Motion-based prediction with neuromorphic hardware
First GDR BioComp workshop, Saint-Paul de Vence
- Laurent U. Perrinet. Motion-based prediction with neuromorphic hardware, URL . In First GDR BioComp workshop, Saint-Paul de Vence, October 7th, 2015, 2015 abstractWe stand at a point in history where our phones have become smart but lack a feature which prevails in most forms of living intelligence: vision. The ability to see is indeed an essential facet of intelligence which is developed in an autonomous manner even in young human infants. I will focus here on a particular problem: how do we estimate motion in a visual image? I will explain why for this problem, it is crucial to understand how the visual system might overcome temporal delays and will demonstrate at different levels of description ---from probabilistic models to neuromorphic hardware--- a surprising solution: The visual system models the world and uses the eye to probe this model.
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This work was supported by European Union project Number FP7-269921, "BrainScales".