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  • A l’heure où Grenoble se positionne sur un futur Institut IA, la question des liens entre Intelligence Artificielle (algorithmes et systèmes) et Intelligence Naturelle (cerveau et cognition) constitue un véritable socle permettant de doter ce projet ambitieux d’une valeur ajoutée très adaptée à ce site. Cette approche inclusive originale, largement développée à Grenoble, repose sur la capacité :(a)à mobiliser les connaissances sur le cerveau et la cognition – Intelligence Naturelle – pour éclairer, modifier, stimuler et amplifier les développements en Intelligence Artificielle ; (b)à exploiter les capacités des algorithmes et des systèmes – Intelligence Artificielle – pour modifier, transformer, réparer et augmenter les capacités de fonctionnement de l’Intelligence Naturelle.
  • Les réunions 2018 du Club Conscience sur le thème "Les états de conscience"
  • Séminaire de Mohamed Chetouani (Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique / Professeur Sorbonne Université): "Capturing interpersonal interaction dynamics"
  • Seminar : Yushinori Sagisaka
    on the June 18, 2018
    Yushinori Sagisaka, Director of the Sagisaka Lab ("Laboratory of Language") will give a talk on “Communicative prosody generation and X-modal speech description based on sentiment information”. The event will take place on June 18th, at 14:00 pm at Amphi auditorium IMAG


From Neurons to Social Cognition in Grenoble

The NeuroCoG project aims to understand the biological, neurophysiological and functional bases of behavioral and cognitive processes in normal and pathological conditions, from cells to networks and from individual to social cognition. NeuroCoG is based on a wide-spectrum interdisciplinary approach (e.g. fundamental and cognitive neuroscience, chemistry, physics, cognitive and social psychology, education, language sciences, computer sciences, applied mathematics, and engineering; as well as clinical specialties such as neurology and psychiatry).

No decisive progress can be achieved in this area without an ambitious interdisciplinary approach. The interdisciplinary ambition of NeuroCoG is particularly strong, bringing together the best scientists, engineers and clinicians at the crossroads of experimental and life sciences, human and social sciences and information and communication sciences, to answer major questions on the functioning of brain and cognition.