Publications

Recent Publications, Conference Papers and Posters by Members of PAICS:


2011 and forthcoming:

  • Boden, M.A. (in preparation), “Creativity as a neuroscientific mystery”, in A. Bristol, J. Kaufman and O. Vartanian (eds.), THE NEUROSCIENCE OF CREATIVITY, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Boden, M.A. and E.A. Edwards (in preparation), A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON COMPUTER ART.
  • Boden, M.A. (in preparation), “Turing and biology” (provisional title), in J. Copeland (ed.), THE ESSENTIAL TURING, 2nd edition, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (in preparation), “Creativity and artificial intelligence: A contradiction in terms?”, in E.S. Paul and S.B. Kaufman (eds.), THE PHILOSOPHY OF CREATIVITY, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (in press), “From Goethe to Goodwin, via von Foerster”, in T. Hug, A. Muller, and K.H. Muller (eds.), ON LEARNING: Constructivist Perspectives and Designs, Vienna: Edition Echoraum.
  • Boden, M.A. (in press), “Turing’s mathematical biology”, in B.J. Copeland (ed.), MATHEMATICS AND CREATIVITY (working title), MIT Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (in press), “Alien life: how would we know?”, in M. Bedau and C. Cleland (eds.), THE NATURE OF LIFE: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives from Philosophy and Science, Cambridge University Press. (Reprinted from International Journal of Astrobiology, 2, pp. 121-129.)
  • Boden, M.A. (in press), “Linguistic creativity”, in P.C. Hogan (ed.), CAMBRIDGE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE LANGUAGE SCIENCES, Cambridge University Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (in press), “GOFAI”, in W. Ramsey and K. Frankish (eds.), CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, Cambridge University Press.
  • Dumitriu, A., Holder, J., Tippa, P., and Whitby, B. (forthcoming) “Enactive dialectics”, Leonardo.
  • Parthemore, J. (2011). “Why some version of the extended mind hypothesis belongs on the table”, Teorema (special section: the extended mind), 30(2), pp. 79-94.
  • Torrance, S. (forthcoming). “Machine ethics and the idea of a more-than-human moral world”, in S. Anderson and M. Anderson (eds.), MACHINE ETHICS, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Whitby, B. (forthcoming). “Commentary on ‘The crying shame of robot nannies’, Interaction Studies.
  • Whitby, B.R. (forthcoming), “On computable morality”, in S. Anderson and M. Anderson (eds.), MACHINE ETHICS, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

2010:

  • Boden, M.A. (2010), CREATIVITY AND ART: Three Roads to Surprise, Oxford University Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (2010), “Conversations and confidants”, in Y.A. Wilks (ed.), CLOSE ENGAGEMENTS WITH ARTIFICIAL COMPANIONS: Key Social, Psychological, Ethical and Design Issues, Amsterdam: Benjamins, pp. 59-61.
  • Boden, M.A. (2010), “The Turing test and artistic creativity”, Kybernetes, 39(3), pp. 409-413.
  • Parthemore, J.E. and Morse, A. (2010), “Representations reclaimed: Accounting for the co-emergence of concepts and experience”, Pragmatics & Cognition, 18:2l pp. 273-312.

2009:

