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COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Weak Ai, Formal System, Digitality

Announcements: Utism.cogsci.ca COG250 Test Workshop. Friday, January 19th 3-5pm. SS2106. Tutorials begin this Friday, January 19th. Will be covering test 2 and paper 2. Lecture: Review of last lecture: How to use ...

Cognitive Science
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John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture 10: Lecture 10
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Cogsci Lecture (February 2)  Monday, February 2, 2015  1:16 PM  This lecture is about trying to turn neural networks into strong AI. A key person who is trying to do this is Geoffrey Hinton.    Review  The Frame P...

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COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Long-Term Memory
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Lecture 5 -- How Memory Really Works Monday, October 6, 2014 1:15 PM • We are continuing to talk about memory, since we believe it is essential to all of the theories we have looked at so far • Loftus and...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Gestalt Psychology, Darpa, Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation
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November 10 Lecture – Insight Problem Solving ▯ ▯ Note: Sorry these notes aren’t as nice-looking as usual, I was writing in Word instead of OneNote since my laptop is currently being repaired. I hope they ar...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Multiple Realizability, Lightning, Zygote
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❖ Week 22 ❖ Reminder: Descartes argument for dualism ❖ not technically valid ➢ saving it via essence? no good ➢ inference to the best explanation? ok… ▪ substance dualism does explain why mind seems to...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Phenology, Searchlight
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1. Lecture 9 – November 28,2016 a. Attention: you pay attention by using cognitive unison -> share a common goal; b. What does integration process look like? 2. Experiment-> pro tapping an objec...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Psychopathy, Language Transfer, Paul Morphy
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LECTURE 8 New college M110 Anderson Friday 1-3 CASA -> office 1. Core of intelligence is to avoid combinatory explosion a. Copy noel or devan’s notes 2. The search inference fram work have -> can sp...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Multiple Realizability, Dime (United States Coin), Weak Ai
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Lecture 11 1. First section: short essay answers 2. Second section: essay [state a thesis clearly] a. May refer to short essay answer in long essay answer b. Make argumentative answer in the ...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Qualia, Weak Ai, Noam Chomsky
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- Secondly, when you giving me an argument they are are reasoning you are acting on purpose by pursing goal and SR doesn't act on purpose and no way that matter is acting on purpose - the mind cannot ...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Analytic Geometry, Qualia, World View
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- Artificial intelligence not a new idea, although recent success is making it very popular right now/news- worthy Chances of it changing society are now coming to fruition Likely to result in 45% increase in...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation, Psychopathy, Procedural Programming
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How to test it ? give an insight problem and see which of the two people will have higher chance of solving insight problem : if people who had success of solving previous problem or people who had failed of solving proble...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture 12: lecture 12
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Search inference framework computational theory seems to take precedent much more rigorous theoretical framework Gestalt is much more general problem solving as something like perception (not very descriptive) Indicatin...

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COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture 17: lecture 17
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Found that there was a very strong concordance between heart rate and FOW (charts looked the same) there is a physiological change > your level of arousal something is different when engaging insight Level of arousal is mi...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture 13: Lecture 13
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12. De young , Flanders , and Peterson 2008 u of t people a. Breaking frame i. Gave people a task called the anonymous card sorting task ii.Anonymous sorting task 1. Flash picture of playing cards not too fast or too slow ...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
COG250Y1 Lecture 12: lecture 12
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Transparency to Opacity :instead of looking through pro then of looking at the pro normally Im looking through my glasses> glasses are transparent to me normally and sometimes i have to clean it i would look at my glasses ...

Cognitive Science
COG250Y1
John Vervaeke
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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