- Data Scientists Decode Human Perceptions from Brain Signals
- When we can read and decode brain signals, we can help treat, heal, and retrain a brain after injury.”
- Being able to decode human perceptions from brain signals can benefit this population greatly.
- To learn more about upcoming competitions, click on this link or the image below: Cortana Intelligence Competitions .
- Machine Learning Moves the Needle on Neural Science
Millions of people suffer from brain-related injuries and disorders every year. Being able to decode human perceptions from brain signals can benefit this population greatly. That’s what inspired Stanford University neurosurgeon Dr. Kai Miller to team up with Microsoft to offer the inaugural Cortana Intelligence Competition: Decoding Brain Signals.
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- The competition challenges you create a machine learning algorithm capable of guessing the next number in an integer sequence.
- The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences is a 50+ year effort by mathematicians the world over to catalog sequences of integers.
- We thank the OEIS and its contributors for cataloging this data.
- Started: 6:37 pm, Thursday 2 June 2016 UTC Ends: 11:59 pm, Friday 30 September 2016 UTC (120 total days) Points: this competition does not award ranking points Tiers: this competition does not count towards tiers
- Kaggle is hosting the competition for the data science community to use for fun and education.
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