  • Boden, M. A. (2009) “Computers and creativity: models and applications”, in T. Rickards, M. A. Runco, and S. Moger (eds.), THE ROUTLEDGE GUIDE TO CREATIVITY, London: Routledge, pp. 179-188.
  • Boden, M.A. “Computer Models of Creativity”, AI Magazine, 30(3), pp. 23-34.
  • Boden, M.A. “Robot versus Rothko”, Forbes Magazine Online, June.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009), “Life and mind”, Minds and Machines, 19, pp. 453-463.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009) “Creativity and conceptual spaces”, in J. Funke, P. Meusberger, and E. Wunder (eds.), MILIEUS OF CREATIVITY, Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 235-244.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009). “Creativity — and how to foster it”, Teachers College Record, New York: Columbia University.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009). “Creativity: how does it work?”, in K. Bardsley, D. Dutton & M. Krausz (eds.), THE IDEA OF CREATIVITY, Leiden: Brill, pp. 237-250.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009). “Creativity in a nutshell”, in V. Hornung-Prahauser and M. Luckmann (eds.), CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION COMPETENCIES ON THE WEB: How does the ‘New’ Emerge with the Support of Web Technologies?, Salzburg: Research, pp. 18-29.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009). “No easy answers: wisdom and cognitive science”, in L. McHenry (ed.), SCIENCE AND THE PURSUIT OF WISDOM: Studies in the Philosophy of Nicholas Maxwell, Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, pp. 129-146.
  • Boden, M.A. (2009). “Optimism”, in D. Benatar (ed.), LIFE, DEATH, AND MEANING, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 369-382.
  • Boden, M. A., and E. A. Edmonds (2009). “What Is generative art?”, Digital Creativity, 20:1-2, pp.21-46.
  • Chrisley, R. (2009) “Synthetic Phenomenology”, International Journal of Machine Consciousness1:1, pp 53-70.  Corrected proofs .pdf
  • Chrisley, R. (2009, in press) “Artificial intelligence and the study of consciousness”. In Bayne, T., Cleeremans, A. and Wilken, P. (eds) Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Proofs .pdf
  • Colombetti, G., and S. Torrance (2009). “Emotion and consciousness: An inter- (en)active approach”, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 8: 4, pp. 505-526.
  • Hussain, A., Aleksander, I., Smith, L. S. and Chrisley, R. (2009) Brain inspired cognitive systems (BICS), Neurocomputing 72(4-6):683-684, ISSN 0925-2312, DOI: 10.1016/j.neucom.2008.10.007. .pdf
  • Torrance, S. (2009). “Contesting the concept of consciousness”, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 16: 5, pp. 111-126.
  • Torrance, S. (2009) “Will robots have their own ethics?”, Philosophy Now (special issue on moral machines, April.

2008:

  • Boden, M.A. (2008), MIND AS MACHINE: A History of Cognitive Science (2 vol. paperback edition), Oxford: Oxford University Press/Clarendon Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (2008), “Answers to the Florida five”, in L. Floridi (ed.), PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION: 5 Questions, Copenhagen: Automatic Press/VIP, pp. 1-13.
  • Boden, M.A. (2008), “Autonomy: What is it?”, BioSystems: Journal of Biological and Information Processing Sciences (invited editorial to special issue on modelling autonomy), 91, pp. 305-308.
  • Boden, M.A. (2008), “D’Arcy Thompson: A grandfather of a-life”, in P.N. Husbands, O. Holland and M.W. Wheeler (eds.), THE MECHANICAL MIND IN HISTORY, London: MIT Press, pp. 41-60.
  • Boden, M.A. (2008), “An evaluation of computational modelling in cognitive science”, in R. Sun (ed.), CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF COMPUTATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 667-683.
  • Boden, M.A. (2008), “Information, Computation, and Cognitive Science”, in P. Adriaans and J.V. Benthem (eds.), HANDBOOK OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE, VOL. 8: Philosophy of Information, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 787-757.
  • Boden, M. A. (2008). “Odd man out”, Artificial Intelligence, 172:18, pp. 1944-1964.
  • Chrisley, R. (2008) “Philosophical foundations of artificial consciousness”. Artificial Intelligence In Medicine 44:119-137. doi:10.1016/j.artmed.2008.07.011 corrected proofs (.pdf).
  • Chrisley, R. (2008) “Consciousness studies and understanding pain: Reciprocal lessons”. Proceedings of the 2008 Meeting of the British Pain Society Special Interest Group for Philosophy and Ethics: Suffering and Science, Launde Abbey, 23-26 June 2008. British Pain Society.
  • Chrisley, R. (2008) “Painting an experience: Las Meninas, consciousness, and the aesthetic mode”. Journal of Consciousness Studies 15: 38-43..pdf.
  • Chrisley, R., Aleksander, I.; Bringsjord, S.; Clowes, R.; Parthemore, J.; Stuart, S.; Torrance, S.; Ziemke, T. (2008) “Assessing Artificial Consciousness: A Collective Review”. Journal of Consciousness Studies 15: 95-110..pdf.
  • Torrance, S. (2008). “Ethics and consciousness in artificial agents”, Artificial Intelligence and Society, 22: 4, pp. 495-521.
  • Whitby, B.R. (2008) AI: A Beginner’s Guide, 2nd edn., Oxford, UK: OneWorld Publications.
  • Whitby, B.R. (2008) “Sometimes it’s hard to be a robot: A call for action on the ethics of abusing artificial agents”, Interacting with Computers, 20: 3, pp. 326-333.
  • Whitby, B.R. (2008) “Time to wake up?”, IT Now, Chartered Institute for IT, 50 (May), pp. 8-9.

