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︎  Time in Lisbon (WEST)



8:30

Registration




10:00

Opening




10:30 ︎︎︎ 13:00
Talk Session

Intelligent Behaviour I




10:30

Prosocial Machines: from Social to Prosocial Artificial Intelligence


Ana Paiva
INESC-ID and Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon



11:00

Structured representations in the hippocampal entorhinal circuit


Kim Stachenfeld
Deepmind



11:30

Break




12:00

Using temperature to analyse the neural basis of a latent temporal decision


Filipe Rodrigues
Champalimaud Research



12:15

Network mechanism supporting long-distance-dependencies


Alexis Dubreuil
French National Center for Scientific Research



12:30

Liking' as a first draft of the affective future


Peter Dayan
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, University of Tübingen



13:00

Lunch




14:30 ︎︎︎ 16:30
Talk Session

Computation through Dynamics



14:30

Multi-scale Predictive Representations & Human-like RL


Ida Momennejad
Microsoft Research NYC



15:00

Residual population dynamics as a window into neural computation


Valerio Mante
University of Zurich



15:30

Evolution of neural activity in circuits bridging sensory and abstract knowledge


Francesca Mastrogiuseppe
Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, UCL



16:00

Neural population dynamics shape modular organization in multitask networks


David Sussillo
Stanford University



16:30

Break




17:00
Keynote Lecture

Towards an Effective Human-AI Interaction


Manuela Veloso
Carnegie Mellon University



18:00 ︎︎︎ 19:00
Talk Session

Intelligent Behaviour II



18:00

How humans and machines learn to learn


Jane Wang
Deepmind



18:30

Using predictive representations for error propagation lead to rapid reinforcement learning in novel environments


Anthony Chen
McGill University



18:45

A basis set of decision strategies in the mouse brain


Fanny Cazettes
Champalimaud Research