Tag Archives: Neuroscience

A biologically-inspired vision system

Researchers at the Rowland Institute, Harvard, and McGovern Institute for Brain Sciences, MIT, are developing new, biologically-inspired vision systems taking advantage of faster computers. Their goal is to create vision systems for image understanding that can be as accurate as biological systems and more specifically the human visual system. The researchers have developed a new… Read More »

Solving the localization problem by studying the rat’s hippocampus

Neuroscientists at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Robert F. Furchgott Center for Neural and Behavioral Science, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, New York, U.S., are studying how rats interpret spatial information by analyzing the activity in the hippocampus. Specifically, Dr. Andre F. Fenton has published a recent article in the latest… Read More »