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ECE DLS: Prof. Lee Miller "Harnessing signals within a low-D manifold in the million-dimensional brain to restore voluntary movement following spinal cord injury" - Shared screen with speaker view
Gianluca Villani
31:30
had a free afternoon
The Kite Research Institute
01:07:16
Please submit you questions for Prof. Miller.
Sara
01:09:23
Thank you for the great talk. My question is regarding the method to extract the latent variables (or modes) in the neural activity. How your method is different from LFADS that Pillow lab developed, or the sequential auto encoders that Pandarinath et al developed
AymanDorrah
01:09:33
Hi, Thank you for a very instructive seminar.My question is about the possibility of establishing electrical connections between the neurons and the touch sensors in the hand to enable the sense of touch.I imagine this can provide direct feedback, and the neurons can perhaps train themselves and adapt to the prosthetic.
FuTe Wong
01:14:43
I’m also wondering Yoshua Bengio’s comment on Ali’s work? If there’s time, could you talk a little about that?
AymanDorrah
01:15:39
Sorry I dont have a mic
Berj Bardakjian
01:17:17
Thanks a lot, awesome talk, I have to leave for another meeting.
AymanDorrah
01:18:08
Awesome, thank you very much
Lazar Jovanovic
01:21:10
Thank you for the presentation.