New Book! Biological and Computer Vision. Gabriel Kreiman. Cambridge University Press (2021)

Spring 2021 Class. Harvard Neuro 140/240. Biological and Artificial Intelligence

Congratulations to Jerry Wang on his succcessful thesis defense! Click here to read the thesis

Brains, Minds, and Machines Summer Course 2021 Hybrid Format

Fall 2021 Class. Harvard Neuro 130/230. Visual Object Recognition. Starting September 2, 2021

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Congratulations to Aurelie Cordier on her successful thesis defense! Click here to read the thesis

Incorporating intrinsic suppression in deep neural networks explains adaptation at the neural and perceptual levels. Vinken et al, Science Advances (2020)

The importance of top-down signals in visual recognition. Serre and Kreiman, This Year in Cognitive Science (2020)

Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Olson in his successful thesis defense! Click here to read his thesis

What do neurons really want? A method to discover neuronal tuning preferences in an efficient and unbiased manner. Ponce et al, Cell 2019

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Congratulations to Vincent Jacquot on his successful thesis defense! Click here to read the thesis

Finding any Waldo: zero-shot invariant and efficient visual search. Zhang et al, Nature Communications (2018)

Recurrent computations for pattern completion. Tang et al, PNAS (2018)

KLAB is going camping in Acadia July 20-22, 2018

Brains, Minds and Machines Summer Course now on MIT's Open Courseware

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