Events

Away Research Week
Monday 21 May  – Friday 25 May 2018
Hill House, Darlingscott Road, Shipston, CV36 4JA, Cotswolds, UK
Programme | Click here for a preliminary programme

For our 5-day away week we will be staying at the Hill House cottage in the Cotswolds discussing the relative strengths and weaknesses of symbolic and non-symbolic neural networks.  Key questions include how to implement symbolic computations in neural networks, and whether they are necessary in various domains, including vision, language, memory, and reasoning.

Main Venue | Hill House, Darlingscott Road, Shipston, Cotswolds, CV36 4JA | The nearest town is Shipston-on Stour, one mile from Hill House | Get direction | https://goo.gl/eXyxiG
Additional Venue | The Quarters, Granville House, High Street, Warwickshire, CV36 4AB [about 20 minute walk from the Hill House] | Photos here https://goo.gl/jKzAdV  | Get direction |  https://goo.gl/x125R7

More information about travel and getting to Shipston-on-Stour

Participants

Jeff Bowers (Bristol, UK)
Gaurav Malhotra (Bristol, UK)
Ella Gale (Bristol, UK)
Ryan Blything (Bristol, UK)
Nick Martin (Bristol, UK)
John Hummel (Illinois, USA)
Rachel Heaton (Illinois, USA)
Ivan Vankov (NBU, Bulgaria)
Alex Doumas (Edinburgh, UK)
Andrea Martin (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands)
Guillermo Puebla (Edinburgh, UK)
Colin Davis (Bristol, UK)