CSAIL Event Calendar
MIT Intelligence Initiative Seminar Series 2012/2013
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. The MIT Intelligence Initiative Seminar Series is to bring together students and faculty, from all schools of the Institute, whose work connects to the topic of intelligence – intelligence in humans or animals, in machines or molecules, in cultural or collective settings. the seminar will explore current research in intelligence and explore future possibilities of combining research in computer science and neuroscience.
Intelligence and Neurons: can we begin to build a bridge?
Date: Monday, August 20 2012
Time: 2:00PM to 5:00PM
Location: McGovern 5th Floor Reading Room, MIT 46-5165
Contact: Kathleen Sullivan, 617-253-0551, email@example.com
Paul Smolensky, Johns Hopkins University
Towards a theory of neural computation for computing symbolic functions
Date: Thursday, April 4 2013
Time: 6:00PM to 7:00PM
Location: McGovern Seminar Room, MIT 46-3189
Contact: Kathleen Sullivan, firstname.lastname@example.org