Romy Lorenz

Cognitive Neuroscience – Neuroadaptive Technology – Art x Neuroscience

Imperial College news story about our TiCS paper

Feb
23

Our opinion paper published in Trends in Cognitive Science in February 2017 was featured in a news story by Imperial College with the title:

Artificial intelligence could increase speed and reliability of brain research

You can read the full article here.
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Neuroskeptic blogged about our work

Jan
29

Following our publication of the “Automatic Neuroscientist” in January 2016 our work was featured on Neuroskeptic’s blog. Neuroskeptic is a neuroscientist and pseudonymous neuroscience blogger. With over 80,000 followers on Twitter he became an important hub of science communication and scientific debate for the scientific community and beyond.

Neuroskeptic said:

We’ve learned this week that computers can play Go. But at least there’s one human activity they will never master: neuroscience. A computer will never be a neuroscientist. Except… hang on. A new paper just out in Neuroimage describes something called The Automatic Neuroscientist. Oh.

You can read the full blog post here.
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