“Artificial Intelligence in Neuroscience”
Hosted by the Saint Louis University Institute for Translational Neuroscience
Join us for a discussion on how Artificial Intelligence is re-shaping neuroscience research: how AI is helping us understanding the brain physiology and at the same time improving the diagnosis and management of neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders? How is the combined approach of AI and brain-computer interface improving rehabilitation medicine (e.g. brain-controlled wheelchairs, prosthetic limbs…)? What are the ethical issues of the enhancement of human mental and physical abilities? Does AI reflect the biases of their human creators?
The event is free and open to everyone. Please make sure to RSVP by April 16th.
- Yan Gai, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Saint Louis University
- Jason T. Eberl, Ph.D. Professor Saint Louis University
- ShiNung Ching, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Washington University in St Louis
- Ilya Monosov, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Washington University in St Louis
- Thomas Papouin, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Washington University in St Louis
For inquiries contact Silvia Squillace.