolution, and F...