DFG Research Group: join effort by psychologists and computer scientists to study how abstract knowledge is stored in the brain. With those findings, we aim at contributing to make artificial intelligent (AI) systems more efficient and flexible.
We are developing a new methodology to unveil the functions of different brain regions using computational models trained on different tasks.
Explaining the Human Visual Brain
Workshop and Challenge. Join effort in collaboration with MIT and Free University Berlin towards an algorithmic exploration of the brain.
We are developing Net2Brain to complement existing toolboxes as GUI and CLI Toolbox for comparing representational spaces of over 600 deep neural networks (DNNs) to brain datasets.
We are developing Visual Artificial Intelligence models that learn multiple tasks continuously in time, in an incremental manner and with few examples.
We advocate for the development and use of responsible and trustworthy AI from a holistic perspective taking into account all stakeholders.
Together with our colleagues from educational psychology at the Goethe University Frankfurt, we are designing a new multidisciplinary master program on AI in education, as well as developing an AI learning assistant.
A culture-based AI-assisted tool
for well-being and emotion regulation through dance in collaboration with Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics.
Artificial Intelligence for Vision and Music. Join effort in collaboration with the Singapore University of Technology and Design and the National University of Singapore. Check out papers, data and code here
We are always eager to explore applications of our methods for contributing to a better world.
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