Its a big day for regeneration, for non neural cognition and bioelectric mechanisms. The lowly flat worm has had its day. At NeurIPS 2018 up Montreal way.
Michael Levin from Tufts just blew the minds of the NeurIPS attendees with two-headed planaria and other amazing anatomical manipulations #NeurIPS https://t.co/l1IrZNkRC5— Thomas G. Dietterich (@tdietterich) December 4, 2018
Interested in how the primate visual system might use recurrence, or have a favorite hypothesis? Come to our poster on building deep ConvRNNs #NeurIPS2018 at 5 pm today, poster 20 with @aran_nayebi @qbilius @NeuroAILab @SussilloDavid @SuryaGanguli @dyamins https://t.co/eWSBTP9BxV— Daniel Bear (@recursus) December 4, 2018
Streamline the mixed precision user experience and enable researchers to leverage mixed precision training in their models more conveniently with NVIDIA Apex, a lightweight @PyTorch extension. #NeurIPS2018 https://t.co/h54Z2xFzl6 pic.twitter.com/3Awu8vhVma— NVIDIA AI Developer (@NVIDIAAIDev) December 4, 2018
#NeurIPS2018 Best Paper Awards 1): "Non-Delusional Q-Learning and Value- Iteration" by @CraigBoutilier, @tylerlu and Dale Schuurmans from @GoogleAI— Synced (@Synced_Global) December 4, 2018
Read the full paper at https://t.co/XutJidKNCt pic.twitter.com/vxcComdHLN