Speaking of Andy Clark and Alva Noë in the previous posting, here is Noë writing for NPR set to continue in another installment.
Here is an interview conducted by Howard Rheingold, as he says motivated by Andy’s Natural-Born Cyborgs. Note Andy’s reference to stigmergic (swarm) behavior though he doesn’t actually use the term. (Via David Livingstone Smith and Mirko Farina).
Check out the ms of Colin Klein’s critical notice (forthcoming in Journal of Mind and Behavior) of Rob Rupert, something I’ve been trailing for some time.
This is WILD – is this Andy Clark’s Natural-Born Cyborgs coming to full fruition? Thanks to my collaborator Marge Doyle for sending this my way. Check out this Award Abstract from the NSF and check out this paper by members of the Mobile Sensing Group at Dartmouth. Abstract Neural signals are everywhere just like mobile phones. We propose to…
Here’s a report in The New York Times It was a primitive trip with a sophisticated goal: to understand how heavy use of digital devices and other technology changes how we think and behave, and how a retreat into nature might reverse those effects.
Here is my introduction to the themed issue of Cognitive Systems Research. The full collection is now available here.
The articles comprising the themed issue of Cognitive Systems Research are now available from the publisher’s Articles in Press page. Note from Elsevier: The section “Articles in Press” contains peer reviewed accepted articles to be published in this journal. When the final article is assigned to an issue of the journal, the “Article in Press”…