November 17, 2004, 8:00 PM
Artificial Intelligence: Neural Networks and Imagination I
Participants: Edith Ackermann, Elie Bienenstock, Hallie Cohen, Daniel Gardener, William Grossman, Francis Levy, Mary Luallen, Edward Nersessian, Roger Schank
Edith Ackermann is a Developmental Psychologist and a Professor of Psychology at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Elie Bienenstock is Professor of Applied Mathematics in Neuroscience at Brown University.
Hallie Cohen is an artist Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Art at Marymount Manhattan College.
Daniel Gardner is Professor of Physiology, Neuroscience and Neurology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, NewYork.
William Grossman was a psychoanalyst and a member of the faculty of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and Society.
Francis Levy is a writer, humorist, critic, and poet. He is Co-Director of the Philoctetes Center.
Mary Luallen is a clinical psychologist who works primarily with children.
Edward Nersessian is a psychoanalyst, author, and Co-Director of the Philoctetes Center.
Roger Schank is Professor Emeritus at Northwestern University and CEO of Socratic Arts, a company whose goal is to design and implement low-cost, story-based learning by doing curricula in schools, universities, and corporations.
Matthew von Unwerth is an author and Director of the Brill Library at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and Society.
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