Event Type: TCCI Event

  • 2024 AI and Mental Health

    2024 AI and Mental Health

    Meeting: 2024 Chen Institute and Science Joint Conference on AI & Mental Health Dates: November 7-8, 2024 Attending: This will be a hybrid meeting with options for online and in-person attendance. Details to follow. Location: Shanghai, China Mental health is a vast and growing worldwide problem. Because it can affect people at a young age, […]

  • Neuroscience of the Everyday World Conference 2024

    Neuroscience of the Everyday World Conference 2024

    BOSTON UNIVERSITY AND CHEN INSTITUTE JOINT CONFERENCE ON THE NEUROSCIENCE OF THE EVERYDAY WORLD August 26th-27th, 2024 The second Neuroscience of the Everyday World Conference is bringing together leaders in the fields of computer science, biomedical engineering, cognitive science, neurology, and clinical neuroscience to present state-of-the-art research, all focused on the study of human brain […]

  • NeuroPSI- Chen Institute Joint Conference on Brain, Behavior, & Beyond

    NeuroPSI- Chen Institute Joint Conference on Brain, Behavior, & Beyond

    Neuroengineering for exploring and repairing the brain, May 16-17, 2024 From brain-machine interfaces to AI-based speech decoding, neurotechnologies are giving an unprecedented access to brain functions in health and disease. During 2 days, we will explore multiple facets of neuroengineering, at the interface between electronics, robotics, and cellular biology, and illustrate their promising perspectives to […]

  • USC-Chen Institute Frontiers Forum: “Sensation and Motivation”

    USC-Chen Institute Frontiers Forum: “Sensation and Motivation”

    We are happy to announce our second annual USC-Chen Institute Frontiers Forum which is focused on “Sensation and Motivation.” This year’s meeting is being organized with Dr. Li Zhang, Center for Neural Circuits & Sensory Processing Disorders, and Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute, Keck School of Medicine, USC and will take place April 24-25, 2024. Invited speakers […]

  • Beyond the Laboratory: Developing Neurotechnology Solutions for Mass Populations

    Beyond the Laboratory: Developing Neurotechnology Solutions for Mass Populations

    A TCCI Satellite Meeting at SfN Neuroscience 2023 Westin DC Downtown Hotel (Anacostia Ballroom, Salon D), 999 9th St Northwest, Washington, DC 20001 Nov 10: 6:30-10pm Interactions with the brain have long been shown to reveal useful information about a person’s brain and mind. In the laboratory or the clinic, they have been used in […]

  • 2023 AI and Mental Health

    2023 AI and Mental Health

      This is a hybrid event with options for either online or in-person attendance. Location: Online | American Association for the Advancement of Science Offices, 1200 New York Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20005 Mental health is a vast and growing worldwide problem. In addition to the suffering experienced by individuals and their affected family members, […]

  • From Science Fiction to Reality, How Do Brain-Computer Interfaces Connect Artificial Intelligence and Human Intelligence?

    From Science Fiction to Reality, How Do Brain-Computer Interfaces Connect Artificial Intelligence and Human Intelligence?

    The Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI®) recently organized an event themed “From Science Fiction to Reality – How Does Artificial Intelligence Integrate with Human Intelligence?” in the East Hall of Shanghai Library. At the event, Li Yuanning and Jiang Bo, a well-known science fiction writer and winner of the Galaxy Award and the Chinese […]

  • Neuroscience of the Everyday World

    Neuroscience of the Everyday World

    At the first Neuroscience of the Everyday World conference, the Chen Institute and Boston University are bringing together leaders in the fields of computer science, biomedical engineering, cognitive science, neurology, and clinical neuroscience to present state-of-the-art research, all focused on the study of continuous brain measurement in real-world activities. The presentations will all focus on […]

  • AI for Brain Science: AI, Brain, and Music

    AI for Brain Science: AI, Brain, and Music

    The Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute and NetEase Cloud Music jointly hosted the latest in a series of online “AI for Brain Science” meetings themed “Exploring the Future of Music Creations: AI, Human Brain and Therapy”. Read the meeting report

  • AI for Brain Science: Will AI have Anxiety?

    AI for Brain Science: Will AI have Anxiety?

    On May 25th, the Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute will host an online discussion called “AI and the Brain.” Featuring Jianyin Qiu, Physician and Director of the Center for Psychological Counselling and Treatment at the Shanghai Mental Health Center, and Guang Chen, Associate Professor at the School of Artificial Intelligence at Beijing University of Posts […]