March 15, 2019
9:15 – 1:15 (Lunch will be provided)
The Mind Brain Behavior (MBB) Interfaculty Initiative invites you to attend the minisymposium, Do Neural Networks Teach Us Anything About Brains, and Vice Versa?
Chris Eliasmith (University of Waterloo)
- Concepts and Mental Representation: Are Neural Networks Enough?
Nikolaus Kriegeskorte (Columbia University)
- What Neural Networks Teach Us About Brains, and Vice Versa
Josh Tenenbaum (MIT)
- Neural Networks, Symbol Systems, and Probabilistic Programs: An Emerging Toolkit for Reverse-Engineering Intelligence in the Mind and Brain
Jonathan Zittrain (Harvard Law School)
- Machine Learning and the Accrual of Intellectual Debt
Commentary provided by Yann LeCun (Facebook AI Research & New York University)
The workshop will be held at the Harvard Law School in Wasserstein Hall 2036 Milstein East B (1585 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge). Lunch will be provided to registered attendees.
REGISTRATION. Attendance is free but registration is mandatory. RSVP Here by March 4th.