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Bristol CNU at leading machine learning conference

3 November 2021

Bristol CNU researchers had two papers accepted at NeurIPS 2021

The Bristol Computational Neuroscience Unit just had two papers accepted at the 35th Neural Information Processing and Systems (NeurIPS) conference, a leading Machine Learning conference.

The first paper, which is titled Cortico-cerebellar networks as decoupling neural interfaces, concerns a new deep learning model for neuroscience, and was authored by the Neural and Machine Learning group. It was ranked in the top 30 papers of the conference.

The second paper concerns a variational approximate posterior for deep Wishart processes, and was authored by the Laurence Aitchison group.

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