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Invited Talk – Matthew Spencer

Matthew Spencer will be speaking at the Whitehead Lecture at Goldsmiths College on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at 4pm. Check out the poster for details!

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Publication: Zombie mouse in a Chinese room

We have a new publication in Philosophy & Technology entitled Zombie mouse in a Chinese room. Abstract John Searle’s Chinese Room Argument (CRA) purports to demonstrate that syntax is not sufficient for semantics, and hence that because computation cannot yield

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PT-AI Oxford Presentation

Mark Bishop of Goldsmiths College, University of London, in collaboration with Thomas Tanay, Slawek Nasuto, Matt Spencer, and Etienne Roesch, presented “Playing Hex with Aunt Hilary” at Philosophy & Theory of Artificial Intelligence in Oxford. Abstract here: Playing HeX with Aunt

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SMLC Bergamo 2013 Presentation

Matthew Spencer presented “Emergent representations from distributed interactive dynamics” at the Synthetic Modelling of Life and Cognition conference in Bergamo. Slides are available here: 2013-09 PT-AI Bergamo. Abstract is available here: SMLC2013 Abstract.

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Welcome, Maryam and Sajeel!

Maryam Karimi Domal and Saheel Ahmed have joined us for a summer project investigating strong anticipation in coupled oscillator models.

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Welcome, Jamie!

Jamie Blake has joined our group as a PhD researcher investigating the nature of anticipation.

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Welcome back, Kat!

Katherine Heseltine-Flynn has rejoined our group for a summer project where she will be developing an online motor imagery BCI.

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First EEG measurements in the new lab

The EEG measurement rooms in the BEL lab are now ready for use. Both EEG rooms are finally fully operational and available for use by members of the lab. We have begun conducting EEG measurements in the new space. Here

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Build me a brain

Ben Whalley, Immy Smith, and Slawek Nasuto from our lab, among others, discuss the progress and challenges of building a brain.

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A new BCI study commented on by our own Dr Ian Daly!

How the brain controls a ‘mind machine’ By Melissa Hogenboom, Science reporter, BBC News Activity observed in the brain when using a “mind machine” is similar to how the brain learns new motor skills, scientists have found. [Full Article]

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