Brain Activity, Connectivity, and Dynamics Derived from NeuroMRI and Their Potential for
Neuroinspired Computing

The last two and half decades have seen major advances in noninvasive probing of the brain with MRI. This talk will describe major techniques currently available for probing the activity, connectivity and dynamics of the brain and illustrate them with some exemplar applications. These advances have ushered in the possibility of using out understanding of human brain at a system level for bioinspired computing. I will illustrate this point with a couple of possible examples and preliminary data.

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