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2011 SFI Ulam Lectures

Ulam Memorial Lectures: Cognitive Ubiquity, by David Krakauer 2011 - 2011 Ulam Lecture Series Reading list and Videos

David Krakauer Aug. 31, 2011 Krakauer will recount the evolution of life on Earth focusing on the advent of increasingly complex forms of behavior and thought, identifying the common principles of intelligent biological systems.

  • Representation, Algorithms, and Strategy

Ulam Memorial Lectures: Cognitive Ubiquity: The Evolution of Intelligence on Earth Part One: Invasion of the Inferential Cell by David Krakauer Aug. 30, 2011

  • Starting with our efforts to define and measure order and intelligence, Krakauer will survey key ideas from the history of mathematics, physics, computation, and biology that have extraordinarily converged on very similar explanations for adaptive behavior.

Ulam Memorial Lectures: Cognitive Ubiquity: The Evolution of Intelligence on Earth Part Two: Invasion of the Inferential Cell by David Krakauer Aug. 31, 2011

  • Krakauer will recount the evolution of life on Earth focusing on the advent of increasingly complex forms of behavior and thought, identifying the common principles of intelligent biological systems.

Cognitive Ubiquity: The Evolution of Intelligence on Earth Part Three: All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace by David Krakauer Sept. 1, 2011

  • Finally, Krakuer will consider the future of biological intelligence in a world of distributed machine intelligence, where there is a prospect of new cultural mechanisms capable of eclipsing the analytical capabilities of our own species.
Listen to an interview with Krakauer on KSFR's Radio Cafe (August 30, 2011)
Read the Santa Fe New Mexican article (August 30, 2011)

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