Dodig-Crnkovic, Gordana

Representation and Reality in Humans, Other Living Organisms and Intelligent Machines

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Table of contents

Part I. Cognitive Perspectives

1. Information and Reference
Terrence W. Deacon

2. Modelling Empty Representations: The Case of Computational Models of Hallucination
Marcin Miłkowski

3. Life is Precious Because it is Precarious: Individuality, Mortality and the Problem of Meaning
Tom Froese

4. Language Processing, Computational Representational Theory of Mind and Embodiment: Inferences on Verbs
J. Ezquerro, M. Iza

Part II. Computational Perspectives

5. Knowledge, Representation and the Dynamics of Computation
Jan van Leeuwen, Jiří Wiedermann

6. Abstraction and Representation in Living Organisms: When Does a Biological System Compute?
Dominic Horsman, Viv Kendon, Susan Stepney, J. P. W. Young

7. The Information-Theoretic and Algorithmic Approach to Human, Animal, and Artificial Cognition
Nicolas Gauvrit, Hector Zenil, Jesper Tegnér

8. Using Computational Models of Object Recognition to Investigate Representational Change Through Development
Dean Petters, John Hummel, Martin Jüttner, Elley Wakui, Jules Davidoff

Part III. Natural Sciences Perspectives

9. The Quantum Field Theory (QFT) Dual Paradigm in Fundamental Physics and the Semantic Information Content and Measure in Cognitive Sciences
Gianfranco Basti

10. Reality Construction in Cognitive Agents Through Processes of Info-computation
Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic, Rickard Haugwitz

Part IV. Philosophical Perspectives

11. The Relevance of Language for the Problem of Representation
Raffaela Giovagnoli

12. Consciousness and Hyletics in Humans, Animals and Machines
Angela Ales Bello

13. Matter, Representation and Motion in the Phenomenology of the Mind
Roberta Lanfredini

Part V. Logical Perspectives

14. From the Structures of Opposition Between Similarity and Dissimilarity Indicators to Logical Proportions
Henri Prade, Gilles Richard

15. A “Distinctive” Logic for Ontologies and Semantic Search Engines
Ferdinando Cavaliere

16. Being Aware of Rational Animals
Jean-Yves Beziau

Part VI. Machine Perspectives

17. Simple or Complex Bodies? Trade-offs in Exploiting Body Morphology for Control
Matej Hoffmann, Vincent C. Müller

18. On the Realism of Human and Machine Representational Constraints: A Functionalist Account on Cognitive Ontologies
David Zarebski

19. Would Super-Human Machine Intelligence Really Be Super-Human?
Philip Larrey

Keywords: Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Philosophy of Science, Computational Intelligence

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Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics
Information Technology, Telecommunications
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