Report on the Thirty-Fifth Annual Cognitive Science Conference

  • Anna Belardinelli University of Tübingen
  • Martin V. Butz University of Tübingen

Abstract

COGSCI2013, the 35th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society and the first to take place in Germany, was held from the 31st of July to the 3rd of August. Cognitive scientists with varied backgrounds gathered in Berlin to report and discuss on expanding lines of research, spanning multiple fields but striving in one direction: to understand cognition with all its properties and peculiarities. A rich program featuring keynotes, symposia, workshops and tutorials, along regular oral and poster sessions, offered the attendees a vivid and exciting overview of where the discipline is going while serving as a fertile forum of interdisciplinary discussion and exchange. This report attempts to point out why this should matter to artificial intelligence as a whole.

Author Biographies

Anna Belardinelli, University of Tübingen
Cognitive Modeling, Computer Science Department, Post-doctoral researcher
Martin V. Butz, University of Tübingen
Cognitive Modeling, Computer Science Department, full professor
Published
2014-06-19
Section
Workshop Reports