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Simon Eickhoff
News & Views on Brain mapping | Machine-Learning | Translational Neuroscience. Director INM-7 ; Professor for Systems Neuroscience .
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Simon Eickhoff 8h
Is the human brain individual as a fingerprint? Nice paper by extending work of & to structural imaging data: Scans can be matched, at least when the algorithm knows that the target must be among reference set.
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Simon Eickhoff 14h
Heterogeneity Problem in : i) Same diagnosis may have many causes. ii) Power of often limited. iii) Healthy controls are not homogeneous either Very insightful overview by
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Simon Eickhoff 18h
Am 28.06.19 werde ich im Rahmen der Bürgeruniversität der über unsere Arbeit referieren und freue mich auf rege Diskussionen zum Thema: Was kann ein Bild Ihres Gehirns über Sie verraten? Weitere Informationen:
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 17
Replying to @JensJot @NatureNews
I was wondering about this when I read the article, but remain skeptical. Automatic translation will be useful to create "decent" manuscripts. But for high-impact papers, style, clarity, "beauty" still matters a lot. Hard to get these automatically. Or as a non-native speaker
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 17
Great piece on the massive advantage of native English speakers. Struggle for "high quality" publications is much harder in 2nd language. This is often ignored when celebrating "world-leading" institutions from English-speaking countries
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 16
Replying to @ampanmdagaba
Agreed, the article seems almost deliberately confusing. Still, I liked the overall message, ie, the need to communicate. In particular to lay audience, including patients and relatives. Hence the idea of a non-paywalled, plain English 500 word summary
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 15
It was absolutely fantastic! Great talks, interesting discussions. Thanks again to for organizing it.
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 15
Nicely reflects the fact, that is artificial but not intelligent Health is complex and patients have a good feeling for the fact that algorithms deal poorly with idiosyncrasies. Also, human need to ask questions is underappreciated
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Javeria Ali Hashmi Jun 15
Eickhoff speaking at meeting in Turin with Using metanalystic maps as priors for machine learning based classification of neuropsychiatric disorders.
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 15
Replying to @apdemetriou
My take on inconsistent or not really helpful reviews would be to - incorporate anything that is useful and reasonably doable - explain those things better that were wrongly (in our view) criticized - add discussion on topics that received contradictory remarks
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 15
This nicely reflects the fact, that is artificial but not intelligent. Clinical cases are complex and patients have a good feeling for the fact that algorithms do poorly in dealing with idiosyncrasies. Also, human need to ask questions is an underrated part of explainability
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 15
Best illustration of top-down effects I have seen in quite a while. Simple but striking. From at the meeting in Torina.
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 14
It never fails to amaze me, how often authors of rejected manuscripts submit to a new journal without taking any (!) of the comments into account This is not only highly disrespectful of the reviewers' effort and quite arrogant... it is also "death by design" if noted
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 14
Dinner with the attendees of the , friends and collaborators at the meeting in Rome. Great meeting, thanks to everybody for their great work, making this a productive meeting for !and !
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Masoud Tahmasian MD, PhD Jun 12
Functional brain alterations in acute sleep deprivation: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis. Sleep Medicine Reviews, Available online 28 March 2019 Collaboration between Shahid Beheshti University and Jülich Research Center
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 13
What a fantastic group! Congratulations, , , Anqi, Svenja & Daniel. Looking very much forward to a great future for and the annual meeting
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 13
We had a great experience bringing our two kids to the conference. It's crucial to allow both parents to participate What would be great: extend kids-brain-art corner into a playroom, so parents can have meetings there. Maybe stream main sessions, too.
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Reproducible Neuroimaging Jun 12
Semantics! ReproNim rocking the Wednesday poster session at .
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 13
If you are interested in cognition, executive functions and factorial models, please check our our poster Th313 by . Very comprehensive evidence from multiple different factorization approaches.
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Simon Eickhoff Jun 13
The PPA has long been considered a prime example for functional specialization in the visual system. Check out poster Th408 by at to see a different perspective. Must see if you are into naturalistic stimuli
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