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AVA David Marr Medal for Max Planck Researcher Manuel Spitschan
Applied Vision Association (AVA) honors his pioneering work in fields of human vision and non-visual physiology
ERC starting grant for Eric Schulz to investigate on self-learning AI systems
Max Planck Research Group Leader Eric Schulz at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics has in Tübingen won a 1.5 million euro grant from the European Research Council to investigate learning in large language models such as ChatGPT.
Max Planck Society awards Franziska Bröker with Otto Hahn Medal
On June 21, 2023, the medal has been presented during a formal ceremony at the annual meeting of the Max Planck Society in Göttingen, Germany
Centre for Bionic Intelligence Tübingen Stuttgart
Biointelligent Systems for Diagnosis and Therapy of neurological and psychiatric conditions
(Article in German)
Mapping the communications hub of the brain
New insights about the thalamus may improve understanding of brain disorders and intervention.
How the brain slows down when we focus our gaze
Changing between slow and fast integration of information, the brain can flexibly modulate the timescales on which it operates. This is the result of a new study by an international team of researchers, now published in the journal Nature Communications.
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