Dr. Konrad Kording is a professor at University of Pennsylvania, known for his contributions to the fields of motor control, neural data methods, and computational neuroscience. He runs the Kording Lab, or K-Lab, which focused on computational neuroscience early on and now focuses on causality in data science applications. His lab has made an impact across many fields over time, including Bayesian brains, causal effects in human behavior, and uncertainty in the brain.
In part 2 of this interview with Dr. Konrad Kording, Matt Taylor and Dr. Kording exchange ideas about motor representations in the brain, intentionality, time-warping in neurons, and causality. A video of their conversation is available on the HTM School YouTube channel.