Computational psychology


  Room 1.17, Dugald Stewart Building, 3 Charles Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9AD
09.00--09.45 Mark Sprevak, 'Dividing the sea: Pluralism about computational identity'
09.45--10.30 Joe Dewhurst, 'Two problems with Piccinini's account of teleological functions'
  Coffee break
10.45--11.30 Alistair Isaac, 'A "formal" approach to naturalistic computation'
11.30--12.15 Matt Crosby, 'Can generative adversarial networks inform our understanding of embodied predictive processing?'
  Lunch break
  Room  LG.09, David Hume Tower, George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JX
13.15--14.00 Luke Kersten, 'Resolving two tensions in 4E cognition using wide computationalism'
14.00--14.45 Mike Wheeler, 'Extended physical symbol systems'
  Coffee break
15.00--15.45 Marcin Milkowski, 'Is morphological computation a special type of computation?'

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Dr Mark Sprevak

Mar 27 2017 -

Computational psychology

27 Mar 2017: 1-day workshop

Various. Please see programme details.