2007:

  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Artificial intelligence: Cannibal or missionary?”, AI & Society (21st birthday issue), 21: 4, July, pp. 651-657. (Reprinted from AI & Society 1(1987), pp. 17-23.)
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Conversationalists and confidants”, PROCEEDINGS OF THE OXFORD INTERNET INSTITUTE WORKSHOP ON “COMPUTER COMPANIONS”, October.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “AI, creativity, and the arts: Margaret Boden in conversation with Ernest Edmonds”, Bulletin of the Computer Arts Society Northern Hemisphere – Shrewsbury Darwin Summer Symposium Issue, summer (3), p. 64.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Authenticity and computer art”, Digital Creativity (special issue on computational models of creativity in the arts), 18: 1, pp. 3-10.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Creativity in a nutshell”, Think, Winter, pp. 91-103. (Reprinted from THE CREATIVE MIND: Myths and Mechanisms (2004), pp. 1-10.)
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Creativity and conceptual art”, in P. Goldie and E. Shellekens (eds.), PHILOSOPHY AND CONCEPTUAL ART, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 216-237.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Donald Michie (1923-2007): Father of artificial intelligence in Britain”, Nature, 448:7155, 16 August, p. 765.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Grey Walter’s anticipatory tortoises”, The Rutherford Journal, 2 (February), http://www.rutherfordjournal.org.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “The history of cognitive science: Seven key dates”, PROCEEDINGS OF EUROCOGSCI-07 (European Cognitive Science Society Conference, Delphi, May), pp. 4-9.
  • Boden. M.A. (2007) “Not what they’ne made out to be: On Vaucanson and Babbage”, History and Philosophy of Psychology, 8: 2 (2006), pp. 1-16.
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Stillness in autonomy”, in S. Worden, L. Green, and P. Thomas (eds.), PROCEEDINGS OF COMPUTERS IN ART AND DESIGN EDUCATION (CADE) CONFERENCE, Stillness (Perth), September, published as CD-ROM (ISBN 1 74067 530 4).
  • Boden, M.A. (2007) “Twenty years of Zurich and AI”, in R. Pfeifer and N. Labhart (eds.), THE REDISCOVERY OF INTELLIGENCE: 20 YEARS OF AI — IN ZURICH AND WORLDWIDE, Zurich: AI Lab, pp. 12-13.
  • Chrisley, R. and Parthemore, J. (2007) “Robotic specification of the non-conceptual content of visual experience”. In Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on “Consciousness and Artificial Intelligence: Theoretical foundations and current approaches”. AAAI Press. .pdf.
  • Chrisley, R. and Parthemore, J. (2007) “Synthetic phenomenology: Exploiting embodiment to specify the non-conceptual content of visual experience”. Journal of Consciousness Studies 14 pp. 44-58. .pdf .
  • Chrisley, R. (2007) “Natural intensions”. Proceedings of the Interdisciplines.org Conference on “Adaptivity and Representation”.html .
  • Clowes, R., Torrance, S. and Chrisley, R. (2007) “Machine consciousness: Embodiment and imagination”. Journal of Consciousness Studies 14 pp. 7-14. .pdf .
  • Coulson, M., S. Torrance, and S. Nunn (2007), “Fostering reflection with the learning achivement self-evaluation record (LASER)”, Psychology Learning and Teaching Journal, 6: 1, pp. 12-19.
  • Froese, T. (2007), “On the role of AI in the ongoing paradigm shift within the cognitive sciences”, in: M. Lungarella et al. (eds.), Proc. of the 50th Anniversary Summit of Artificial Intelligence, Berlin, Germany: Springer Verlag, in press (PDF)
  • Froese, T., Virgo, N. & Izquierdo, E. (2007), “Autonomy: a review and a reappraisal”, in: F. Almeida e Costa et al. (eds.), Proc. of the 9th Euro. Conf. on Artificial Life, Berlin, Germany: Springer Verlag, in press (PDF)
  • Torrance, S. (2007). “Two conceptions of machine phenomenality”, Journal of Consciousness Studies (special issue on machine consciousness), 14: 7, pp. 154-163.
  • Whitby, B.R. (2007), “Computing machinery and morality”, AI and Society, 22: 4, pp. 551-563.

