HAI's April 1, 2020 conference on Triangulating Intelligence: Melding Neuroscience, Psychology, and AI at Stanford University zeroes in on the latest, best research on cognitive science, neuroscience, vision, language, and thought, informing the pursuit of artificial intelligence.
Questions to be addressed include:
-How can we hope to build an artificial intelligence when we still understand so little about human intelligence?
-How can we build a synergistic partnership between cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and artificial intelligence?
Keynote speakers include:
Yejin Choi, Associate Professor, University of Washington; Senior Research Manager, Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Chelsea Finn, Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Aude Oliva, Executive Director, MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab; Executive Director, MIT Quest for Intelligence
Joshua Tenenbaum, Professor of Computational Cognitive Science, MIT
Daniel Yamins, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Computer Science, Stanford University; Faculty Scholar, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
Media inquiries: SHAI-Press@stanford.edu
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