Keynotes Announced for Intel HPC Developer Conference at SC16

The Intel HPC Developer Conference at SC16 has announced its keynote speakers. Jonathan Cohen and Kai Li from Princeton will present, Going Where Neuroscience and Computer Science Have Not Gone Before. Taking place Nov. 12-13 in Salt Lake City, the Intel HPC Developer Conference will bring together developers from around the world to discuss code modernization in high-performance computing. Abstract: “Neuroscience and computer science have benefited each other for decades. Important aspects of how the brain functions (e.g., learns to predict reward) have come from advances in computer science (e.g., reinforcement learning algorithms), and the recent advances in deep learning with back-propagation have their roots in discoveries made by cognitive neuroscientists several decades ago based on the development of artificial neural networks and their application to problems of learning and representation. Close interactions…

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