Tag Archives: theoretical neuroscience

Weblogs on circuit and cellular neuroscience

A couple of days ago, I discovered a list of neuroblog feeds managed by Neurocritic, covering almost 200 blogs in total. Out of those, I picked the blogs most relevant for circuit and cellular neuroscience. This excludes most blogs on cognitive neuroscience and … Continue reading

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Deep learning, part IV: Deep dreams of music, based on dilated causal convolutions

As many neuroscientists, I’m also interested in artificial neural networks and am curious about deep learning networks. I want to dedicate some blog posts to this topic, in order to 1) approach deep learning from the stupid neuroscientist’s perspective and 2) to get a feeling … Continue reading

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Neuroscience on Youtube

Recently, I’ve been to the Basel ICON conference, where the recent Nobel laureate Eric Betzig gave an impressive talk on microscopy techniques (including lattice light sheet, SIM and expansion microscopy). Some days ago, I found a similar talk by Eric … Continue reading

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A network of pointers

When thinking about the way we think, it certainly makes sense to begin with a point which is also used by our thoughts as a starting point, which is sensual experience. To give an example, it is easy to imagine how a … Continue reading

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