Category: Science/philosophy content
A recent talk: 1 hr for an audience into data science, software, and information in the context of biomedicine
Here is a talk I gave to an audience working on data science approaches to biomedical discoveries. They were into computer science, and concepts related to software in biology and how to infer interventions and control mechanisms.
A few select science and philosophy related quotes on a background of an image.
I no longer use this amazing slide showing how cell voltage (resting potential) distinguishes between plastic, proliferative cells and quiescent mature ones. It’s true, but it distracts from the bigger picture of bioelectricity as a collective organ-wide phenomenon.
A video and discussion of where memory is stored when networks are trained without changes in structure. Implications for memory and basal cognition, and the difference between 1st and 3rd person access to a memory medium.