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Weinberg Institute for Cognitive Science pres.

Cognitive Science Seminar: Extending a task-general computational model of procedural learning

Bryan Stearns, U-M

Bryan Stearns will give a talk titled "Extending a task-general computational model of procedural learning."

Please visit the seminar series website for Zoom link and details.

Can we understand human generality and learning well enough to make computer systems that learn the way we learn? Many models exist that help us describe various aspects of human learning or let us evaluate competing theories. It is harder to find models that specify processing at a level that is detailed enough to allow a computer system to actually perform human-like learning. This talk presents some of my thesis work that extends a model of human procedural learning to have more specific computational detail. In the process, I also extend the model by discovering connections with prior theoretical work in human skill acquisition and some neuroscience.

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