Leenoy Meshulam Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences MIT   Collective Behavior and Scaling in (very) Large Populations of Neurons   Recent technological progress has dramatically increased our access to the neural activity underlying memory-related tasks. These complex high-dimensional data call for theories that allow us to identify signatures of collective activity in the networks […]

Megan Peters Ph.D. Student in Philosophy Harvard University   Can Artificial Intelligence Be White-Minded?   The MIRA (Mind-like Intelligence, Research, and Analysis) Group at Penn is an innovative, interdisciplinary research and training group. Topics of interest range across issues in philosophy of mind and language, cognitive science, and epistemology. We also study epistemic and normative […]