Flexibly chaining mental operations with spiking neurons

2nd International Workshop on Concepts in Action: Representation, Learning, and Application, 2020

Hugo Chateau-Laurent, Chris Eliasmith, Serge Thill

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The ability to flexibly route information between brain regions is crucial to perform new multi-step tasks. The mechanisms postulated by the global neuronal workspace theory of consciousness are thought to underlie this ability. We developed a spiking neural architecture based on the theory, which is able to route concepts in order to perform a cognitive task composed of chained operations.

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2nd International Workshop on Concepts in Action: Representation, Learning, and Application

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