Owen Holland, 'A strongly embodied approach to machine consciousness', Journal of Consciousness Studies Special Issue on Machine Consciousness, July 2007 (to appear)
David Gamez, 'Progress in Machine Consciousness', Consciousness and Cognition (2007, to appear)
Owen Holland. Machine Consciousness and the Self. (Invited chapter). In Know Thy Self: Current Directions in Research/Theory on the Self. Eds. E. Grunewald and S. Platek, Cambridge Scholars Press. 2007 (to appear)
Owen Holland, Rob Knight, and Richard Newcombe (2007), 'A robot-based approach to machine consciousness', in Antonio Chella and Riccardo Manzotti (Eds) Artificial Consciousness (Exeter: Imprint Academic) pp. 156-173.
H.G. Marques and O. Holland. Minimal Architectures for Embodied Imagination. Brain Inspired Cognitive Systems (BICS 2006) Lesvos.(Best Student Paper Award)
David Gamez, 'The XML Approach to Synthetic Phenomenology', in Proceedings of the AISB06 Symposium on Integrative Approaches to Machine Consciousness, pp. 128-135, 2006.
David Gamez, Richard Newcombe, Owen Holland and Rob Knight, 'Two Simulation Tools for Biologically Inspired Virtual Robotics', Proceedings of the IEEE 5th Chapter Conference on Advances in Cybernetic Systems, Sheffield, 2006, pp. 85-90.
Owen Holland and Rob Knight, "The Anthropomimetic Principle", in Burn, Jeremy and Wilson, Myra (eds.), Proceedings of the AISB06 Symposium on Biologically Inspired Robotics, 2006 [PDF].
David Gamez, 'An Ordinal Probability Scale for Synthetic Phenomenology', in Chrisley, R., Clowes, R., and Torrance, S. (eds.), Proceedings of the AISB05 Symposium on Next Generation approaches to Machine Consciousness, pp. 85-94, 2005.
Vincent B, Troscianko T, Gilchrist I D, Evaluating a space-variant weighted salience account of visual selection [soon to be submitted]
Vincent, Correani, Baddeley, Troscianko, Leonards, Do we look at lights? Using mixture modelling to deter-mine the contribution of low- versus high-level factors in visual scene exploration , [submitted]
Tatler, B. W., Baddeley, R. J., & Vincent, B. T., 2006. The long and the short of it: spatial statistics at fixation vary with saccade amplitude and task. Vision Research 46(12): 1857-1862
Vincent B. T, Baddeley R. J, Troscianko T, Gilchrist I. D, 2005, Is the early visual system optimised to be energy efficient?, Network: Computation in Neural Systems, special issue on Sensory Coding and the Natural Environment, 16(2/3): 175-190
Owen Holland. Right body, right mind. (Abstract) 50th Anniversary Summit of Artificial Intelligence, Monte Verita, Switzerland, July 2006.
Owen Holland, Hugo Gravato Marques, Rob Knight, and Richard Newcombe. Internal Models and the Conscious Self. (Abstract) ASSC10, Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Oxford, June 2006
Troscianko, T., Vincent, B., Gilchrist, I. D., Knight, R., & Holland, O. (2006). A robot with active vision (Abstract). Journal of Vision, 6(6), 456a.
Ben Vincent, Iain D. Gilchrist, Tom Troscianko, Owen Holland, Robert Knight. Implementing a Robotic Active Vision System. (Abstract) AVA Scientific Meeting on Animal Vision University of Sussex, September 2005
Owen Holland, Rob Knight, and Richard Newcombe. Investigating consciousness by building anthropomimetic robots. (Abstract) ASSC9, Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, California Institute of Technology, June 2005.
David Gamez, Iain Gilchrist, Owen Holland, Rob Knight, Tom Troscianko, Ben Vincent. A biomimetic research platform for active vision research, (Abstract) AVA 2005, Applied Vision Association Annual Meeting.
Owen Holland, Tom Troscianko, Iain Gilchrist, David Gamez, Rob Knight, and Ben Vincent. An Anthropomimetic Robot Platform for Consciousness Research. (Abstract of oral presentation) McDonnell Project Conference, California Institute of Technology, June 2005
Owen Holland & Magdalena Kogutowska (Abstract) Robots, cognition, and consciousness, ASSC8, 2004
O. Holland. Towards a technology of consciousness (Abstract of oral presentation) Toward a Science of Consciousness 2004: Tucson, AZ. 2004
Keynote talks (by Owen Holland)
Artificial consciousness and the simulation of behaviour. AISB Annual Conference, Bristol, 2006
From an artificial self to an artificial consciousness? Brain Inspired Cognitive Systems (BICS06), Lesvos, 2006
Could we build a conscious machine? Conference on Evolutionary Computation, Edinburgh 2005
Computation, cognition, and control. Second Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Stirling, 2004
Other project talks (by Owen Holland)
Robots like us. British Computer Society Essex Branch (4/07)
Machine consciousness through internal modelling. Department of Computer Science, University College London (12/06)
Building a conscious robot. Centre for Robotics and Intelligent Systems, University of Plymouth (12/06)
Anthropomimetic robots and machine consciousness. Human Movement Laboratory, University of Birmingham (11/06)
Is this how to build a conscious robot? Technische Universität München Fakultät für Informatik (11/06)
Could we build a conscious robot? Psychology Centenary Seminar Series, University of Edinburgh ((10/06)
Machine consciousness. Ethics and Technology Working Group, Yale University (10/06)
Consciousness, cognition, and internal models. COGRIC NSF/EPSRC workshop, Cumberland House (8/06)
Forget the earwig: Right body, right mind. 50th Anniversary Summit of Artificial Intelligence (Monte Verita) 7/06
What is it to be human in an age of technology? Cambridge Robot Project (6/06)
The controller and the controlled. AlifeX (Indiana) 6/06
Could we build a conscious robot? NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (4/06)
An anthropomimetic robot platform for research into cognition and consciousness. Neurosciences Institute, San Diego (1/06)
The role of the self process in embodied machine consciousness. International Workshop on Artificial Consciousness, Agrigento, Sicily (11/05)
Could we build a conscious robot? Whitehead Lecture, Goldsmiths (10/05)
Could we build a conscious robot? Department of Computer Science, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver (9/05)
Mind as simulated interaction. AHRC Workshop on Interactive Mind, Brighton (7/05)
Machine consciousness and the self. VSPA Conference on the Self, University of Amsterdam (6/05)
Towards machine consciousness. Dept of Cybernetics, University of Reading (4/05)
Machine consciousness and creativity. EPSRC LAM Network Workshop, Goldsmiths (4/05)
Machine consciousness. COGNIT (Cognition and Information Technology Research Centre, Bristol) (12/04)
Machine consciousness and affective systems. Dutch Electronic Arts Festival (DEAF04) (10/04)
How embodied AI could lead to machine consciousness. Schloss Dagstuhl Workshop on Embodied AI (8/04)
Machine consciousness and complexity. Consciousness and Complexity Workshop, ESF, Torino (8/04)
From robot cognition to robot consciousness. Department of Computer Science, University of Skovde, Sweden (8/04)
Why autonomous robots will need to model the world and themselves, and what this might have to do with consciousness. Dept of Electrical Engineering, Imperial College (6/04)
Machine consciousness and robotics. Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield (3/04)
Machine consciousness. Toyota Research Centre, Nagoya (2/04)
Plans and the structure of consciousness. IST/FET Models of Consciousness workshop, University of Birmingham (9/03)
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