UConn neuroscientist Edward Large studies how the brain responds to music. Even when it’s not listening to a tune, the brain has rhythmic patterns of activity. These rhythms help us make predictions about the world: particularly about what is going to happen in the next few seconds. Large used these insights about rhythm to design a new type of artificial intelligence (AI) that can make predictions about music and express them as dancing colored lights. This AI is called Synchrony, and this video is what it looks like.