Systems Neuroscience

A3D3 is working to discover the computations that brain-wide neural networks perform to process sensory and motor information during behavior. To do so, A3D3 will develop and implement high-throughput and low-latency AI algorithms to process, organize, and analyze massive neural datasets in real time. These real-time analyses will enable new approaches to probing brain function such as causal, closed-loop manipulations.

Applying powerful AI methods to systems neuroscience will significantly advance our ability to analyze and interpret neural activity and its relationship to behavior. A3D3 aim to develop, test, and disseminate AI methods that are high-throughput and low-latency to enable significant advances in our understanding of brain function and behavior.

Relating animal behavior and neural activity
Predicting neural dynamics to enable low-latency interventions (e.g. brain stimulation) and detect anomalous events.