Humans spend a lifetime learning, storing and refining a repertoire of motor memories appropriate for the multitude of tasks we perform, whether that's playing the piano, learning sign language or peeling a banana. However, it is unknown what principle underlies the way our continuous stream of sensorimotor experience is segmented into separate memories and how we adapt and use this growing repertoire.
Professor Girolami is the Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Cambridge where he also holds the Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in Data Centric Engineering (DCE).
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