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"james mcclellan" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

07:21 min | Last month

"james mcclellan" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"And trying to think, the other thing that theory predicted that made us think we're really going to have to do this, but we weren't totally sure, was whether we needed a non linearity at the hidden layer. So there's a model by John Cohen, Dunbar and James mcclellan in 1990 is a stroop model where they introduced this context layer the complement to hidden layer. So that we think of that as where the rules are represented as the context layer. So they made a big deal on that paper about the nonlinearity and the hidden layer is really important. It's kind of like an attention kind of mechanism where it's you're selecting the representations that are going to basically filter stimuli according to the task context so that you select the correct motor responses. And so lo and behold, we did need a nonlinearity just like we thought we would. I mean, for theoretical reasons, you think so, right because this context dependent decision making, you need this interaction so that it's like contingent, right? So if this stimulus this stimulus can go to totally different motor responses, the same exact stimulus, it depends on the rule. And so that there's a nonlinear interaction that has to happen so you could select the correct one. So I thought that was pretty cool that that came out of the work. One of the things that I like that you are in pursuit of is so you have connections, right? And it's all networks and you can talk about the properties of those connections. This is like network neuroscience right where you talk about path length and different metrics of how to characterize a static, essentially network. And then you have functional connectivity between them and what your work is doing is bringing those two things together. Do you think that it's still essentially all networks, right? Do you think that this sort of network vernacular and approach also looking at the dynamics and like you just were talking about the non linearities? And looking at activity flows within networks, what do you think that's going to be enough to quote unquote explain cognition or do we will we need to talk about multi scale, multi level scale organizational components? Yeah, so one reason I went down this path of making these empirically estimated neural networks or these network coding models which I returned to when I use was to make that an empirical question basically. It was a bit like do I think I really had a couple moments like this? I'm like, do I think that this is the real connectivity like they use in models? And I said, I don't know, maybe not, but I should try it and see, you know, and then I've been surprised, you know, that these things, I'm sure there's going to be limits to it, but it does seem to be some sort of equivalence there. And so like I said earlier about the saying, we probably won't be able to model someone plan a complex piano piece using FMRI. There's going to be similar limits at whatever scale we are. And I'm hopeful I think it's plausible to say we could make these tasks that are a little bit artificial, but still informative enough. It's a forced choice between two button presses because maybe we can decode the right versus left hand really easily or something like that. But you can still get the key network computations, the network mechanisms as long as you maybe construct the task appropriately. If we were able to do that, I would be very happy and then it would be like, oh no, we can't, you know, do this really subtle thing. And then, yeah, then you'll have to get into it, you know, very fine grained things. There's also is the question of when I say, okay, there's this connectivity pattern between these two regions. And I have all these voxels inside there's a pretty fine grain on in some sense. But you're always could say these between these two voxels, what exactly is the physical basis of that? And you go all the way down to individual synapses and explaining that, right? So there's always levels here. It's just whether we are at a level where we can say we're pretty satisfied with our explanation of this cognitive process. And I'm hopeful that we'll get pretty far at this level, but we never know till you try. See there's more optimism. Also, it's overall optimistic with me. So Mike, this is ostensibly a show about neuroscience and AI and often what gets left off the table in these conversations, and I'm going to make sure it include it in ours is the potential for like your work, for instance, and this kind of approach for actually influencing and benefiting AI because right now we're in this place where we're using all these deep learning, we you guys are using all these deep learning models, even though you hate learning and don't use deep learning, of course. But the deep learning model approach is. The flow, I'll say, is much more toward neuroscience and benefiting how we're understanding brains. But of course, the whole deep learning approach was began, the whole deep learning approach began with the concepts of concept of neural networks, right? So the activity flow does go both ways. Do you feel like these models that you're building, for instance, will have implications for or benefits for AI? Yeah, it's actually on multiple fronts, I guess, if you resume out a little bit, so the one reason I was interested in the rapid instructed task learning stuff was because I am actually interested in learning, but I'm interested in how humans learn some things much more rapidly than artificial neural networks. And so, you know, it's possible that some of the insights we get from the riddle work will translate into being able to just instruct a machine verbally to do some tasks like you would another person. And also just the general ability to flexibly reorient to and reuse concepts and I guess task rules or task information and then in terms of activity flow models like the ENs. That's a little bit more where I'm just, I think I already described.

