Bits from Brains for Biologically Inspired Computing

@article{Wibral2015BitsFB,
  title={Bits from Brains for Biologically Inspired Computing},
  author={Michael Wibral and Joseph T. Lizier and Viola Priesemann},
  journal={Front. Robotics and AI},
  year={2015},
  volume={2015}
}
Inspiration for artificial biologically-inspired computing is often drawn from neural systems. This article shows how to analyze neural systems using information theory with the aim of obtaining constraints that help to identify the algorithms run by neural systems and the information they represent. Algorithms and representations identified this way may then guide the design of biologically inspired computing systems. The material covered includes the necessary introduction to information… CONTINUE READING

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