Kinds of Intelligence Workshop 1

June 24, 2021 - June 25, 2021

This event is online

Selected speakers:

Columbia University
Johns Hopkins University
Washington University in St. Louis
University College, Galway
University of California, Berkeley
Iona College

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We’re excited to announce the programme for the first online Kinds of Intelligence workshop coming up next week, featuring talks by Zanna Clay, John Danaher, Julia Haas, Carl Craver, David Barack, Simon Brown, Robyn R. Waller & Russell Waller, and Alison Gopnik.

This will be the first in a series of workshops run by the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence held this year in lieu of our usual conference and explores the philosophy and cognitive science of non-human minds.

The workshop will be held on zoom – please register free of charge at the links below to receive links. Registration for the 24th:

Registration for the 25th:

Schedule (all times are UK - BST).

24th June

1-3pm: Symposium: “Emotional Intelligence”

Zanna Clay: “The origins of empathy: Insights from our great ape relatives”

John Danaher: “Rage against the machines: On loving and hating robots”

Julia Haas: “The evaluative mind”

3.30-5pm: Keynote Talk

Carl Craver: “Remembering and witnessing”

25th June

4-5.30pm: Short Talks

David Barack: “Extended intelligence”

Simon Brown: “Narratives, reinforcement learning & death in other animals”

Robyn R. Waller & Russell Waller: “The machine mind: Beyond transparent biases” 

6-7.30pm: Keynote Talk

Alison Gopnik: “Three ages and three intelligences: explore, exploit, care”

For more information about this workshop and future events, please go to our website at

Looking forward to (virtually) seeing some of you there!

Henry Shevlin & Ali Boyle

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June 24, 2021, 1:00pm BST

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