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"james mcclellan" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

06:53 min | 2 months ago

"james mcclellan" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"We before how do you think that alabama did running wise. I'd have to look at the stats. I mean seems it seemed fine. The numbers surprise me. They had ninety one rushing yards. Yeah well they don't have. They don't have the typical alabama workhorse running back anymore. Like nausea harris was the best running back country bryan. Just a guy and alabama fans can get mad at me but he's just a guy who's been there six years he's never been the starter he's just a guy james mcclellan. We'll be good not there yet. It technology harris a couple of a year to get there. So they'll horses. They'll by the end of the year. They'll have somebody running for one hundred yards game right now. They don't have but with with bryce young though and back and forth we were all talking shit but like you say he. Can't you know he can't throw it in. And then he would make an incredible pass. He's still kinda shaking off out like sometimes he he overthrows or under throats and then sometimes he threads that needle right to the guy that he needs. I think as the season progresses that his evolution and his maturity like those really good plays he makes. We're gonna see more and more of those so prince date twenty eight auburn twenty Just a i'm just going to say it. I think we have finally gotten to the point. And they're probably tired of hearing. And i'm sure they're trying to hear it. But i have gotten to the point where i can look penn state game. It's just not even think about the crap at all the off field. Yeah i don't i i. Maybe wasn't been twelve years now ten years. It's been a long time. It's been a long time. And now i can. Finally i can honestly say that game tonight. And i never once thought i kind of feel the skis. You're watching this because your period. When i felt that way of course of course well i mean the the whole system. That was in place is not there to even talk about right correct but i do think that there is. There's always that and of course working where we do and it gets thrown around in conversation. It does remind but i think that it's not even fair. It's like jesse. Low is sitting with us and he was around during that time and now he's like i don't i don't even want to remember it so it's not like whatever. This penn state team is not the same penn. State team had that there are three zero. And they've beaten harangued. Sec team and we'll see we'll see how that ends up going for auburn. I still don't think has any good at all. I think tank bixby's fantastic auburn's got a lot of dudes but they don't have a dude at quarterback you you are so confident that at the end of the game. Katie and i were sweating it out. She was sweating out. The under and i was sweating out. Penn state plus or minus six. And i told you that has the ball don't worldview told me an and i quote all of eleven penn state defenders could get off the field. And you still don't think next getting up in the end. That's what i said. They were the forty yard line. I said penn state's eleven defenders could leave right now they would not score. Didn't score but and i also said i said the last play i was like i i'll bet you. There's a ten yard period between the goal line in the end zone. The he has to throw this ball and he won't be able to hit it then. Yeah you said he would either throw a twenty two yard line or the first row of the stands into like the six. Yeah he i guess you know. Let's not hate on the guy too much. 'cause he did have. Oh i mean you gotta stay on the game and and zehr. So if you're if you're still auburn fan and there's probably enough positive there with bonex to To feel okay but ultimately this night wasn't about auburn and it wasn't about bo knicks. It was about penn state national spotlight hundred and ten thousand people. And now what would they number ten. Surely they'll shoot. They'll be up to probably the number seven or eight range. I imagine they might hot notre dame they might they might even hop cincinnati at this point They'll they'll they're gonna be legit top ten team and one that will have earned it and again. You can't say enough about the crowd. The crowd played a huge huge part of it. But i want to give credit to sean clifford. Because i feel like when after. They played wisconsin. I mean he didn't have you know the best game of all time but he didn't have a great game either. It was like well. It was penn. State's defense that just gave grammar and not offense in wisconsin. Just a lot of hell but sean clifford was twenty eight of thirty two today for. I mean you only at two hundred and eighty yards two touchdowns. He's extremely efficient and he made the plays when he needed to. And that was something that i didn't necessarily think we would see sean clifford. The third big game to to really talk about is. I don't know how to say this now. Cincinnati we we've discussed can can make the playoffs. Can they do this. I forget about the fact they won the game. I just don't think that teams good enough. They look ugly. They were able luckily for them. Michael is terrible. I mean make mcfadden talked. If michael was an average quarterback indiana's celebrating tonight and probably celebrating a relatively easy like indiana down to the five to ten yard line on several occasions. And there were. I think two interceptions and they couldn't score down there. Indiana did everything but when that game but this isn't really about indiana's about cincinnati cincinnati is number eight in the country and they have nfl dudes all over the field and they got a quarterback who wants to be in the heisman trophy race. I don't know man like they ended up winning about fourteen. And i guess that's all that matters road and you win by fourteen. That's all that matters but it was sure ugly but when you watch desmond ritter in the first half of that game. He was on the struggle bus. He looked awful now he he came back to form in the second half but throughout the first half of that game like what the hell is going on with this kid i mean. He looked like he'd never played football before it wasn't good now. Credit to them they had the kickoff return in the third quarter the kind of set things right and kind of got him back But again. I don't know i i. I look at that team and they survived. And that's all you can ask. But i certainly didn't see a team that i is going to stay on the field with even the ohio states and oklahoma's struggle this year but certainly not the not not the georgia's and the alabama's no and you do have to give him credit. We give them credit because in the second half they did they did look a lot better and like you said if michael was even average as all the time it might be different. But i don't i just don't even before tonight and now this is no knock against cincinnati. This more a knock. Against the way. That the i think the college football playoff would've been. It's only four teams like i think cincinnati would have had to be blowing the doors off of teams and somehow having to loss. Sec two loss or Big ten teams to even have a shot anyways. Then you look at this. And you look at indiana on the season. They embarrassed themselves in the first game against iowa like this is not a strength of schedule. Game that you look at it and it's like oh cincinnati's resumes gonna look great. Because you do. It's the test. Sure they won by fourteen. But if you have is you saw the desmond. Ritter did not look good. They ended up closing out the game. But this is not a team..

