Category: publications

I am happy to announce that the SuperSpike paper and code are finally published. Here is an example of a network with one hidden layer which is learning to produce a Radcliffe Camera spike train from frozen Poisson input spike …

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We just put a conference paper version of “SuperSpike”, our work on supervised learning in multi-layer spiking neural networks to the arXiv https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.11146. As always I am keen to get your feedback.

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I am happy that our article on “The temporal paradox of Hebbian learning and homeostatic plasticity” was just published in Current Opinion in Neurobiology (full text). This article essentially concisely presents the main arguments for the existence of rapid compensatory …

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Excited that our preprint “Improved multitask learning through synaptic intelligence” just went life on the arXiv (https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.04200). This article, by Ben Poole, Surya and myself, illustrates the benefits of complex synaptic dynamics on continual learning in neural networks. Here a …

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I recommend taking a look at the special issue  on ‘Integrating Hebbian and Homeostatic plasticity’ which was just published in Phil Trans of the Royal Society B. You can find the table of contents at http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/372/1715. The issue is based …

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This concludes our Special Issue in Frontiers Computational Neuroscience Cristina, Matt and me are happy to successfully conclude the Frontiers Research Topic that we have organized over the past year. I would like to express my thanks to all the …

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