Brain computation and its application to artificial intelligence [JP]

Lecture Description

Artificial intelligence (AI) now achieves comparable performance with humans in "shogi" and
"go". Algorithms in some AIs are inspired by computations in our brain. In this lecture, I am
going to introduce the recent findings of how our brain computes.

NOTE:
- No subtitles. This lecture was conducted only in Japanese.

Date:
Sep 22, 2020
Target:
High-school students Visitors
Field:
Engineering / Architecture

Speaker

Akihiro Funamizu

Akihiro Funamizu

The University of Tokyo
Institute For Quantitative Biosciences, Laboratory of Neural Computation / Lecturer

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