Towards a Governance Framework for Brain Data
'Towards a Governance Framework for Brain Data' by Rafael Yuste posted in arXiv
Centro de Recerca Matemàtica where Klaus Wimmer works has received the accreditation as a Maria de Maeztu Unit of Excellence
The CRM is listed among the six Maria de Maeztu Excellence Units awarded in the resolution announced last Friday 16th by the The State Research Agency (AEI). This is the second time that the CRM receives this distinction, after the one obtained by the BGSMath in 2015.
New book “Data-Driven Computational Neuroscience” authored by Clisyne members Concha Bielza and Pedro Larrañaga
Published by Cambridge University Press, the book facilitates the transformation of data into insights into the structure and functions of the brain. In-depth and comprehensive treatment of statistical and machine learning methods for neuroscience. Methods...
Barcelona summer school for advanced modeling of behavior (BAMB)
Our goal is to teach advanced techniques in model-based analysis of behavior (humans and other species) to cognitive and computational neuroscientists at PhD and early career levels. This will be achieved through structured lectures, talks, hands-on tutorials and...
Neurorights initiative for ethical use of artificial intelligence and neurotechnology
In the wake of brain-computer interfaces that may decode (‘read’) thoughts and enhance brain function, Rafael Yuste, director of USA Brain, promotes ethical guidelines to protect novel human rights including the right to mental privacy and cognitive autonomy.
Spanish Advisory Council for Artificial Intelligence
The council is composed of Spanish experts in artificial intelligence, digital transformation, data science, computer science, robotics, sociology and neurotechnology. The council will provide independent advice and recommendations to the Spanish government to ensure...
The scientific genius of Caty Casas. In memoriam
The founding member of Clisyne, Caty Casas, a neurobiologist with an inordinate commitment to helping patients with difficult neurological ailments, passed away in June 2020, leaving extraordinary lessons of friendship, mentorship, and originality in scientific...