Our research achievements are exhibited at Miraikan

Visionaries Lab “Advancing Neuroscience: Brain Observers and Creators”, which exhibits research achievements at IRCN, opens in Miraikan on March 25, 2021. Our lab exhibits two experience-based systems: musical creativity and iCub drawing. Please try them and test human and artificial intelligence. Miraikan Visionaries Lab 日本科学未来館に、脳とAIをテーマにした新常設展示 日本科学未来館の新展示「知能を〇〇する-脳をみて、脳をつくる研究者たち」 脳とAIについての最先端研究を楽しく体験しよう

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Paper written by Dr. Tatsuya Daikoku has been accepted in Frontiers in Neuroscience

A paper written by Dr. Tatsuya Daikoku has been accepted in Frontiers in Neuroscience. It discusses how musical creativity emerges based on statistical learning in the brain from viewpoints of neuroscience and computational science. Tatsuya Daikoku, Geraint A. Wiggins, and Yukie Nagai, “Statistical Property of Musical Creativity: Roles of Hierarchy and Uncertainty of Statistical Learning,” Frontiers in Neuroscience, accepted. [HP]

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Project Prof. Yukie Nagai is going to give an Invited Talk at IJCAI

Project Prof. Yukie Nagai is going to give an Invited Talk at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence – Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-PRICAI), which is one of the world’s largest AI conferences. Her talk title will be “Does Predictive Coding Provide a Unified Theory of Artificial Intelligence?” This year’s conference will be held online. Please […]

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Paper written by Dr. Anja Philippsen has been accepted in Frontiers in Psychiatry

A paper written by Dr. Anja Philippsen has been accepted in Frontiers in Psychiatry. It computationally investigates how atypical predictive processing produces diverse characteristics in autism spectrum disorder. Anja Philippsen and Yukie Nagai, “Deficits in prediction ability trigger asymmetries in behavior and internal representation,” Frontiers in Psychiatry, accepted. [HP]

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Project Prof. Yukie Nagai is going to give a Plenary Talk at a world largest robotics conference called IROS

Project Prof. Yukie Nagai is going to give a Plenary Talk at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), which is one of the world’s largest robotics conferences. Her talk title will be “Cognitive Development in Humans and Robots: New Insights into Intelligence.” This year’s conference will be held on demand, and its registration is free. Please […]

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