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Artificial Cognitive Systems

2016HT

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School Computer and Information Science (CIS)
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Owner Tom Ziemke

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Course plan

No of lectures

Approximately 10 lectures/seminars.

Recommended for

PhD students (and possibly masters students) in cognitive science and computer science. The course could also be interesting for PhD students in psychology, neuroscience, philosophy or other areas overlapping with the cognitive sciences.

The course was last given

The course has not been given in Linköping before, but has been given in similar form by my colleague David Vernon in Skövde, Munich and Genova.

Goals

Prerequisites

Some background in the cognitive sciences or artificial intelligence.

Organization

Contents

The nature of cognition. Paradigms of cognitive science. Cognitive architectures. Autonomy. Embodiment. Development and learning. Memory and prospection. Knowledge and representation. Social cognition and interaction. Distributed cognitive systems.

Literature

D Vernon (2014). Artificial Cognitive Systems: A Primer. MIT Press.

Lecturers

Tom Ziemke

Examiner

Tom Ziemke

Examination

Mandatory seminar participation, presentations and coursework.

Credit

7.5 hp

Comments

Course content can be adapted to some degree to the composition/backgrounds of the students taking it.


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