2006:

  • Beaton, M.J.S. (2006). “A Recipe for Success? – Response to de Quincey.” Journal of Consciousness Studies, 13(4), pp.13-36.
  • Beaton, M.J.S. (forthcoming). “Review of Tamar Szab� Gendler and John Hawthorne (eds.), ‘Perceptual Experience’.” Journal of Consciousness Studies.
  • Beaton, M.J.S., Watanabe, K., Nijhawan, R. (In Preparation) “Interchangeability of Spatial and Temporal Transitions in the Flash-Lag Effect”
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected late 2006 or early 2007.) “An Assessment and Evaluation of Computational Cognitive Modelling.” In Part 4 of R Sun (ed.), Cambridge Handbook on Computational Cognitive Modelling. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in preparation.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected 2006.) “Of Islands and Interactions,” Journal of Consciousness Studies, Special Issue on a paper by John Ziman.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected late 2006.) “D’Arcy Thompson: A Grandfather of A-Life”. In M. W. Wheeler, P.N. Husbands, & O. Holland (eds.), The Mechanization of Mind in History, London: MIT Press, in preparation.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected late 2006 or early 2007.) “The Aesthetics of Interactive Art.” In R. L. Chrisley, C. Makris, & R. W. Clowes (eds.), Art, Body, Embodiment. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Press, in preparation.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected early 2006.) “Creativity and Conceptual Art.” In P. Goldie & E. Schellekens (eds.), Philosophy and Conceptual Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected late 2005 or early 2006.) “Commentary on Imagination, Cognition, and Creative Thinking.” In I. Roth (ed.) Imaginative Minds. London: Oxford University Press/British Academy, in press.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected late 2005 or 2006.) “Ethical Implications of AI and Biotechnology.” In O. Gorman (ed.), Technology, Bioscience, and Religion, in press.
  • Boden, M.A. (Expected late 2006.) “Information, Computation, and Cognitive Science”. In P. Adriaans & J. van Benthem (eds.), Handbook of the Philosophy of Information. Vol. 10 of the 14-volume Handbook of the Philosophy of Science (General Eds. D. Gabbay, P. Thagard, & J. Woods). London: Elsevier, in preparation.
  • Boden, M.A. (expected June 2006). Mind as Machine: A History of Cognitive Science. (Two volumes.) Oxford: The Clarendon Press, in press
  • Carpenter, P. and Davia, C.J., (2006) ‘A Catalytic Theory of Embodied Mind’, Proceedings of The 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
  • Chrisley, R. (2006) “Consciousness as Depiction: Review of The World in my Mind, My Mind in the World: Key Mechanisms of Consciousness in People, Animals and Machines by Igor Aleksander”. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10(1). ISSN 1364-6613.
  • Clowes, R., R. Chrisley, and S. Torrance (eds.), PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2006 SYMPOSIUM ON INTEGRATIVE APPROACHES TO MACHINE CONSCIOUSNESS (AISB ’06), Bristol, UK: University of Bristol.
  • Davia, C. (2006) ‘How Long is a Piece of Time – Phenomenal Time and Quantum Coherence – Toward a Solution’. Talk given at
    Tucson 2006.
  • Froese, T. (2006), “Design of a Consensual Domain: The Artificial Evolution of Communicative Behaviour”. Talk for the Symposium
    on Language, Communication & Cognition, University of Sussex, 25-26th May.
  • Froese, T. (2006), “Constructivist Epistemology: An Analysis of the Constitutive Role of Viability Constraints”. Poster for Mind 2006: A graduate conference in the Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Cognitive Science, University of Sussex, 15-16th June.
  • Makris, C., Chrisley, R., Clowes, R. and Boden, M. (eds) (2006, in preparation), Art, Body, Embodiment. Cambridge Scholars Press.
  • Parthemore, J. (2006). “Knowledge as Personal: The Presentation of Self in the Representation of Knowledge” (conference poster), ASSC 10, 23-26 June 2006, Oxford, UK. (Poster (.pdf), Paper (.pdf))
  • Parthemore, J. (2006) “Rescuing Resemblance: Responding to Common Objections to Resemblance-Based Theories of Reference” (conference paper), Mind 2006, 15-16 June 2006, Falmer, Brighton, UK. Paper (.pdf)
  • Torrance, S. (2006), “The ethical status of artificial agents: With and without consciousness”, in G. Tamburrini and E. Datteri (eds.), ETHICS OF HUMAN INTERACTION WITH ROBOTICS, BIONIC, AND AI SYSTEMS: Concepts and Policies, Naples: Instituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, pp. 60-66.
  • Torrance, S. (2006), “Machine consciousness and machine ethics”, in T. Kovacs and J. Marshall (eds.), AISB ’06 ADAPTATION IN ARTIFICIAL AND BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, VOL. 1, Bristol, UK: University of Briston, p. 173.

