Cognitive modelling - bringing computers closer to human brains

Cognitive science’s gift to the artificial intelligence development is, by no doubt, cognitive modelling. In short, cognitive modelling is about coming up with some sort of a mathematical or computational model of how the brain operates. These models can then be used in various AI tasks to solve issues the human brain excels at. In this post we will go through three different ways to do cognitive modelling. 😊 (more…)

Eyeglasses on top of an empty notebook

Believe it or not, we have different kinds of memory systems in the brain. In this post, I am going to cover three of them: episodic, procedural and working memory. All of them serve for a different purpose, and research shows that they are independent. It’s perfectly possible to forget how your life has been so far and still remember how to play a piano. 😮 (more…)