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26th Annual Lecture

Aude Oliva - MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab

 

 

Aude Oliva

Cognitive Scientist and Computer Scientist, MIT

 

Friday, March 15, 2024
2:00pm EDT

 

Spatio-temporal maps of the human brain

 

Any cognitive function is mediated by a network of many cortical sites whose activity is orchestrated through complex temporal dynamics. To understand cognition, we need to identify brain responses in space and time. In this talk, I will present a series of cognitive neuroscience results based on multivariate response patterns of the human brain recorded with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and with magneto-encephalography (MEG), for visual, auditory and memory tasks, as well as describe how a generative visual model can translate human brain signals into meaningful visualization.

 

A reception will follow the lecture.

 

For the lecture video, please email: pennmindcore@sas.upenn.edu

 

 

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