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Cooperative Molecular Behavior of Viruses – Luis P. Villarreal

Luis P. Villarreal talks about "Can viruses make us human? Addiction and cooperation as viral". Open conference organized by the Centre For Philosophy of...

Scale: The Search for Simplicity and Unity in the Complexity of...

Dr. Geoffrey West is a theoretical physicist whose primary interests have been in fundamental questions in physics, especially those concerning the elementary particles, their...

Vitamin D Mushrooms

Why do we need Vitamin D? Vitamin D, which is really more like a hormone than a vitamin, is essential for healthy bones and strong...

Intuition Vs Rationality

Can we trust our intuitions? Daniel Kahneman reveals where we can and cannot trust instincts, exploring the machinery of the mind and the two...

Rosalind Picard: Affective Computing & Emotion Technology

More than fifteen years ago Rosalind Picard set out to build the first computational systems to recognize and respond intelligently to emotion. She and...

Ambient IQ: Intelligence Anywhere and Everywhere

Ambient data, collected through sensor networks and mobile devices, is transforming our physical environment into a ubiquitous experience which is personalized, context-aware, and responsive...

Ambient Intelligence – Fulvio Corno of Politecnico di Torino [Playlist]

Videos of the class lectures of the university course "Ambient intelligence: technology and design" held at Politecnico di Torino in year 2014/2015. Instructors: Fulvio Corno,...

Grady Booch on Computing: The Human Experience – "I Think, Therefore...

"Computational intelligence is the manifest destiny of computer science." — Ed FeigenbaumIs the mind computable? Can we build sentient machines? What are the implications for...

Michael Tarr : I Would Kill For A Pigeon

Abstract The study of biological intelligence can be summed up by this quip from Terry Pratchett: "Real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time.” Put a...

AI, Its Metaphors, and Their Mutations – Hamid Ekbia

ABSTRACTThat human cognition is inherently metaphorical is as much a fact of ordinary thinking as it is of science and engineering, where metaphors loom...

What Can Mathematics Teach Us About Mind/Brain?

Philosophy meets mathematics meets neuroscience in this roundtable investigating how cutting-edge mathematical models are elucidating the computational rules encoding brain functions and the implications...

Rupert Sheldrake – Biology of Transformation – The Morphic Field (Morphic...

Dr Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of more than 75 scientific papers and ten books, including Seven Experiments That Could Change The World....

Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong with Video

An extended conversation with the legendary linguist If one were to rank a list of civilization's greatest and most elusive intellectual challenges, the problem of...
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