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Written By: admin on October 2, 2011 No Comment

The papers developed through C:ADM2010 have been published by Emerald in a special issue of the journal Kybernetes (Volume 40 Issue 7/8).

Written By: admin on November 15, 2010 No Comment

Cybernetics: Art, Design, Mathematics — A Meta-Disciplinary Conversation

C:ADM 2010 — International Conference
July 30 – August 02 2010
with surrounding events: July 29-30 and August 03-05
EMPAC: Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA

Reviewed by Claudia Westermann
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Conferences often present a unique chance to become acquainted with the [...]

Written By: admin on September 28, 2010 3 Comments

C:ADM2010 by Lev Ledit and Judy Lombardi from ASC C:ADM2010 on Vimeo.

This is an initial rough cut.

Written By: judy on September 12, 2010 4 Comments

Written By: faisal on August 20, 2010 No Comment

Artificial Psychology (AP) belongs to the field of cybernetics. Moreover, unlike Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other cybernetics models, AP can reference concrete empirical data and validate or disprove its models.

Written By: nizami on August 13, 2010 5 Comments

This conference was like no other that I have attended (and there have been many), and like nothing that I know of in the sciences, and so I was inspired to write a very brief poem. Thank-you for your tolerance …

Written By: admin on August 13, 2010 No Comment

The presentation slides of Alec Robertson’s ‘Li and the Artificial – Designing the Future through 4D Design’ can be downloaded here.

Written By: admin on August 12, 2010 No Comment

The presentation slides of Michele Emmer’s ‘Metaphor, Metamprphose in Math, Design & Architecture’ can be downloaded here.

Written By: boltmwj1 on August 7, 2010 28 Comments

One of the key questions which has emerged from the conference for me relates to the nature of causality. Ernst reminded us that he believes (with David Hume) that causes are not real but constructed.

I’m much less certain of this.

My second session group talked about politics and ethics. Larry’s summing-up was very elegant and [...]

Written By: admin on August 5, 2010 No Comment

The presentation slides of Mark Johnson’s ‘A Musical Journey into Perception and Memory’ can be downloaded here.

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