Whatever Next? Predictive Brains, Situated Agents, and the Future of Cognitive Science Andy Clark. Summarized by Eun Seok Lee BioIntelligence Lab 20 Sep, 2012. Abstract. “Brains are essentially prediction machines .”
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Summarized by EunSeok Lee
20 Sep, 2012
1. Prediction Machines
2. Representation, Inference, and the Continuity of Perception, Cognition, and Action
3. From Action-Oriented Predictive Processing to an Architecture of Mind.
4. Content and Consciousness
5. Taking Stock (Discussion & Conclusion)
1.1 From Helmholtz to Action-Oriented Predictive Processing
1.2 Escaping the Black Box
1.3 Dynamic Predictive Coding by the Retina
1.4 Another Illustration: Binocular Rivalry
1.5 Action-Oriented Predictive Processing
1.6 The Free Energy Formulation
20 C. ~
2.1 Explaining Away
2.2 Encoding, Inference, and the ‘Bayesian Brain’
2.3 The Delicate Dance Between Top-Down and Bottom-Up
Belletto, A View of Old Market in Schoessergasse
(adapted from Daniel Dennett, Sweet Dream)
3.1 The Neural Evidence
3.2 Scope and Limits
3.3 Neatsversus Scruffies (21st Century Replay).
3.4 Situated Agents
4.1 Agency and Experience
4.2 Illuminating Experience: The Case of Delusions
4.3 Perception, Imagery, and the Senses
4.4 Sensing and World
5.1 Comparison with Standard Computationalism
5.2 Conclusions: Towards A Grand Unified Theory of the Mind?