Matt Hall Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders Temple University Language Access, Language Proficiency, and Cognitive Development in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children The vast majority of deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) children have limited access to linguistic input during infancy and toddlerhood. In addition, they typically experience delayed or incomplete mastery of […]
Timothy Lillicrap Google DeepMind Reward functions and the nature of explanation for intelligent neural systems The field of reinforcement learning has made astonishing progress by incorporating deep function approximators and adapting existing algorithms to work with them. Human-level performance has been obtained in a wide range of domains such as Atari, Go, Chess, […]
Neel Dhruv Senior Editor Nature Neuroscience Publishing at Nature Neuroscience Publishing in peer-reviewed journals is an important component of disseminating research findings. However, many researchers have questions about the mechanisms of the process. These should be transparent so that researchers can make the most well-informed decisions about how and where to publish their […]
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Yphtach Lelkes Annenberg School for Communication University of Pennsylvania A structure and (an) origin of political beliefs The right-left dimension is ubiquitous in politics, but prior perspectives provide conflicting accounts of whether cultural and economic attitudes are typically aligned on this dimension within mass publics around the world. Using survey data from ninety-nine […]