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COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Central Limit Theorem, Random Variable, Posterior Probability
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Module 1 - September 13th, 2016 Rosenberg 1996 - The Philosophical Impulse and Where it Leads What even IS philosophy? Online definition: the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, a...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture 1: September 15th, 2016 Readings
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE - Foundations of Computational Agents - AI = field that studies synthesis and analysis of computational agents that act intelligently. - Agent: something that acts in a...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Random Variable, Possible World, Astronomical Image Processing System
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Planning in deterministic domains How to represent actions: the STRIP representation Forward Planning Planning in stochastic domains Singlestage deciion problems Decision networks Sequential Decision *****problems****...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Philip Kitcher, The Philosophical Review, Thought Experiment
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Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 Thomas Bittner Agenda What is philosophy The (changing) relationship bet. Philosophy and science Some philosophical processes: 2 methods used by philosophers (w examples) Some philosophica...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Type Physicalism, Dualism, Alfred Von Wurzbach
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TO STUDY - Are knowledge and rationality sufficient for intelligence? - Must knowledge be represented? - What are best ways to represent knowledge - What is it to represent something - How d...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Stage Illusions, Visual Angle, Musical Tone
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Sensation and Perception - Philosophy MODULE 3 October 20th, 2016 - Perception as a source of accurate knowledge representations - The object of perception (What kind of thing do we see?) - Illusions a...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Knowledge Representation And Reasoning
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Perception as a source of accurate knowledge representations. The object of perception what kind of thing do we see? Illusions and the Causal Theory of Perception Perceptual Processing (how do we see?) THere are three mod...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Empty Spaces, Anosognosia, Scattering
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Filling in -- according to Dennett, this is not safe, or innocent temporizing, but actually a source of deep confusion and error. - Basically, filling in always suggests too much. - Auditory filling in is...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Amenable Group, Viral Hepatitis, Natural Language Generation
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Thursday, September 15th, 2016 Fill out Background Interest Questionnaire. Artificial Intelligence in Movies - Frankenstein, Young frankenstein, Metrolist, A space Odyssey, i,ROBOT, Terminator, Her Arti...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Stage Illusions, Extended Cognition, Frontal Lobe
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November 10, 2016 One traditional model of the mind. 1. Input/perception 2. Processing and storage/cognition and memory 3. Output/action See Think Do On this model, perception and action are PERIPHE...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Klinik, Lesion, Donald Broadbent
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AGENDA 1. Research Ethics 2. Three stages in the history of psychology a. Introspectionism and describing the mind b. Behaviourism and the laws of psychology c. Cognitivism and ma...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Avail, Wayfinding, Location, Location, Location
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NOVEMBER 15TH, 2016 Misapprehension: Last time, a certain model of the mind was described (The CS), and was applied to some research in Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) - The CS applies to ITS to some degree - ...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Communication Accommodation Theory
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NOVEMBER 17th, 2016 Goals today - The perception/production link - Effects of production on perception - Effects of perception on production - In individuals - In interac...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Scientific Law, Mental Model, Inattentional Blindness
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New type of skeptical reasoning about visual experience The impression of visual awareness of the environment in full detail and high resolution is illusory. No argues that th...

Cognitive Systems Program
COGS 200
Tom Bittner
COGS 200 Lecture 2: Linguistics_ The Complexity of Language
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SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2016 Cognitive A system is cognitive, if it can think (process information), and act on what it thinks. We might say that a cognitive system is someone (or something) whose behaviour is understandable in te...

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Tom Bittner

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