The AISB2010 Convention, Leicester, 29th March -- 1st April.
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Bold titles: Invited talks: 45 minute slots. (Titles are links to details).Further Details
Italic titles: Submitted papers: 30 minute slots. ([*]=link to details).
Poster presesntations: Listed at end. ([*]=link to details).
Boards for posters were in the 'common area' used for refreshment breaks.
WEDNESDAY 31st MARCH 2010 0845-0900 General Introduction and Welcome Jackie Chappell (Chair) See the proceedings preface 0900-0945 The Design-Based Approach to the Study of Mind Aaron Sloman (with help from the other organisers) 0945-1030 AI-Inspired Biology: Does AI Have Something to Contribute to Biology? Jackie Chappell and Susannah Thorpe 1030-1100 Coffee Break 1100-1145 Why Can't We Build Robots that are as Clever as Crows? Murray Shanahan 1145-1215 [*]The Logic of Robotics Inspired Biology Martin Huelse and Mark Lee [2-minute poster 'adverts' NOW POSTPONED See Below] 1215-1415 Lunch and Keynote (at Phoenix Square) Giorgio Metta's talk is 1300-1400 1415-1500 The Role of Vision and Attention in Language Processing Antje Meyer 1500-1530 [*]Constructing Emotions: Epistemological Groundings and Robotics' Applications for a Synthetic Approach to Emotions Luisa Damiano and Lola Caqamero 1530-1600 Coffee Break 1600-1645 Biological and Cultural Foundations of Human Language: Insights From Computer Simulations NICK Chater 1645-1715 [*]AI, Attachment Theory and Simulating Secure Base Behaviour: Dr. Bowlby meet the Reverend Bayes Dean Petters and Everett Waters 1715-1735 Short 'adverts' for AIIB Posters (Provisional time, pending final information about Convention poster sessions.) 1735-1805 (or later) Discussion Session ========================================================================== THURSDAY 1st APRIL 2010 0900-0945 Social Cognition: Views From Developmental and Comparative Psychology, and Robotics on the Role of Emotion in Joint Attention Kim A. Bard 0945-1015 [*]Advancing Knowledge of Cognitive Development Sequences in Infancy Frank Guerin 1015-1030 Discussion Session 1030-1100 Coffee Break 1100-1130 [*]Modeling Visual Affordances: The Selective Attention for Action Model (SAAM) Christoph Boehme and Dietmar Heinke 1130-1200 [*]Route Learning Through Classification Bart Baddeley, Paul Graham, Andrew Philippides and Philip Husbands 1200-1230 Demonstrations Nick Hawes: presentation of video sequence from the CogX project Susannah Thorpe: cognitive problems in primate behaviours. 1230-1400 Lunch (AISB AGM -- No keynote talk. at Phoenix Square) 1400-1445 Forward and Inverse Models in Motor Control and Cognitive Control Richard P. Cooper 1445-1530 The Adaptive Nature of Reward: A Computational Framework for Understanding Intrinsic Motivation Richard L. Lewis 1530-1600 Coffee Break 1600-1645 Causal Networks in Neural Systems: from Brain-Based Devices to Consciousness Anil Seth 1650-1800 Concluding Discussion Session Introduced by Margaret Boden
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