2005

  • Beaton, M. (2005) “Conscious Experience as the Exercise of Grounded Concepts”, 5th Meeting of the Mainzer Nachwuchsgruppe “Philosophie Des Geistes”, on Metacognition, October 20-22, 2005.Abstract (.pdf)
  • Beaton, M. (2005) “Conscious Experience as Sensorimotor Conceptual Grounding” ASSC 9, 24-27 June 2005, Caltech, Pasadena, CA. Abstract (.pdf)
  • Beaton, M., Katsumi Watanabe, Romi Nijhawan (2005), “Filling-in the Perceived Void in the Flash-Lag Effect”. ASSC 9 Satellite Meeting on Problems of Space and Time in Perception and Action, 28 June 2005, Caltech, Pasadena, CA. Poster (.pdf)
  • Boden, M. A. (2005) “Interview on Creativity” (on Course CD) and “What is Creativity?” (reprint in Course Reader, pp. 242-255), both for Open University course on Imagination and Creativity (ed. M. Beaney), OU Press.
  • Boden, M. A. (2005) “Creativity.” In B. Gaut & D. M. Lopes (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Aesthetics. London: Routledge. Pp. 477-488. ISBN 0415327989 & 0415327970.
  • Chrisley, R., Clowes, R. W., & Torrance, S. (2005). “Next-generation approaches to machine consciousness”. In R. Chrisley, R. W. Clowes & S. Torrance (eds.), Proceedings of the AISB05 Symposium on Next Generation approaches to Machine Consciousness: Imagination, Development, Intersubjectivity, and Embodiment. Available as Cognitive Science Research Paper 574 .pdf
  • Chrisley, R. (2005) Abstract of “Two problems for Higher-Order Thought Theories of Consciousness”. Psyche. ISSN 1039-723X. Abstract.
  • Clowes, R.W., & Morse, A.F., (2005) “Scaffolding Cognition with Words”. Proceedings of the Epigenetic Conference 2005.
  • Davia C.J. (2005), “Life, catalysis and excitable media: A dynamic systems approach to metabolismand cognition”. In Tuszynski J (ed.), The Emerging Physics of Consciousness. Heidelberg,Germany: Springer-Verlag.
  • De Jaegher, H. & S. Torrance. (2005) “The experience of autism: An enactive approach.”, Consciousness and Experiential Psychology section of the BPS conference on ‘Constructing Consciousness, Mind and Being’, St. Anne’s College, Oxford, UK.
  • De Jaegher, H. & E. Di Paolo. (2005) “Inter-action matters: Sketches of a radical enactive approach to social understanding.”, ‘Perception, Intersubjectivity and Development’, Middlesex University/UCL Medical School, London.
  • McGann, M. & Torrance, S. (2005) Doing it and meaning it (and the relationship between the two). In R. Ellis & N. Newton (eds.)
    Consciousness & Emotion: Agency, conscious choice and selective perception. New York: John Benjamins.
