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IACAP 2011 : International Association for Computing and Philosophy (IACAP)

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Link: http://www.ia-cap.org/iacap11/
 
When Jul 4, 2011 - Jul 6, 2011
Where Aarhus, Denmark
Submission Deadline Mar 15, 2011
Notification Due Apr 15, 2011
Categories    philosophy   computer science   information   cognitive science
 

Call For Papers

The conference is interdisciplinary: we invite papers from philosophy, computer science,
robotics, engineering sciences, social sciences and related disciplines. Papers can address one (or more) of a range of topics at the conceptual crossroads between philosophy and computation, including: biocomputing, AI, logic, cognition, ontology, knowledge systems, simulations, robotics, affective computing, epistemology, information ethics (including robot ethics), history, and cultural perspectives on these. IACAP‟11 will promote scholarly dialogues on all aspects of this computational & informational turn of society and the use of computers and robots in the service of philosophy.

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