Overview

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Recent years have witnessed an upsurge in research that uses artificial intelligence tools to address a wide range of important questions in neuroscience. In particular, supervised and non-supervised machine learning techniques are increasingly employed in all areas of neuroscience including systems, computational, cognitive and clinical neuroscience research. Nevertheless, the future impact and pace of this exciting research trend will critically depend on improving the synergy between the Neuroscience and AI research communities. This is precisely the goal of this international workshop, which is aimed on one side toward neuroscientists with a keen interest in machine learning and, on the other side, experts in data science with a keen interest in neuroscience. The four-day meeting will be a unique opportunity to attend introductory tutorial and training sessions for participants new to this inter-disciplinary field, and to hear about cutting-edge research from world-leading scientists in data and brain sciences.

You will find more information about the invited speakers, the full program, registration and practical details via the sections at the top of this page. And make sure you check out the call for posters via the link on the right side of this page!

We look forward to welcoming you to the first Montreal Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience (MAIN 2017) conference!

The members of the organizing committee and the CRM staff would like to thank our external sponsors for their generous support.