Brain Sciences Foundation
  • Providence, RI
  • United States
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Main areas of research:
Linguistic Processing, Neurosurgery, Cognitive Informatics, Perception, Artificial Intelligence
artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, brain patterning, brind/mind duality, cognition, computational linguistics, BCI, language acquisition, machine learning, cognitive mapping, neurological disorders, perception
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of California at Irvine, Boston University, University of Oxford, University of Paris- Sorbonne, Oxantium Ventures, Make a Mind Company, RF Nano,
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About the BSF

The Brain Sciences Foundation is designed to develop revolutionary principle-driven technologies and deploy them to the solving of intractable brain disorders. We will also work to acquire and distribute the means for those who share our vision to develop their research into products and procedures that can help cure brain related dysfunctions. Furthermore, by creating a venue for discussion, we hope to educate the public at large about the impact our research can have on our world and on mental health issues.

All of our collaborating organizations, as well as our staff and fellows, share our vision to develop several specific fields within brain science, and our drive to not only obtain knowledge, but to share it and to translate it into a form that is usable as a means to improve the quality of life for the public and to help those who suffer from currently incurable conditions.

The organization is based in Providence, Rhode Island, but unites researchers from all over the world.

Brain Sciences Foundation's Blog

Call for Papers: Brain Sciences Journal

Posted on July 13, 2012 at 6:17pm 0 Comments

You are graciously invited to submit a manuscript to the Brain Sciences Journal (BSJ), the official journal of the Brain Sciences Foundation. This brand new publication aims to offer an innovative platform for interdisciplinary exchange of research in the cognitive sciences. The submission invitation is described in detail below.…

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