Corpus ID: 208202099

Deep neuroethology of a virtual rodent

  title={Deep neuroethology of a virtual rodent},
  author={J. Merel and Diego E. Aldarondo and J. Marshall and Y. Tassa and Greg Wayne and Bence Olveczky},
  journal={arXiv: Neurons and Cognition},
  • J. Merel, Diego E. Aldarondo, +3 authors Bence Olveczky
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Biology, Mathematics
  • arXiv: Neurons and Cognition
  • Parallel developments in neuroscience and deep learning have led to mutually productive exchanges, pushing our understanding of real and artificial neural networks in sensory and cognitive systems. However, this interaction between fields is less developed in the study of motor control. In this work, we develop a virtual rodent as a platform for the grounded study of motor activity in artificial models of embodied control. We then use this platform to study motor activity across contexts by… CONTINUE READING
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