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THE 7TH CAMBRIDGE NEUROSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM: ARTIFICIAL AND BIOLOGICAL COGNITION

#ABC2019 comprises seven sessions including 'Reinforcement Learning', 'Navigation', 'Robotics', 'Communication', 'Vision' 'Mental Health' and 'Neuroethics of AI'.
When Sep 12, 2019 09:00 AM to
Sep 13, 2019 05:00 AM
Where THE WEST ROAD CONCERT HALL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
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The programme features many distinguished national and international speakers. This is generally a very popular meeting, which attracts an international audience of up to 500 delegates.

The Alan Hodgkin and Andrew Huxley plenary lectures are a major feature within the programme. We are delighted to welcome DEMIS HASSABIS and CATHERINE DULAC to Cambridge.

In addition to all of the refreshment breaks there are additional fun opportunities to network at a drinks reception, followed by a Gala dinner, at Trinity College in the evening on September 12th 2019; and a drinks reception following the close of the symposium on September 13th.

#MARR2019 [3]: In addition, we are hosting a special satellite meeting to celebrate David Marr, one of the founding fathers of computational neuroscience, on the 50th anniversary of his thesis.

Come join us at St John's College on Wednesday 11th September 2019 for 'David Marr, 50 years on'. We will be raising a glass to David Marr on the stunning rooftop terrace of Newnham College following the meeting.

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