Lecture “How does Human Intelligence arise?” (Oct 19, 6pm EDT, onsite in NYC and online)
The International Research Center for Neurointelligence (IRCN*) of the University of Tokyo, a WPI (World Premier International Research Center Program) center, will co-host a hybrid event in New York with the UTokyo NY Office. The theme of the event is "How does Human Intelligence arise?". IRCN will introduce to the audience findings from the fusion research that IRCN is currently undertaking using its unique approach of combining neuroscience and AI.
-Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 6pm – 8pm (EDT) [Thursday, October 20, 2022, 7 am – 9 am (JST)]
-Onsite (Cornell Tech in NYC) and Online (Webinar)
-Registration required (see the event page for registration details)
IRCN Director and Harvard Medical School Professor Takao Hensch and IRCN principal investigators will deliver lectures and panel discussions and share their findings from their cutting-edge research. For those who participate onsite, there will be additional opportunities to learn more about intelligence and IRCN. To what extent do we understand human intelligence? Join us as we explore the mysteries surrounding our intelligence.
*What is IRCN?
IRCN was established in 2017 as a prestigious government-funded World Premier International (WPI) center. IRCN has a 10-year mission: to understand the principles of the developing brain with the ultimate goals of solving mental illness and brain disorders, and developing next-generation artificial intelligence (A.I.) by combining life sciences and information sciences.
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