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Breaking the Wall between Mind and Machine @ Falling Walls Conference

Klaus Robert Müller, director of the Bernstein Center for Bernstein Focus Neurotechnology in Berlin, examines computational challenges for non-invasive brain reading techniques in order to enhance human–device interactions – a development that will revolutionize not only medical applications, but our ways of approaching the common dichotomy between man and machine too.

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KOSMOS Scholar’s Lecture: Marcel Brass (Ghent), “Does it matter whether we believe in free will or not? Priming disbelief in free will affects basic motor cognition”
KOSMOS Scholar’s Lecture: Marcel Brass (Ghent), “Does it matter whether we believe in free will or not? Priming disbelief in free will affects basic motor cognition”

Marcel Brass is Associated Researcher at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain. The question whether...

KOSMOS Fellow’s Lecture: Vittorio Gallese (Parma), “The body, symbolic expression and its experience: An experimental aesthetics perspective”
KOSMOS Fellow’s Lecture: Vittorio Gallese (Parma), “The body, symbolic expression and its experience: An experimental aesthetics perspective”

Vittorio Gallese is KOSMOS Fellow 2013-2014. Today cognitive neuroscience has the means to shed new...

KOSMOS Public Lecture: Vittorio Gallese (Parma) “Embodied simulation: A second-person approach to social cognition”
KOSMOS Public Lecture: Vittorio Gallese (Parma) “Embodied simulation: A second-person approach to social cognition”

Public lecture as part of KOSMOS Summer University The discovery of a mirror mechanism for action,...

TOTAL RECALL – The Evolution of Memory Symposium –Ars Electronica Festival 2013
TOTAL RECALL – The Evolution of Memory Symposium –Ars Electronica Festival 2013

Arno Villringer, neuroscientist and director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and...