  • Morse, A.F., (2005) Scale Invariant Associationism, Liquid State Machines, And Ontogenetic Learning In Robotics. AAAI Technical Report, Proceedings of DevRob05 the Developmental Robotics Symposium. (.pdf)
  • Morse, A. F. and Chrisley, R. (2005) “The SEER Project: Robotic Experiements in Subsymbolic Psychology”. Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour Quarterly, issue 120, Spring 2005, pp 3 and 8. ISSN 0268-4179 Full Issue (.pdf)
  • Morse, A.F., (2005) Psychological ALife: Bridging The Gap Between Mind And Brain; Enactive Distributed Associationism & Transient Localism. In Cangelosi, Bugmann, & Borisyuk, (Eds.) Modeling Language, Cognition, & Action: Proceedings of the Ninth Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop. World Scientific Press p403-407
  • Sloman, A. and Chrisley, R. (2005) “More Things than are Dreamt of in your Biology: Information Processing in Biologically-inspired Robots”. Cognitive Systems Research, 6:2, pp 145-174. ISSN 1389-0417Corrected proofs (.pdf).
  • Sloman, A., Chrisley, R. and Scheutz, M. (2005) “The architectural basis of affective states and processes”, Fellous, J. and Arbib, M. (eds) Who needs emotions?: The brain meets the robot. Oxford University Press, pp 203-244. ISBN 0-19-516619-1. Published version (.pdf)Longer, original version (.pdf).
  • Torrance, S. (2005). “In search of the enactive”, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 4:4, pp. 357-368.
  • Torrance, S. (2005). “Thin phenomenality and machine consciousness”, in R. Chrisley, R. Clowes and S. Torrance (eds.), PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2005 SYMPOSIUM ON NEXT GENERATION APPROACHES TO MACHINE CONSCIOUSNESS, University of Hertfordshire, UK, pp. 59-66.
  • Torrance, S. (2005). “Freedom, mind, value: How Spinoza’s thought resolves persisting dilemmas over consciousness and ethics”, in I. Smit, et al (eds.), COGNITIVE, EMOTIVE AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF DECISION MAKING IN HUMANS AND IN AI, IV, Windsor, Ontario, CA: International Institute for Advanced Studies, pp. 115-124.
  • Torrance, S. (2005). “The unbearable lightness of (artificial) being”, in I. Smit, et al (eds.), COGNITIVE, EMOTIVE AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF DECISION MAKING IN HUMANS AND IN AI, IV, Windsor, Ontario, CA: International Institute for Advanced Studies, pp. 1-4.
  • Torrance, S. (2005) “A robust view of machine ethics”, in M. Anderson, S.L. Anderson and C. Armen (eds.), MACHINE ETHICS: Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium, AAAI Technical Report FS-05-06, Menlo Park, California: AAAI Press, pp. 88-94.

