Essay Material List

Presentation Schedule

  • May 3: Minds, Brains, and Computers (Chapter 1 ~ 9)
  • May 10: Minds, Brains, and Computers (Chapter 10 ~ 18)
  • May 12: Minds, Brains, and Computers (Chapter 19 ~ 27)
  • May 14: Minds, Brains, and Computers (Chapter 28 ~ 35), Computationalism (Whole Chapters), Molecular Computing (Whole Chapters)

Minds, Brains, and Computers

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  • Part I The Mind as Computer
    1. A History of Thinking (박현섭)
    2. Minds and Machines (김민혁)
    3. Semantic Engines: An Introduction to Mind Design (이동주)
    4. The Language of Thought: First Approximations (황인욱)
    5. Vision (허진욱)
    6. GPS, a Program that Simulates Human Thought (김현중)
    7. A Procedural Model of Language Understanding (이동인)
    8. A General Learning Theory and its Application to Schema Abstraction (이재원)
    9. Minds, Brains, and Programs (박동훈)
    10. Computing Machinery and Intelligence
  • Part II The Mind as Neural Network
    1. The Perceptron: A Probabilistic Model for Information Storage and Organization (허민오)
    2. Cognitive Activity in Artificial Neural Networks (박성우)
    3. Cooperative Computation of Stereo Disparity
    4. On Learning the Past Tenses of English Verbs (양동일)
    5. Parallel Networks that Learn to Pronouce English Text (정원석)
    6. Connectionism and the Problem of Systematicity: Why Smolemsky's Solution Doesn't Work (조인국)
    7. Connectionism, Constituency, and the Language of Thought (이두희)
    8. Rules and Connections in Human Language (이성민)
  • Part III The Mind as Brain
    1. The Organization of Behavior (조춘호)
    2. In Search of the Engram (한동진)
    3. A Logical Calculus of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity
    4. Is Consciousness a Brain Process? (김정원, 홍인기)
    5. The Computational Brain: Anatomical and Physiological Techniques (최유용)
    6. What the Frog's Eye Tells the Frog's Brain (이상희)
    7. Positron Emission Tomographic Studies of the Cortical Anatomy of Single-word Processing (곽영빈)
    8. Computational Neuroscience (김기영)
    9. Two Cortical Visual Systems (남성식)
  • Part IV Special Topics
    1. Recent Contributions to the Theory of Innate Ideas (김영훈)
    2. The "Innateness Hypothesis" and Explanatory Models in Linguistics (황준호)
    3. Linguistics and Philosophy (지은경)
    4. Initial Knowledge: Six Suggestions (정준영)
    5. précis of 'The Modularity of Mind' (박선재)
    6. Eliminative Materialism and the Propositional Attitudes
    7. The Social Function of Intellect (김준수)
    8. Origins of Domain Specificity: The Evolution of Functional Organization (장오영)

Computationalism: New Directions

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  1. Computationalism - The Next Generation (조종남)
  2. The Foundations of Computing (도강호, 전윤호)
  3. Narrow versus Wide Mechanism (신권수)
  4. The Irrelevance of Turing Machines to Artificial Intelligence (이창한)
  5. The Practical Logic of Computer Work (김기문)
  6. Symbol Grounding and the Origin of Language (조대형)
  7. Authentic Intentionality (김영곤)

Molecular Computing

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  1. Conformation-Based Computing: A Rationale and a Recipe (최성록)
  2. Molecular Recognition: Storage and Processing of Molecular Information (안병규)
  3. Computing in Reaction-Diffusion and Excitable Media: Case Studies of Unconventional Processors
  4. Chemical-Based Computing and Problems of High Computational Complexity: The Reaction-Diffusion Paradigm (김태균)
  5. DNA Computing and Its Frontiers (문종호)
  6. Bioelectronics and Protein-Based Optical Memories and Processors (윤성로)
  7. Bioelectronics and Biocomputers (허승준)

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