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Young Holds up, No. 1 Alabama Holds off No. 11 Florida 31-29

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Young Holds up, No. 1 Alabama Holds off No. 11 Florida 31-29

"Bryce young's first collegiate road start was a rousing success a three touchdown performance to help top ranked Alabama beat number eleven Florida thirty one twenty nine the defending national champion stopped the two point conversion with three ten left and earn their thirty second consecutive win versus teams in the SEC east division young built the early advantage with TD passes to James McClellan Chile Billingsley and Bryan Robinson to put the tide ahead twenty one three in the first quarter Emory Jones was seventeen of twenty seven passing for one hundred eighty one yards and one interception for the Gators I'm Dave Ferrie

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"james mcclellan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"james mcclellan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Materials and they realize the place where was would be susceptible to brush fires so every year they let a herd of goats loose around the property they eat all the underbrush right around the the the building so there's a fire block in natural fire blocked by the ghost and the genius move been Costa March well done regular library great job this genius Hey Mike what's the uproar about over this photo shops photo trump tweeted out of him putting a metal on Conan the hero dog what's going on with that I love this charity the Donald Trump meant so much phone trolling the left he put up his cell this photo of a dog getting the medal of honor and the left immediately can you believe it how dare he well first of all it was obviously photoshopped it was that yes kind of a meme that meant to say this dog is great the dog will be at the White House next week by the way cone and will be there but here's my favorite thing they actually had journalists tracking down the picture and the guy was in the picture who got the metal and they called and they said now your your photo army medic James McClellan he's a retired guy your photo has been doctor they replace your picture with that dog how do you feel he just laughed because I don't care people it's just so much fun when the president with a simple kind of light hearted tweet can get them all chasing their tails he's brilliant that he's is he does a great job of that meanwhile we got ABS scenes death back in the news again it's surrounding questions and I saw this guy on fox news saying that it it looks like he was strangled yeah he was what did they say strangulated yes I didn't I guess we're going to hear the term suicide it again has people are going to wonder where was Hillary that okay but different a picking on how Jeffrey at steam died or the real cause of death I suspect that this code could go on as long as the Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories go I I don't know what to think I do believe the guy was given the opportunity to take himself out I don't think anybody else did it but you know we're going to have as many theories as we can eat on this one and like you mentioned Hillary if you ask Bill Clinton that sells like Hillary seriously considering another run for president yeah I don't this is amazing charity bill and Hillary were with Ruth brighter Ginsburg at Georgetown law school and they were doing this kind of just quirky apparent to people were asking questions and somebody asked bill Hey would you ever run you know could you could you make that happen is well okay at this you might you know I don't know if you will if not breast cancer alone for me so he kind of left it open I think this is happening I still believe it all right to look yesterday we lost the egg plant emoji we lost the peach emoji and now they're offering a new period emoji what yeah that did they TMI lamp was burning brightly well world of emoji you're now can on your iPhone with the latest iOS upgrade which I have big problems with because they've screwed up so many things but in the interest of being sensitive to the wall crowd they've added a giant drop of blood that went on a text messages to tell everybody that your friend to discount there was no insane and I I I just insulted hello no eggplant no peach come on come on now all right my end of the at the page the banana of the cucumbers five foot no no what else is on the bike yesterday Mike well I'm going to have I'm going to have to the colleges today because the colleges are after cultural appropriation and Halloween costumes and a baby even gotten to say that if you wear Brinkley bracelets and have a nose ring your culturally appropriating need to stop it and this is going to break the hearts of all the Burry says that I now good day all as the nose ring I don't know if you've noticed that yes it's it's crazy no no come on people I just I'm I'm spinning today I am completely spending well that's great happy hollow Halloween Michael Palca thank you I'm gonna try to go to the same person okay that that would be a good costume that's Michael talk of the pair broke apart guessing catch me each and every weekday morning at this time coming up bills ever joins us our Santonio first news national correspondent and no we're not talking Syria we're not talking White House we're talking Halloween this is your money with kitchen designs budget Ronnie update your home with a dream kitchen from kitchen designs budget money everything from design materials craftsmanship all.