Cogmentary is a multidisciplinary journal club interested in discussing state of the art cognitive science, artificial intelligence, consciousness, and philosophy of science.
Our objective is to critically read, discuss, and question scientific research. In our monthly meetings, we set out on a journey to unveil the possibilities of science by following the group’s self-constituted curriculum. We are also interested in sharing what we learn through our blog as a means to reach a wider audience.
All you have to do to be a member is join our Discord server and our Google group.
| Nov 4 |
|Science, Society, and Systems: How does science work? And why sometimes it doesn’t?|| Mandatory: |
Why bad science spreads?
Thomas Kuhn: The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
| Nov 23 |
|How Machine Learning is Affecting Artistic Work?|| Mandatory: |
Machine Learning and the Creative Process, pg: 20 - 46
If you’d like to dig deeper, check out this document
| Dec 10 |
|Evolution of Cognition and Human Intelligence|| Mandatory: |
The Role of Culture and Evolution for Human Cognition
Human Brain Size and its Evolution explained by Wieland Huttner (YouTube video)
Human evolution and cognition, Ian Tattersall (2010)
Social learning and evolution: The cultural intelligence hypothesis
| Feb 27 |
|Large language models (LLMs)|| Recommended: |
A Categorical Archive of ChatGPT Failures
What Is ChatGPT Doing … and Why Does It Work?
|Feb 21, 2023||Watch our video: Can Machines Think?|
|Sep 25, 2022||Cogmentary welcomes the new cohort of CSIM students!|