Turing 2012: International Conference on Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

March 27, 2012 - March 28, 2012
Department of Philosophy, De La Salle University

2401 Taft Avenue
Manila 1004
Philippines

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All speakers:

Arnulfo Azcarraga
De La Salle University
New York University
Mette Kristine Hansen
Bergen University
Stephen Lillie
British Embassy Manila
Napoleon Mabaquiao
De La Salle University
Catherine Pelachaud
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

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Robert James Boyles
De La Salle University
Mark Anthony Dacela
De La Salle University
Jeremiah Joven Joaquin
De La Salle University

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Turing 2012: International Conference on Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science is a two-day conference that will focus on the different academic fields influenced by English logician, mathematician, and computer scientist Alan Turing. It will focus on areas directly influenced by Turing, like philosophy, artificial intelligence, computer science, theories of computing, mathematics, cryptography, biology, and psychology. It will also feature topics which could also be associated to Turing, such as gender studies, international relations, and developments in cyberspace. Among the suggested topics include the following: Computer science, computing and cognitive science; Singularity, artificial intelligence and consciousness; Internet crimes, code-breaking and cryptography; LGBT issues, policies and legislation; and Cyberspace and the future of international relations.

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March 27, 2012, 6:00am +08:00

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