Dec. 17, 2021

Scientists use EBRAINS to help robots remember places

Researchers of the Human Brain Project at University of Amsterdam and University of the West of England have built a neural network architecture on the EBRAINS research infrastructure that can enable robots to effectively combine multiple senses for perception and navigation. The team, led by Prof. Dr Cyriel Pennartz, has now published the findings in the open-access journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI.

Dec. 16, 2021

Event Recap: EAN-EBRAINS Joint Workshop: The Future of Medical Data Sharing in Clinical Neurosciences

The HBP and EBRAINS together with the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) invited the entire scientific community to join a workshop on the Future of Medical Data Sharing in Clinical Neurosciences between 9–11 December 2021. This event aimed at identifying and openly discussing all issues and challenges associated with data sharing in Europe, from ethics to data safety and privacy, including those specific to data federation, such as the development and validation of federated algorithms.

Nov. 22, 2021

HBP achievements highlighted in MedNous

In an interview with MedNous, a European medical research publication, Pawel Swieboda highlights some key HBP scientific achievements and how EBRAINS will capitalize on those to further develop its Research Infrastructure.