2004

  • Beaton, M. (2004) “What RoboDennett Still Doesn’t Know”, (Conference paper), Toward a Science of Consciousness, 7-11 April 2004, Tucson, AZ. Abstract (.doc)
  • Beaton, M. (2004) “A Proposal for a Modification to the Higher Order Thought Theory of Consciousness”, (Conference paper), ASSC 8, 26-28 June 2004, Antwerp, Belgium Abstract (.html)
  • Beaton, M. & Rijhawan, R. (2004) “A New Psychophysical Model of the Flash-Lag Effect” (Conference paper), SPP/ESPP, 3-6 July 2004, Barcelona, Spain Abstract (.doc)
  • Beaton, M. (2004), “The Self as Thinly Veiled Confabulation”, (Conference paper), CEP, 17-19 September 2004, St. Anne’s
    College, Oxford
  • Beaton, M., Romi Nijhawan, Beena Khurana (2004) “Grayer than Gray: Achromatic Contrast of Perceptually Lagging Flashed Object is Preserved”. ECVP, 22-26 August 2004, Budapest, Hungary. Abstract (.pdf)
  • Boden, M.A. “Optimism.” Reprinted in D. Benatar (ed.), Life, Death, and Meaning. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 2004. Pp. 369-382. ISBN 0742533670 & 0742533689. (Reprinted from Philosophy, 41 (1966), 291-303.)
  • Boden, M.A. “Escaping from the Chinese Room.” Reprinted in J. Heil (ed.), Philosophy of Mind: A Guide and Anthology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. Pp. 253-266. ISBN 0199253838. (Reprinted from M.A. Boden, Artificial Intelligence in Psychology: Interdisciplinary Essays. MIT Press, 1989, ch. 6.)
  • Boden, M.A. “Computer Models of Creativity.”, In Vietnamese translation of N. Foreman & J. Sutton (eds.), .ul Current UK Psychology. Hanoi: Hanoi University Press, 2004. Reprinted from The Psychologist, 13:2 (2000), 72-76.
  • Boden, M.A. (2004), The Creative Mind: Myths and Mechanisms, 2nd edn., expanded. London: Routledge, 2004. Pp.
    xiv + 343. (Simultaneous hardback/paperback editions. ISBN 0415314534 & 0415314526.)
  • Chrisley, R. (2004), “Artificial intelligence”. In Gregory, R. (ed.), The Oxford Companion to the Mind, (second edition), pp. 61-63. Oxford University Press. Abstract (.txt)
  • Torrance, S. (2004) “Conscious Robots: Could we, should we create them?”. Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues, (.htm)

2003

  • Boden, M.A., (2003) “Are Autodidacts Creative?” In J. Solomon (ed.), The Passion to Learn: An Inquiry Into Autodidactism. London: Routledge Falmer. Pp. 24-31. ISBN 0415304180.
  • Boden, M.A. (2003), “Alien Life: How Would We Know?”, International Journal of Astrobiology, 2, 121-129. ISSN 1473504.
  • Chrisley, R. (2003) “Embodied artificial intelligence”. Artificial Intelligence, 149, pp 131-150. Uncorrected proofs (.pdf)
  • Sloman, A. and Chrisley, R. (2003) “Virtual machines and consciousness”. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 10:4-5, pp 133-172. Reprinted in Holland, O., ed. (2003), Machine Consciousness. Exeter:Imprint Academic.Uncorrected proofs (.pdf)
  • Clowes, R.W. (2003). “Simulating the Regulation of Activity by Symbolic Systems”. Evolvability & Interaction Symposium, Queen Mary University of London, University of Hertfordshire Computer Science, Technical Report No. 393.
  • Clowes, R. W. (2003). “Action Oriented Adaptive Language Games”. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics, Boston, Lund University Cognitive Studies.
  • De Jaegher, H. (2003) “One Body is Not Enough”, (Conference talk), Embodiment and Intersubjectivity Conference in Leuven, Belgium, on 17 September 2003 Abstract (.html)
  • Morse, A.F., (2003) Autonomous Generation of Burton’s IAC Cognitive Models. In Schmalhofer, Young, & Katz (Eds.) Proceedings of EuroCogSci03, The European Cognitive Science Conference. LEA Press. (.pdf)

