Neural Computations Underlying Perceptual Uncertainty: David Zoltowski

Probabilities can sensibly interpreted as representing states of belief, and human behaviour has been shown to behave similarly to probabilistic inference in a number of settings.

In this talk, David introduces probabilistic inference in the brain and describes research studying how the brain may utilise time to develop and represent probability distributions.



David Zoltowski is a Churchill Scholar undertaking an MPhil in Engineering. He is studying the neural processes involved in sensory perception and is generally interested in the neural computations underlying learning, memory, and decision-making.

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Presented at Churchill College, 18 February 2016.