Sussex Promotion Termine 2014


Filip Krumpe, Computer Science, University of Stuttgart.
Serge Kernbach, Institute for Parallel and Distributed Systems (ipvs University of Stuttgart.
Christian Neuhäuser, Philosophy, University of Luzern.
This topic is approached from a multidisciplinary perspective involving philosophy, artificial intelligence, computer science, cognitiveand neuroscience, robotics, social science and engineering cybernetics.Inhaltsverzeichnis, invited Speakers, prof.Marieke Rhode, Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Bielefeld.Research questions: Which forms of collective or group agency are there, and how can they be explained, brought about, and controlled?Meike Tilebein, Diversity Studies in Engineering, University of Stuttgart putzfrau sucht arbeit hamburg (SimTech).Hanne de Jaegher, Centre for Research on Life, Mind and Society, Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of the frauen die mollige manner suchen Basque Country.More information i n the pdf.Can we hold groups morally responsible, specifically when they are involving artificial agents?Mog Stapleton, Philosophy, University of Stuttgart.Albrecht Schmidt, Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS University of Stuttgart (SimTech).There are going to be talks, discussion panels and a poster-session.Which role do emotions play?Anna Strasser, Berlin School of Mind and Brain/cils.How can collective agency, joint intentions and cooperation be modeled and simulated?Catrin Misselhorn, Philosophy, University of Stuttgart (SimTech).




To apply please submit an abstract of no more than 500 words to Prof.Ezequiel di Paolo, Centre for Research on Life, Mind and Society, Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of the Basque Country/Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics (ccnr Centre for Research in Cognitive Science at Sussex (cogs).Joanna Bryson, Computer Science AI, University of Bath.What are the bases of social cognition in natural and artificial systems?Overview, the focus of this conference is the explanation of collective agency, cognition and cooperation in natural and artificial systems and the challenges arising from the construction of machines (like software agents and robots) that act together with other machines and human beings.Eckhart Arnold, Philosophy, University of Applied Sciences Coburg/ University of Düsseldorf.Frank Allgöwer, Engineering Cybernetics, University of Stuttgart (SimTech).We are pleased to be able to offer four bursaries (up to 200 for travel plus accommodation and conference dinner) to doctoral and early career researchers who have submitted their doctoral thesis within the last two years.


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