Towards goal-driven deep neural network models to elucidate human arm proprioception
Proprioceptive signals are a critical component of our ability to perform complex movements, identify our posture and adapt to environmental changes. Our movements are generated by a large number of muscles and are sensed via a myriad of different receptor types. Even the most important ones, muscle spindles, carry highly multiplexed information. For instance, arm movements are sensed via distributed
Professor for Computational Neuroscience and Machine Learning & Director of the Tübingen AI Center
Matthias Bethge is Professor for Computational Neuroscience and Machine Learning at the University of Tübingen and director of the Tübingen AI Center, a joint center between Tübingen University and MPI for Intelligent Systems that is part of the German AI strategy.