Evolved Machines Inc. is actively looking for brilliant researchers who want to join us in developing a new generation of neural machines capable of performing real world olfaction, visual object recognition, and sensorimotor control.
Doctoral-level academic research in for example evolutionary robotics, neuroscience, virtual reality computation, or electrical engineering are all appropriate, but the absolute requirement is that the study of synthetic neural circuitry and its application to devices is what candidates would do if they did not have to work.

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Treatment’s promise moves beyond movement disorders
By Tom Valeo
Posted in The DANA Foundation’s BRAINWORK
Vol. 18, No. 3 | May – June 2008

Electrically stimulating the hypothalamus of a morbidly obese man failed to curb his appetite, but jogged his memory instead, and that has pushed researchers to study whether the technique may hold promise for bolstering the failing memory of people with Alzheimer’s disease. The incident, reported in January, adds to the list of brain disorders in which deep brain stimulation, or DBS, is being used or tested.

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Software Lead for Stanford’s Neurogrid Project
Brains in Silicon Lab / Clark Center / Bio-X

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Modelling of complex biological networks
Biosystems Group, School of Computing, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

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