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AISB miscellaneous Bulletin Item

Announcing Cognitive Computation First Issue

I am very pleased to announce that the first issue of Cognitive Computation has now published! All articles are freely available to readers through December 31, 2009, so please forward this on to your friends and colleagues who may be interested (and encourage your libraries to subscribe for 2010)!


Cognitive Computation : An Introduction
Amir Hussain

Cognitive Computation
J. G. Taylor

Is a Machine Realization of Truly Human-Like Intelligence Achievable?
James L. McClelland

Designing Conscious Systems
Igor Aleksander

Reverse Engineering the Vertebrate Brain: Methodological Principles for a Biologically Grounded Programme of Cognitive Modelling
Kevin N. Gurney

The Role of Associative Processing in Cognitive Computing
Pentti O. A. Haikonen

Explanatory Correlates of Consciousness: Theoretical and Computational Challenges
Anil Seth

Cognitive Processes in Eye Guidance: Algorithms for Attention in Image Processing
Geoffrey Underwood

Cognitive Computation with Autonomously Active Neural Networks: An Emerging Field
Claudius Gros

Motivational Representations within a Computational Cognitive Architecture
Ron Sun

On the Role of Emotion in Embodied Cognitive Architectures: From Organisms to Robots
Tom Ziemke and Robert Lowe

The full listing for Volume 1, Issue 1 can be viewed here:

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Thank you to everyone for all your hard work and dedication. Congratulations.

Best wishes,

Publishing Editor, Cognitive Computation