CNI seminar: Richard Lange

October 10, 2019
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Richard Lange Department of Brain and Cognitive Science Department of Computer Science University of Rochester   Signatures of Approximate Bayesian Inference in Early Visual Processing   Perception is often cast as an inference process in which the objects, relations, and events we perceive are latent variables whose values must be inferred from their effects on […]

What can we learn from experiencing, reflecting on, and discussing virtual reality? What are the useful applications of, or risks of VR? Why does it “work?” What are the differences between experiencing virtual reality and experiencing reality? Is there anything special about actions or social interactions mediated by VR? Come play with a VR system […]

SBSI seminar: Tim Mullett

October 16, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Tim Mullett Assistant Professor, Behavioural Science University of Warwick   Using health and policing data to predict impulsive and harmful behaviours   The advent of digital databases and the ever growing accessibility of big data means that it is increasingly possible to take behavioural science out of the laboratory and examine effects in the real […]