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The following is a list of the lectures. The indicated times are in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Even though the lectures itself begin at the indicated, feel free to come up to half an hour earlier. There will be connection tests, so you'll be able to catch a glimpse "behind the scenes" of the technical set-up and see the other students enter their lecture halls.
|1||Intelligence: an Eternal Conundrum?||04 Nov 2003||08:15||10:15|
|2||Cognition as Computation: Why Did it Fail?||11 Nov 2003||08:15||10:15|
|3||Embodied Intelligence: Basics||18 Nov 2003||08:15||10:15|
|4||Synthetic Psychology: Designing from the Bottom up||25 Nov 2003||08:15||10:15|
|5||Building Brains and Bodies: Artificial Neural Networks||02 Dec 2003||08:15||10:15|
|6||The Emergence of Intelligence: Artificial Evolution and Morphogenesis||09 Dec 2003||08:15||10:15|
|7||Theory of Intelligence: Design Principles for Intelligent Systems||16 Dec 2003||08:15||10:15|
|8||Intelligence Revisted: Achievements and Challenges||13 Jan 2004||08:15||10:15|
|9||The Latest from ... -- Future Trends 1||20 Jan 2004||08:15||10:15|
|10||The Latest from ... -- Future Trends 2||27 Jan 2004||08:15||10:15|