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Interview with Prof. Kreiman about research and career paths

Nao Tsuchiya interviews Professor Kreiman in a lively discussion of consciousness, career paths, and research opportunities

Venice, May 11, 2022

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Annual meeting of the Cogitate Consortium, 2022

Accelerating Research on Consciousness, supported by the Templeton World Charity Foundation

Testing alternative theories of experience

COGITATE is an innovative Open Science, preregistered adversarial collaboration focused on arbitrating between two leading theories of consciousness, Integrated Information Theory (IIT) and Global Neuronal Workspace theory (GNW).

Website: https://www.arc-cogitate.com/

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Global neuronal workspace versus Integrated information theory

Symposium at the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) annual meeting. Amsterdam July 14, 2022

War of the Worlds: A dramatic reading of the COGITATE project
Francis Fallon
GNW vs. IIT: How to integrate and test the theories’ predictions
Urszula Górska
GNW vs. IIT: From theoretical predictions to empirical tests
Oscar Ferrante
GNW vs. IIT: Decoding of consciously perceived stimuli in the brain
Ling Liu

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Annual Meeting of the Cogitate Consortium

Consciousness research
Cogitate Consortium

Jan 5th — Jan 9th, 2022. Annual Meeting of the Cogitate Consortium

An exciting meeting to discuss problems, challenges and solutions in the study of the mechanisms underlying consciousness perception, comparing the ideas about Global Workspace and the Integrated Information Theory. Daniel Kahneman gave a lucid keynote talk about his experiences with adversarial collaborations.

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Harvard Bookstore Virtual Event: Christof Koch

Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 – Harvard Book Store’s virtual event series, the Harvard University Division of Science, and the Harvard Library welcomed renowned neuroscientist Christof Koch—Chief Scientist of the MindScope Program at the Allen Institute in Seattle and author of Consciousness: Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist—for the paperback release of his latest book, The Feeling of Life Itself: Why Consciousness Is Widespread but Can’t Be Computed. He was joined in conversation by Gabriel Kreiman, Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School and faculty at Children’s Hospital, the Department of Neurology at HMS, the Center for Brain Science, the Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience and the Mind, Brain and Behavior Initiative at Harvard.