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Cognitics By Jean-Daniel Dessimoz
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Computers, robots, computer networks and mechatronic systems invade the field of cognition: computations, games, translations, computer vision, speech recognition, replication by robots of movements... More > taught by gestures. This is the field of automated cognition, "Cognitics". Now what is intelligence, learning, or abstraction? How to assess complexity? How much knowledge is required to play « heads or tails »? The classical theories had not answered these questions accurately, quantitatively, technically. The book does. It discusses again some classical bases and then offers for the first time in an integrated form, illustrated with many examples, and yet concisely, the main elements of the "MCS" theory for cognitive sciences, gradually developed, demonstrated and published by the author in the scientific literature, in the past decades.< Less
Cognitics By Jean-Daniel Dessimoz
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Computers, robots, computer networks and mechatronic systems invade the field of cognition: computations, games, translations, computer vision, speech recognition, replication by robots of movements... More > taught by gestures. This is the field of automated cognition, "Cognitics". Now what is intelligence, learning, or abstraction? How to assess complexity? How much knowledge is required to play « heads or tails »? The classical theories had not answered these questions accurately, quantitatively, technically. The book does. It discusses again some classical bases and then offers for the first time in an integrated form, illustrated with many examples, and yet concisely, the main elements of the "MCS" theory for cognitive sciences, gradually developed, demonstrated and published by the author in the scientific literature, in the past decades.< Less
Cognition By Kevin Cunliffe
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A masterpiece you will carry in your pocket everywhere you go. you will have the ability to know any thought that anyone is simply thinking. all you need is your business cards and a pen yet at no... More > point do you get to see anything and they hold the cards and the card holder< Less
The Emergence Of Cognition By Timothy Mead
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Another part of the puzzle: we think (or as Descartes said, we THINK we think!), but where did this interesting faculty come from? If you accept the usual ridiculous theories, mostly they avoid this... More > pivotal question, and those that don't put it down to 'god', 'spirit', 'destiny', or some other equally non-existent 'force'. It's not a complicated question, and it's not difficult to figure out a meaningful answer. But mostly we don't bother.< Less
Hypersymbolic Cognition By Transylvania University photography students
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This book is a collection of images made over the course of two semesters for a Hypersymbolic Cognition photography project at Transylvania Univeristy.
Hypersymbolic Cognition By Transylvania University photography students
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This book is a collection of images made over the course of two semesters for a Hypersymbolic Cognition photography project at Transylvania Univeristy.
Imaginative Cognition By Nozomi Hayase
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'Imaginative cognition -An Exploration for a New Social Form' is a search for a cognitive capacity that is emerging in this global age. The author heralds the advent of a new social science that... More > looks beneath the phenomena that mirror our consciousness, penetrating into a deeper reality wherein lies our innate source of creativity. In this phase of evolution in thinking lies the seed of an emerging global social form, which can be found through transcending culture. This shift in consciousness becomes a living portal into our universal human nature. With this insight, the author finds in the modern phenomena of globalization and in the spirit of America a pivotal framework for this emerging potential. She examines what lies in the heart of America, and identifies its destiny as an archetype of human realization.< Less
Cognitive Intersections By Matthew Malette
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Abstract How can creativity be fostered in a school setting? This paper examines creativity through the lenses of neurology, psychology, art, and education. With the end in mind: a creative and... More > productive individual, this study reviews literature about the characteristics of such a person. Creativity is a result of the individual and the environment. A creative individual is characterized by persistent inquisitiveness, the ability to frame questions, and the ability to be alone. Creative individuals intimately know their specific domains and internalize the domain’s norms, which makes feedback instantaneous allowing creative people to work efficiently and produce prolifically. Modeling questioning techniques, encouraging note taking and drawing, and rewarding risk taking are techniques that educators can promote to foster creativity.< Less
Cognitive Resonance By Gerald Kenney
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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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