Online Seminar - The role of brain recurrent processes in visual recognition

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Visual recognition is a fundamental function of the human brain, relying on a cascade of neural processes to transform low level inputs into semantic content. Despite significant advances in characterizing the locus and function of key perceptual cortical regions, integrating the temporal and spatial dynamics of this processing stream has been a challenge. In this talk, I will present a series of works which address this challenge by showing how the combination of MEG, functional MRI measurements, representational geometry and deep neural networks can give new insights into visual processes in the human brain.

This seminar will be given online via Zoom. Details in attached poster.

Contact Information

Contact: 
Department of Physiology
Email: 
chairasst.physiology [at] mcgill.ca
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