Dr Martin Haesemeyer | A Deep-learning Framework that Links Brain Activity with Behavior

May 22, 2024 | biology, engineering and tech

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Neuroscientists have been trying to uncover the relationships between brain activity and behavior for decades. Identifying these links could shed new light on the functions of different brain regions, while also highlighting possible therapeutic targets for psychological disorders. In recent years, researchers have gathered a vast amount of brain activity recordings alongside data describing the behavior of animals or humans while these recordings were collected. Recent advances in deep-learning algorithms have now opened new possibilities for analyzing this wide pool of data. Read More

Original article reference

Summary of the paper ‘Model discovery to link neural activity to behavioral tasks’, in eLife,  doi.org/10.7554/eLife.83289


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