In this article, we propose the idea of an open-source AI spirit, which is comprised of an algorithm that encourages a certain ritualistic practice, supports the discipline and provides feedback to the practitioner.
Posted by Nodus Labs | January 5, 2019
A detailed account of our presentation and workshop at CCC 35C3 hacker conference where we proposed a new kind of software for the body based on the patterns of movement and physical interaction — and its implications for the development of AI.
The new paper Eroding the Boundaries of Cognition: Implications of Embodiment published in the latest issue of Topics in Cognitive Science provides an interesting overview of the current state of embodied cognition science (ECS). The main tenet of ECS is that cognition extends beyond the brain into the body and further into the environment. ECS also shifted away from viewing the brain as having a modular structure where each region is responsible for a certain activity.