Research Seminar on Predictive Processing
From February 2017 to December 2018 we ran a series of seminar talks on Predictive Processing. These talks are now integrated within the informal DCC lectures; please find the list of previous speakers (sometimes including slides) below for reference purposes.
Date Topic Contact Nov 22 2018 First principles in the life sciences: The free-energy principle, organicism, and mechanism Matteo Colombo (Tilburg University) Oct 25 2018 Conscious Perception as Augmented Reality Wanja Wiese (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz) Sep 27 2018 The Power of Suggestibility: Experimental Research on Extraordinary Experiences Michiel van Elk (University of Amsterdam) Jun 12 2018 Mental Autonomy and Mental Action Formal DCC lecture Prof. Thomas Metzinger May 24 2018 Curb Your Free-Energy: What is the scope of free-energy models? Krzysztof Dołęga (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) Apr 26 2018 Correlated spiking-times create symmetrical backpropagation weights with reversed signs Han Biao Apr 4 2018 Unconscious information processing modulates decision accuracy Allya Vlassova Feb 1 2018 A PP perspective on Perception in Motion: hypotheses, congruent findings and not-so-congruent findings Janny Stapel Dec 14 2017 Precision-weighting of prediction errors Johan Kwisthout Nov 23 2017 Can Predictive Brains solve the Relevance Problem? Julian Kiverstein (VU Amsterdam) Jul 13 2017 Dark cave problem, PP and disorders - Jun 15 2017 Interoceptive Predictive Processing as models of consciousness Johan Kwisthout May 4 2017 Active inference and attracting sets of agent-environment systems Jelle Bruineberg (UvA) Apr 20 2017 Setting up experiments and finding empirical evidence for Predictive Processing Emma Ward Mar 23 2017 Enactivism, embodied and embedded predictive processing Harmen Ghijsen Mar 21 2017 Busting Out: Two Takes on the Predictive Brain Andy Clark (in Amsterdam) Mar 2 2017 Intro 2: learning and revising generative models Johan Kwisthout Feb 9 2017 Intro 1: concepts + computational model Johan Kwisthout