Biological and Artificial Minds
Astor Crown Plaza New Orleans French Quarter, 739
New Orleans 70130
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BIOLOGICAL AND ARTIFICIAL MINDS
In his Essay titled "The New Science of Mind. A Forecast of the major problems
scientists need to Solve," the Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel wrote in 2006,
”Understanding the human mind in biological terms has emerged as the central
challenge for science in the 21st century. We want to understand the biological
nature of perception, learning, memory, thought, consciousness and the limits of
"Biology of Mind" continues to prove itself as an ever-expanding network of
traditional and emergent disciplines, researching collaboratively to synthesize a
holistic model of the human mind and its relationship to the brain. Deeply rooted
in cognitive science, it is at the intersection of the philosophy of the mind,
neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, and computer science.
The session's goal is to synchronize this tradition's findings with current
developments in technologies of intelligent systems. New theories of mind and
consciousness focusing on brain technologies have gradually shifted research from
biological to a more technological approach to the brain & mind interaction.
We invite contributions from philosophy, psychology, biology, neuroscience, and
other relevant disciplines to present ongoing research in biology and technologies of
mind. Topics can be from but not restricted to the following areas:
- Mental representation
- Artificial and neural computation
- Brain-computer interfaces
- Conscious agents
- Language and meaning
- Cultural neuroscience
- Emotional response
- Ethics and moral cognition
Please send your abstracts (300-500 words) to
by September, 10th, 2023.
For more information contact:
Elize Bisanz [email protected]
Roman Taraban [email protected]
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