Prediction is to understand: a neuro-cognitive model of language based on prediction

We are pleased to announce the seminar “Prediction is to understand: a neuro-cognitive model of language based on prediction” given by Philippe Blache, research director at the LPL, this Friday 2 February at the Collège de France.

 This talk is as part of the seminar series entitled “Teaching languages to machines” and will be preceded by a lecture on “Multimodalities: NLP and images, NLP and speech” by Benoît Sagot (Annual Chair in Computer Science and Digital Sciences in partnership with Inria).

 The seminar will take place face-to-face, but will also be broadcast on the Collège de France website.

 Link (French): https://www.college-de-france.fr/fr/agenda/seminaire/apprendre-les-langues-aux-machines

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Update of February 7th!

The seminar is available now online on https://www.college-de-france.fr/fr/agenda/seminaire/apprendre-les-langues-aux-machines/predire-est-comprendre-un-modele-neuro-cognitif-du-langage-fonde-sur-la-prediction

 

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