CRS21 will focus on the interface of neuroscience, artificial intelligence and machine learning with the main goal of starting an interdisciplinary conversation about the deep conceptual problems that emerge when trying to understand how intelligent behaviour is generated in animals and machines.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Manuela Veloso, Professor Jim DiCarlo and Professor Anthony Zador have kindly accepted the invitation to be our keynote lecturers, heading a diverse list of 22 speakers. The Symposium will be structured as a single-track programme in which talks by a distinguished line-up of invited speakers, as well as speakers selected from submitted abstracts, are intertwined with poster sessions, where participants will be able to discuss and learn more about all the selected projects’ abstracts.
The event is being organised at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, in a stunning setting on the waterfront in Lisbon, featuring a social programme which will give participants the chance to explore this beautiful and historic city. However, depending on the evolution of the pandemic, the organisation is also ready to implement a contingency plan in which the symposium will take place virtually or in a hybrid setting, promoting healthy behaviours that help to reduce spread.
If you are thinking about joining us, and in order to keep receiving news and updates about this unique event, we would like to invite you to visit our website and pre-register for the 2021 Champalimaud Research Symposium - Dialogues on Neural and Machine Intelligence.
We hope to see you in October. Pre-register now.