Workshop NeuroCoG

on the June 4, 2019

From Brain and Cognition to Artificial Intelligence - 8.30am-6pm
Within the Global Challenges Science Week, the Brain and Cognition community organized around NeuroCoG, an interdisciplinary program will present a workshop : From Brain and Cognition to Artificial Intelligence

From Brain and Cognition to Artificial Intelligence

4 June - 8.30am to 6pm at WTC Grenoble Convention Center

 





Plenary Lectures:

8h30 – 9h15 : Finding repeating patterns: A key to intelligence in man and machine?, Simon Thorpe, Director of the Toulouse Mind & Brain Institute and Brain & Cognition Research Center (CerCo)
8h30 – 9h15 : Heritage sciences between nature and culture, Etienne Anheim, Director of studies, Centre de Recherches Historiques, École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
 

Download the programme of the NeuroCoG workshop on the 4th of June

Session « Bio-inspired information processing »

10h30.  Introduction
Martial Mermillod, Professor - LPNC, Université Grenoble Alpes

10h45.  Is the study of machine learning distracting for neurosciences

Michel Dojat, Research Director - Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences

11h20.  Is the study of human intelligence "distracting" for artificial intelligence

Martial Mermillod, Professor - LPNC, Université Grenoble Alpes

11h55.  Embedded Hardware Architectures for AI 

Lorena Anghel, Professor, Techniques of Informatics and Microelectronics for integrated   systems Architecture (TIMA) - Université Grenoble Alpes

12h30.   Break

 

Session « Neurocognitive architectures for perception and action »

14h00.  Introduction

Sophie Achard, Research Director - Gipsa-Lab, Université Grenoble Alpes

14h15.  The hippocampo-cortical loop: implication in spatial processing and social   interaction

Philippe Gaussier, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and robotics - ETIS, Cergy-Pontoise   University

14h50.  Bayes from cell to chip 

Pierre Bessière, Research Director - Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics, ISIR, Paris

15h25.  Graph Signal Processing: an interpretable framework to link   neurocognitive architectures with brain activity

Nicolas Farrugia, Associate Professor - IMT Atlantique

16h00.    Break

 

Session  «Neurocognitive processing of speech and language»

16h30.   Introduction

Jean-Luc Schwartz, Responsable of the Pôle Grenoble Cognition and Principal Investigator of   the ERC project Speech Unit(e)s - Université Grenoble Alpes

16h45.  Speech processing with and without neural oscillations 

Anne-Lise Giraud, Professor - Biotech Campus, Geneve University
17h20.  Bayesian Algorithmic Modeling of speech perception and production: the   COSMO model

Julien Diard, Permanent CNRS Researcher - LPNC, Université Grenoble Alpes 

18h00.   Conclusions




 

More information on the Global Challenges Science Week website






Published on May 21, 2019

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