I was in New York yesterday and gave a talk at NYU in a joint Center for Neural Science and Courant Institute seminar. My slides are here. The talk is an updated version of the talk I gave before and summarized here. The new parts include recent work on applying the model to Autism (see here) and some new work on resolving why mutual inhibition models of binocular rivalry do not reproduce Levelt’s fourth proposition, which states that as the contrast is decreased to both eyes, the dominance time of the percepts increases. I will summarize the results of that work in detail when we finish the paper.