Joint workshop of UCL-ICN, NTT, UCL-Gatsby, and AIBS

Analysis and Synthesis for Human/Artificial Cognition and Behaviour

Date: October 22nd-23rd, 2018

Place: Seaside House, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST)

Organized by Kenji Doya, Patrick Haggard, and Hiroaki Gomi

Sponsored by UCL-NTT Collaboration project “Deep Brain Communication Science Project II”, Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, and Kakenhi “Artificial Intelligence and Brain Science" Project

What's new

2018/09/05:Access & Floor map is released.

We will recruit poster presentations for poster session held on 22nd Oct. We also welcome audiences without poster presentation as long as seats are available. Please register from the web link below.

Registration Here

このたび,人間・AIの認識と行動に関する解析的・構成的アプローチに関するワークショップを、沖縄での神経回路学会のサテライトとして10/22-23に開催することになりました.本ワークショップは,UCL-NTT共同研究プロジェクトおよびGatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, 新学術領域「人工知能と脳科学」の連携により開催するものです.ポスターセッションでの関連研究の発表を募集します.ご関心のある方はご発表ともどもご参加を御検討いただければ幸いです.



Day 1 (22nd Oct)

Opening remarks 9:30-9:35 @Seminar Room

Morning session (3 talks) 9:35-11:50 @Seminar Room (40min talk, 5min discussion for each talk)

  • Hiroki Terashima (NTT) Computational understanding of auditory neural codes and natural sounds
  • Sven Bestmann (UCL-ION) High-precision MEG of the neurophysiological foundations of human movement control
  • Hirokazu Kameoka (NTT) Speech synthesis and conversion using deep generative models

Lunch and Poster session (18 panels) 12:00-15:00 @Lounge

Afternoon session (4 talks) 15:00-18:10 @Seminar Room (40min talk, 5min discussion for each talk)

  • Shigeto Furukawa (NTT) Probing auditory attention by eye metrics
  • Maneesh Sahani (UCL-Gatsby) Distributed distributional neural computation and learning
  • Intermission (10min)
  • Hiroaki Gomi (NTT/AIBS) Why can we correct reaching action so quickly? - Hypotheses and new examinations of implicit visuomotor process –
  • Tadahiro Taniguchi (AIBS, Ritsumeikan Univ.) Hierarchical Bayesian double articulation analysis for motion segmentation and language acquisition

Day 2 (23rd Oct)

Morning session (4 talks) 9:20-12:30 @Seminar Room (40min talk, 5min discussion for each talk)

  • Jamie A. Ward (UCL-ICN) Sensing and interpreting social signals in the laboratory and in the theatre
  • Kenji Doya (AIBS, OIST) Imaging the neural circuit for mental simulation
  • Intermission (10min)
  • Patrick Haggard (UCL-ICN) Where do voluntary actions come from?
  • Jun Morimoto (AIBS, ATR) Humanoid Motor Learning From Observed Human Behaviors

Afternoon session (3 talks) 14:00-16:25 @Seminar Room (40min talk, 5min discussion for each talk)

  • Sadao Hiroya (NTT) Speech production and perception share common brain mechanisms
  • Bahador Bahrami (UCL-ICN) Communication of uncertainty between human and artificial agents
  • Intermission (10min)
  • Masataka Sawayama (NTT) Visual perception of object qualities based on image features

Discussion and Closing remarks 16:25-16:45

Poster session program (22nd Oct., 11:50-15:00 @Lounge)

P-01 Naotoshi Abekawa1, Hiroaki Gomi1, (1: NTT), Difference in eye-hand coordination forms distinct motor memories in implicit visuomotor adaptation

P-02 Wen Wen 1,2, Patrick Haggard1, (1:UCL, 2:Univ. Tokyo), Control Exploration vs Exploitation

P-03 Hsin-Ni Ho1, Hiroki Terashima1, Kohta Wakamatsu2, Jinhwan Kwon3,4, Maki Sakamoto3, Shigeki Nakauchi2, Shin’ya Nishida1, (1:UCL, 2:NTT, 3:Univ. Electro-Communications, 4:Kyoto Univ. of Education), Image statistics and the warm/cold perception of surfaces

P-04 Shiro Kumano1,2, Antonia Hamilton1, Bahador Bahrami1,3, (1:UCL, 2:NTT, 3:Ludwig Maximilian Univ.), Choosing for others: handling regret, risk and peer pressure in social decision making

P-05 Ryohei Shibue1, (1:NTT), Relation between f-GAN and tuning curve estimation

P-06 Keita Mitani1,2, Makio Kashino1,3, (1:NTT), Common noise between motor and perceptual timing can deteriorate the perception for self-produced time intervals

P-07 Shinya Takamuku1, Hiroaki Gomi1 , (1:NTT), Low sensitivities of walking speed adjustment and self‐motion velocity perception to dense optic flow

P-08 Antonio Cataldo1, Lucile Dupin2, Patrick Haggard1, (1:UCL, 2: INSERM), Which came first? Integration of Voluntary movements and Tactile feedback in perception of distance

P-09 Daiki Nakamura1, Hiroaki Gomi1, (1:NTT), Statistical analysis of optic flow induced by body motion characterizing OFR and MFR

P-10 Hideaki Shimazaki1, Magalie Tatischeff2, Jimmy Gaudreault3, Christian Donner4, (1:Kyoto Univ., 2:Univ. British Columbia, 3:Polytech. Montréal, 4:Tech. Univ. Berlin), Thermodynamic analyses of neural populations

P-11 Yasufumi Uezu1, Sadao Hiroya1, Takemi Mochida1, (1:NTT), Sound naturalness of feedback speech affects articulatory compensation for transformed auditory feedback

P-12 Tatsuya Kaneko1, Masayuki Ikebe1, Shinya Takamaeda-Yamazaki1, Masato Motomura1, Tetsuya Asai1 , (1:Hokkaido Univ.), A study on ternary back propagation algorithm for embedded Egde-AI processing

P-13 Irena Arslanova1, Hiroaki Gomi2, Patrick Haggard1(1:UCL, 2:NTT), Intra-hemispheric limitations in integrating spatiotemporal information across fingers

P-14 Shimpei Yamagishi1, Makoto Yoneya1, Shigeto Furukawa1, (1:NTT), Effect of cognitive task on dynamic overshoot in saccadic eye movement

P-15 Takeshi Sakurada1, Mayuko Matsumoto2, Shin-ichiro Yamamoto2 , (1:Ritsumeikan Univ., Shibaura Inst. Tech.), Influence of the individual working memory modality dominance on fNIRS-based neuromodulation

P-16 Jack De Havas1,2, Sho Ito1, Hiroaki Gomi1, (1:NTT, 2: JSPS), Does the inhibition of voluntary muscle relaxations depend on similar mechanisms to the inhibition of muscle contractions?

P-17 Jun-ichiro Furukawa, Jun Morimoto (ATR), A data-driven approach for estimating human behavior with collaborative filtering

P-18 Sho Ito, Hiroaki Gomi, (NTT), Multimodal contribution to body state representation for generating proprioceptive reflexes