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This mathematical brain model may pave the way for more human-like AI

Last week, Google Research held an online workshop on the conceptual understanding of deep learning. The workshop, which featured presentations by award-winning computer scientists and neuroscientists, discussed how new findings in deep learning and neuroscience can help create better artificial intelligence systems. While all the presentations and discussions were worth watching (and I might revisit them again in the coming weeks), one, in particular, stood out for me: A talk on word representations in the brain by Christos Papadimitriou, professor of computer science at the University of Columbia. In his presentation, Papadimitriou, a recipient of the Gödel Prize and Knuth Prize, discussed…This story continues at The Next Web

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