Posted on Mar 28, 2017 UTC by inkycatz

Our scientists have let us know that they’re ready to evaluate challenges ALM-11 and V1-19. Great job, everyone - we’ll be taking those down tomorrow around 5pm Pacific time, and replacing them with fresh challenges.

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Posted on Mar 27, 2017 UTC by inkycatz

We’ve returned to the Anterior Lateral Motor Cortex (ALM) for our current challenge. Please note there is also no gold standard available, so we’re especially looking forward to everyone’s contributions. You will also note some color changes based on community feedback. We look forward to hearing your input about these on the forums.

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Posted on Mar 24, 2017 UTC by szetor

Mouse-V1-19 is now open for tracing. Check out the notes provided by the scientists at AIBS here.

We also recieved some very good results regarding the traces from some of the previous challenges. A post with more details will be provided very shortly, so stay tuned.

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Posted on Mar 23, 2017 UTC by szetor

We have been notified by the scientists at the AIBS that both Mouse-ALM-09 and Human-TC-02 look completed. Nice work players. Due to issues on our end (apologies to everyone!) the scientists were unable to view the total work done or leave comments for some number of days. This resulted in more ‘false positives’, traces where there is actually no neuron, than usual.

Both of the completed challenges will be replaced very shortly. Expect new challenges at 5pm, one today and another tomorrow. In the meantime please direct your attention to Mouse-ALM-10. Thank you all for your continued contributions and hard work!

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