08:30-08:40 opening remarks

08:40-09:05 Brenden Lake (NYU): Cognitive AI

09:05-09:30 Angela Yu (UCSD): Computational modeling of human face processing

09:30-09:55 Robert Jacobs (U. Rochester): People infer object shape in a 3D, object-centered coordinate system

09:55-10:10 Sjoerd van Steenkiste (IDSIA): Relational neural expectation maximization [recipient of an Outstanding Paper Award]

10:10-10:30 poster spotlights (Ryali, Sridharan, Zhang, Tsividis)

10:30-11:00 coffee break + poster session

11:00-11:25 Alison Gopnik (Berkeley): Life history and learning: Extended human childhood as a way to resolve explore/exploit trade-offs and improve hypothesis search

11:25-11:50 Matt Botvinick (Deep Mind): Meta-reinforcement learning in brains and machines

11:50-12:15 Tom Griffiths (Berkeley): Revealing human inductive biases and metacognitive processes with rational models

12:15-12:30 Falk Leider (Berkeley): Learning to select computations [recipient of an Outstanding Paper Award]

12:30-14:00 lunch

14:00-14:25 Yoshua Bengio (U. Montreal): From deep learning of disentangled representations to higher-level cognition

14:25-14:50 Michael Mozer (U. Colorado Boulder): Access consciousness and the construction of actionable representations

14:50-15:05 Aida Nematzadeh (Berkeley): Evaluating the capacity to reason about beliefs

15:05-15:30 coffee break + poster session

15:30-15:55 Aude Oliva (MIT): Mapping the spatio-temporal dynamics of cognition in the human brain

15:55-16:20 Marc Howard (Boston University): Scale-invariant temporal memory in AI

16:20-16:35 Per Sederberg (U. Virginia): Scale-invariant temporal history (SITH): Optimal slicing of the past in an uncertain world

16:35-16:50 poster spotlights (Zaslavsky, Davis, Bourgin)

16:50-17:25 poster session (Aimone, Bablani, Bourgin, Davis, de Abril, Grant, Lee, Lindsey, Liu, Roth, Ryali, Spector, Sridharan, Thiele, Tiganj, Tsividis, Yang, Zaslavsky, Zhang)

17:25-17:50 Peter Battaglia (Deep Mind): Object-oriented intelligence

17:50-18:15 Gary Marcus (NYU): Representational primitives, in minds and machines

18:15-18:30 discussion