2002

  • Boden, M.A., (2002), “Is Artificial Life Possible?”, Published on the website of the Royal Institution, April 2002.
  • Boden, M.A. (2002) “Artificial Intelligence and the Far Future.” In G. F. R. Ellis (ed.), The Far-Future Universe: Eschatology From a Cosmic Perspective. London: Templeton Press, 2002. Pp. 207-224. ISBN 1890151904.
  • Chrisley, R. and Ziemke, T. (2002) “Embodiment”. In the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. ISBN 0-333-79261-0 Uncorrected proofs (.pdf)
  • Chrisley, R. and Sloman, A. (2002) “How Velmans’ conscious experiences affected our brains”, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 9:11 pp 58-63. Uncorrected proofs (.pdf). Invited commentary on Max Velmans’ paper “How could conscious experiences affect brains?”, Same issue. ISBN 0907845398 ISSN 1355-8250 Publisher’s web page.
  • Clowes, R.W. (2002). “Review of ‘A Mind so Rare: The Evolution of Human Consciousness’.”, AISB Quarterly, (110): 8 – 10.
  • Clowes, R. W. (2002)., “Modelling Extended Cognition with Adaptive Language Games”., Cognitive Science Research Papers. D. Pearce. Brighton Sussex, University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences. The 14th White House Papers: 7 – 8.
  • Torrance, S. (2002) “‘The diffident physicalist speaks out” (Reply to target paper by Max Velmans). Journal of Consciousness Studies. (.pdf)
  • Torrance, S. (2002) “The skill of seeing ��� beyond the sensorimotor account?”, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Volume 6, Number 12, 1 December 2002, pp. 495-496(2). (.htm)
  • Wheeler, Ziman, & Boden (2002) (eds.) The Evolution of Cultural Entities. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Pp. xii + 213. ISBN 0197262627.

2001

  • Boden, M.A. (2001) “Purpose, Personality, Creativity: A Computational Adventure”. In G. C. Bunn, A. D. Lovie, & G. D. Richards (eds.), Psychology in Britain: Historical Essays and Personal Reflections. London: BPS Books/Science Museum, 2001. Pp. 353-362. ISBN 1854333321
  • Boden, M.A. (2001) “Life and Cognition.” In J. Branquinho (ed.), The Foundations of Cognitive Science. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2001. Pp. 11-22. ISBN 0198238908 & 0198238894.
  • Boden, M.A. (2001) “William McDougall,” The Psychologist, 14:2 (2001), 68. ISSN 09528229.
  • Boden, M.A. (2001), “The Philosophy of Cognitive Science.” In A. O’Hear (ed.), Philosophy at the New Millennium. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. Pp. 209-226. ISBN 0521005086.
  • Boden, M.A. (2001) “Creativity and Knowledge.”, In A. Craft, B. Jeffrey, & M. Leibling (eds.), Creativity in Education. London: Continuum, 2001. Pp. 95-102. ISBN 0826448631 & 082644864X.
  • Boden, M.A. (2001) “Creativity and Computers.” In C. Caseley (ed.), Learning 2010. London: Learning and Skills Development Agency, 2001. Pp.51-64. ISBN 1853386073.
  • Chrisley, R. (2001) “A View From Anywhere: Prospects for an Objective Understanding of Consciousness”. In Pylkkanen, P. and Vaden, T. (eds.), Dimensions of Conscious Experience, (Advances in Consciousness Research 37). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing, pp 3-13. ISBN 1588111253 (.pdf)

2000

  • Chrisley, R., ed. (2000, Artificial Intelligence: Critical Concepts. Four-volume reference work. London: Routledge. 2160 pages.
  • Torrance, S. (2000) “Towards an Ethics for Epersons”, Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and (Quasi-) Human Rights, Birmingham, AISB2000, Birmingham. (.htm)
  • Torrance, S. (2000) “Producing Mind”, Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence. (.htm)

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