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MIT: Center for Biological and Computational Learning

MIT's Center for Biological and Computational Learning (CBCL) "was founded with the belief that learning is at the very core of the problem of intelligence, both biological and artificial, and is the gateway to understanding how the human brain works and to making intelligent machines." To this end, the research at CBCL takes a multidisciplinary approach by combining mathematics, artificial intelligence, computer science, engineering, and the neuroscience of learning. The website provides an overview of the center's research areas, including Theory of Learning, Object Detection and Recognition, Image-based Graphics, Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics, Information Extraction in Text and Multimedia, Neuroscience and Visual Perception, and Virtual Financial Markets. Publications are available online and indexed by date, author, publication type, or subject area.
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2004-07-01 13:55:47
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2004-07-13 15:40:00
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