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10:30-10:45Opening remarks
10:45-11:10Stochastic Computing for Edge Intelligence
Warren J. Gross (McGill University, Canada)
11:10-11:35A Genetically Encoded Autonomous Bioluminescent Voltage Indicator for Neural Imaging
Luke Theogarajan (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
11:35-12:00Auditory brain models for the localization and identification of sound
César D. Salvador (Perception R&D, Lima, Peru)
13:30-13:55Trend of IoT and 5G Edge Computing
Norikatsu Takaura (Hitachi, Ltd., Japan)
13:55-14:20Practical and Mathematical investigation for bio-sonar strategy of bats
Yasufumi Yamada (Hiroshima University, Japan)
14:20-14:45Hierarchical Decentralized Control Mechanism Underlying Brittle Stars’ Locomotion
Takeshi Kano (Tohoku University, Japan)
14:45-15:10The visual attention at the hand-movement goal
Wei Wu (Tohoku University, Japan)
15:25-15:50Analog CMOS Neural Network for Edge Computing
Shigeo Sato (Tohoku University, Japan)
15:50-16:15In-Hardware Training Chip Based on CMOS Invertible Logic for Machine Learning
Naoya Onizawa (Tohoku University, Japan)
16:15-16:40Capacity of fully binarized convolutional neural network
Martin Lukac (School of Science and Technology, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan)
16:55-17:20Prefiltering Using Reflectionless Transmission-Line Model for Speech Recognition in Noise Environment
Takemori Orima (Tohoku University, Japan)
17:20-17:45Comparison of the effect of auditory spatial attention in front and back space
Ryo Teraoka (Kumamoto University, Japan)
17:45-18:10Enhancement and suppression in selective visual attention
Søren K. Andersen (University of Aberdeen, UK)
18:10-18:15Closing remarks