The Honeybee Brain: A model for studying diverse intelligence

The research of project partner Dr Andrew Barron (Macquarie University) is featured today by his funders, the Templeton Foundation, in a new video. The Brains on Board project team, including project lead Prof James Marshall, also feature in this extensive discussion of the benefits of studying the honeybee brain to design [...]

2020-07-01T00:05:38+01:0017th July, 2019|News|

Robot Hackathon for Creativity@Home

Using Creativity@Home funds, the Brains on Board project team spent a day working with the Centre for Facilitation on a robot hackathon, to develop their creative problem-solving skills. Three teams worked to try and develop simple brain-inspired models, then test them out in simulations and on a real robot, all in a day! The teams [...]

2020-07-01T00:03:48+01:0019th June, 2019|News|

Active AI grant funded

Members of the Brains on Board team have been awarded a further £1m from EPSRC to collaborate with Australian experts in invertebrate behaviour. The new grant, Active AI, is led by Prof Andy Philippides for Sussex, and Dr Mike Mangan for Sheffield. Recent advances in AI and notably in deep learning, have proven incredibly successful [...]

2020-07-01T00:07:36+01:0017th June, 2019|News|

Participation in UKRI review of Artificial Intelligence

Brains on Board project investigators Prof James Marshall, Prof Thomas Nowotny, and Prof Eleni Vasilaki participated in a number of workshops held by UK Research and Innovation, with participation from other research councils and the Office for AI, intended to scope out future directions and opportunities for AI research in the UK. Our message? AI [...]

2020-07-01T00:08:25+01:0014th June, 2019|News|
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