Marco D’Alessandro, specialist in Cognitive Neuroscience, new member of the Neuraptic Labs team.

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His background in Cognitive Science reinforces our line of research in multimodal learning as Multimodality (the ability to process and integrate information of a diverse nature) is an inherent capacity of the human brain.

 

Marco d’Alessandro joined Neuraptic Labs, the Artificial Intelligence development lab of Neuraptic AI, on 31 March. 

His background in Cognitive Science reinforces our line of research in multimodal learning as Multimodality (the ability to process and integrate information of a diverse nature) is an inherent capacity of the human brain.

We are very proud to welcome Marco D’Alessandro to our team, a brilliant mind who joins Neuraptic AI to help us in our mission to build bridges between human and machine intelligence. 

The Neuraptic Labs of Neuraptic AI is growing and it is exciting and extremely motivating to surround ourselves with such talented and enthusiastic people. 

Welcome aboard Marco, let’s keep researching, advancing and revolutionizing! 

 

 

 

  • Ph.D. in Cognitive Science, Data Scientist and postdoctoral researcher in Computational Cognitive Modeling at the National Research Council of Italy.
  • Master in Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Author and reviewer for several international peer-reviewed journals in several topics ranging from Neuroscience, Statistical Modeling and Artificial Intelligence.
  • Programmer, Cognitive Scientist, Machine Learning enthusiast, interested in bridging the gap between Human and Machine Intelligence.

// Link > Marco D’Alessandro’s profile on Linkedin

 

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