Items where Subject is "Specific Sciences > Computer Science > Artificial Intelligence"
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Aaronson, Scott (2011) Why Philosophers Should Care About Computational Complexity. [Preprint]
Barrett, Jeffrey A. and Skyrms, Brian (2015) Self-Assembling Games. [Preprint]
Barrett, Jeffrey Alan (2015) On the Evolution of Truth. [Preprint]
Boccignone, Giuseppe and Cordeschi, Roberto (2007) Bayesian models and simulations in cognitive science. In:  Models and Simulations 2 (Tilburg, NL).
Briegel, Hans and Müller, Thomas (2014) A chance for attributable agency. [Preprint]
Colombo, Matteo (2015) Why Build a Virtual Brain? Large-scale Neural Simulations as Test-bed for Artificial Computing Systems. [Preprint]
Dawidowicz, Edward and Jackson, Vairzora and Bryant, Thomas E and Adams, Martin (2003) The Right Information… and Intelligent Nodes. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 18th Biennial Mtg - PSA 2002: Contributed Papers (Milwaukee, WI; 2002) > PSA 2002 Symposia
Eberhardt, Frederick and Scheines, Richard (2006) Interventions and Causal Inference. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 20th Biennial Mtg (Vancouver) > PSA 2006 Contributed Papers.
Ellman, Roger (1997) Mental Processes -- How the Mind Arises from the Brain. [Preprint]
Floridi, Luciano (2005) Consciousness, Agents and the Knowledge Game. [Preprint]
Gao, Shan (2001) A possible quantum basis of panpsychism. [Preprint]
Holster, Andrew (2003) An Introduction to Pavel Tichy and Transparent Intensional Logic. [Preprint]
Ling, Maurice HT (2012) Re-creating the Philosopher’s Mind: Artificial Life from Artificial Intelligence. [Published Article]
List, Christian (2015) What is it like to be a group agent? [Preprint]
Müller, Thomas and Briegel, Hans (2014) Stochastic libertarianism: How to maintain integrity in action without determinism. [Preprint]
Pietsch, Wolfgang (2014) Aspects of theory-ladenness in data-intensive science. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 24th Biennial Mtg (Chicago, IL).
Pigozzi, Gabriella (2006) Belief Merging and the Discursive Dilemma: An Argument-Based Account to Paradoxes of Judgment Aggregation. [Preprint]
Pigozzi, Gabriella (2005) Two aggregation paradoxes in social decision making: the Ostrogorski paradox and the discursive dilemma. [Preprint]
Porta Mana, P. G. L. and Månsson, A. and Björk, G. (2007) The Laplace-Jaynes approach to induction. [Preprint]
Sterrett, S. G. (2014) Turing on the Integration of Human and Machine Intelligence. [Preprint]
Sterrett, Susan G. (1999) Turing's Two Tests for Intelligence. [Preprint]
Stoica, Cristi (2008) Turing test, easy to pass; human mind, hard to understand. [Preprint]
Stoica, Ovidiu Cristinel (2008) Convergence and free-will. [Preprint]
Taddeo, Mariarosaria and Floridi, Luciano (2008) A Praxical Solution of the Symbol Grounding Problem. [Preprint]
Taddeo, Mariarosaria and Floridi, Luciano (2005) Solving the Symbol Grounding Problem: a Critical Review of Fifteen Years of Research. [Preprint]
Twardy, Charles R. and Korb, Kevin B. and Oppy, Graham and Handfield, Toby (2005) Token causation by probabilistic active paths. [Preprint]
Vaas, Ruediger (2006) Dark Energy And Life's Ultimate Future. UNSPECIFIED.
vincenzo, fano and pierluigi, graziani (2011) On the necessary philosophical premises of the Goedelian arguments. [Preprint]
Wallace, Rodrick (2008) Lurching Toward Chernobyl: Dysfunctions of Real-Time Computation. [Preprint]