Feb 11, 2023

Gabriel Kreiman — Computational Confessions of the Human Brain

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Gabriel Kreiman is a Professor at Harvard Medical School. He is on faculty at Children’s Hospital and the Center for Brain Science at Harvard University. He is Associate Director and Thrust Leader in the Harvard/MIT Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines. He received his MSc and PhD from the California Institute of Technology and pursued postdoctoral work with Professor Poggio at MIT.

The Kreiman laboratory combines behavioral metrics, neurophysiological recordings and computational models to understand cognitive function and to build biologically inspired Artificial Intelligence systems. Kreiman’s work has focused on two main themes: understanding the transformation of pixel-like inputs into rich and complex visual percepts; and elucidating the subjectively filters incoming inputs to create lasting narratives that constitute the fabric of our personal experiences and knowledge.

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