Is There a Mathematical Model of the Mind? (Panel Discussion)

Is There a Mathematical Model of the Mind? (Panel Discussion)

Jun 11, 2021
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A Google TechTalk, presented by Bin Yu, Geoffrey Hinton, Jack Gallant, Lenore Blum, Percy Liang, Rina Panigrahy, 2021/05/17 ABSTRACT: Panel discussion on the fundamental question of “Is there a mathematical model of the Mind?” (from the workshop on "Conceptual Understanding of Deep Learning" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5DGBWjiULQ). We explore basic questions such as “Is there a provable algorithm that captures the essential capabilities of the mind?”, “How do we remember complex phenomena?”, “How is a knowledge graph created automatically?”, “How do we learn new concepts, function and action hierarchies over time?” and “Why do human decisions seem so interpretable?” (full list of questions at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tS-B2BTXixqucUPzLm5o6VnbvTY5EMbxzr_ox5RF3zQ) The panelists: Bin Yu - UC Berkeley Geoffrey Hinton - University of Toronto and Google Jack Gallant - UC Berkeley Lenore Blum - CMU/UC Berkeley Percy Liang - Stanford University Rina Panigrahy - Google (moderator)

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