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Center for Brains, Minds & Machines

 

The Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM) is a National Science Foundation funded Science and Technology Center on the interdisciplinary study of intelligence. This effort is a multi-institutional collaboration headquartered at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT, with Harvard University as a managing partner. Visit the CBMM website for more information.

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  • Liao, Qianli; Poggio, Tomaso (Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM), 2017-10-31)
    We investigate an unconventional direction of research that aims at converting neural networks, a class of distributed, connectionist, sub-symbolic models into a symbolic level with the ultimate goal of achieving AI ...
  • Liao, Qianli; Poggio, Tomaso (2017-09-28)
    We propose Human-like Learning, a new machine learning paradigm aiming at training generalist AI systems in a human-like manner with a focus on human-unique skills.
  • Subirana, Brian; Bagiati, Aikaterini; Sarma, Sanjay (Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM), 2017-06-20)
    How important are Undergraduate College Academics after graduation? How much do we actually remember after we leave the college classroom, and for how long? Taking a look at major University ranking methodologies one can ...
  • Volokitin, Anna; Roig, Gemma; Poggio, Tomaso (Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM), arXiv, 2017-06-26)
    Crowding is a visual effect suffered by humans, in which an object that can be recognized in isolation can no longer be recognized when other objects, called flankers, are placed close to it. In this work, we study the ...
  • Anselmi, Fabio; Evangelopoulos, Georgios; Rosasco, Lorenzo; Poggio, Tomaso (Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM), 2017-05-26)
    The properties of a representation, such as smoothness, adaptability, generality, equivari- ance/invariance, depend on restrictions imposed during learning. In this paper, we propose using data symmetries, in the sense of ...
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