Artificial Intelligence in Brain Imaging: Brain Backups-What Are They Good For?
ven. 26 octobre à 00:00
This talk will cover using artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning to analyze the human brain. AI has perhaps the greatest potential to help humans in health, wellness, and anti-aging and also has myriad potential for new products, services, and new businesses. Brain Backups aims to decipher all the neuronal connections in the human connector. The connectome is like the genome of the mind -- it is the neural network of connections in the brain. You are your connectome. Many pieces of connectomes from different organisms and brain regions have been studied in great detail, but the holy grail is whole brain in vivo non-destructive non-invasive connectome imaging. Think of it as Time Machine for your brain -- create a backup every two weeks, restore as needed. The complexity of the human brain requires many different AI's to decipher and label different cellular and neuronal features. It would take many lifetimes for a human pathologist to systematically label and annotate all of the neuroanatomical features of the brain, so we have developed several AI's to perform different labeling and annotation tasks. This has greatly accelerated the rate at which whole brains can be analyzed post mortem. Many hurdles remain to resolve all neurons and inter-neuron connections in vivo, but we have recently had significant breakthroughs in this direction that I will discuss. Speaker's Bio:
Russell Hanson is currently Chief Scientific Officer of Endjinn, a Consensys Spoke company. Previously he was a professor of Genetics and Genomic Sciences at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and also serves as the CSO of Brain Backups. Brain Backups develops technologies in imaging and artificial intelligence to analyze the brain at unprecedented scales and resolution. Previously he held positions at Harvard, MIT, the Danish Technical University, and Reed College. In his spare time he likes motorcycling and paragliding. Links:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/russellhanson/ This Guy Wants to Help You Download Your Brain
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