Zeb Kurth-Nelson
DeepMind, UCL



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Neural networks can learn from their experience how to learn faster next time. Some brain-like properties emerge.

Experiencing something new triggers a flow of rapidly changing brain states. A few key patterns within this flow shape learning and future decisions.

The human brain spontaneously retrieves entire sequences of linked memories and "plays through" them in fast bursts.

Humans gradually learn to solve sophisticated problems in the background.