SOTA News: Computational Neuroscience & Image Classification
StateOfTheArt AI’s latest newsletter on updates and features for our open source research platform and trending papers in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. SOTA 54.
This week in Stateoftheart AI (SOTA) news, we’re thinking about machine learning and neuroscience. Neuromatch Academy is an amazing online summer school in both computational neuroscience and deep learning. Although the sign-up period for the intensive, TA-lead coursework has passed, Neuromatch has just opened up its Observer Track and pre-course study materials, so anyone can follow along and get great education and community this summer. Stay tuned for more compneuro and DL ahead, and don’t miss our Evolution of Models view here in SOTA!
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Featured Paper + Citation Graph
Continuing with the theme of neuroscience, this week we feature Wolpert et al’s “Computational principles of movement neuroscience” (2000). Here is a direct link to SOTA’s details about the paper, and be sure to check out our citation graph to explore related papers and associated resources.
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-The Stateoftheart AI team