The Brain-Score platform aims to yield strong computational models of the brain and mind. We enable researchers to quickly get a sense of the alignment of their model(s) to currently dozens of neural and behavioral measurements, and provide these models to experimentalists to prototype new experiments and make sense of biological data.
If you’re new to Brain-Score, our documentation and tutorials are a good place to get started.
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- Brain-Score Vision: Evaluate computational models of brain function on their match to brain measurements in vision (human and non-human primate)
- Brain-Score Language: Evaluate computational models of brain function on their match to brain measurements in language
- Brain-Score Core: Infrastructure shared across domains, e.g. submission handling, plugin management, and evaluation
- Brain-Score Web: The Brain-Score website, www.brain-score.org