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Noam Chomsky On Artificial Intelligence , Cognitive Science , and Neuroscience – YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/v/FDCQZj7_Tho?fs=1&hl=fr_FR

Brains, Minds and Machines Symposium, May, 2011, at MIT.
Keynote Panel: The Golden Age A Look at the Original Roots of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience?
Panel: Emilio Bizzi , Sydney Brenner , Noam Chomsky, Marvin Minsky , Barbara H. Partee , Patrick H. Winston
Moderator: Steven Pinker

Source: www.youtube.com

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

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Noam Chomsky On Artificial Intelligence , Cognitive Science , and Neuroscience – YouTube

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Brains, Minds and Machines Symposium, May, 2011, at MIT.
Keynote Panel: The Golden Age A Look at the Original Roots of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience?
Panel: Emilio Bizzi , Sydney Brenner , Noam Chomsky, Marvin Minsky , Barbara H. Partee , Patrick H. Winston
Moderator: Steven Pinker

See on youtube.com

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The Political Brain, Part 1 – YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/v/yNJEq4URCYE?fs=1&hl=fr_FR

Drew Westen discusses the “dispassionate” view of mind, and how it has failed Democratic candidates

Source: www.youtube.com

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

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The Political Brain, Part 1 – YouTube

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Drew Westen discusses the “dispassionate” view of mind, and how it has failed Democratic candidates

See on youtube.com

28
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Stirling Behavioural Science Blog : Lecture on Rationality, Utility, Value and Decision Making

Concepts of rationalityThe main point of this lecture is to give a working definition of what we mean by rationality in Economics. This is a complex construct with many potential meanings across a wide range of literatures. In Economics we generally tend to mean that decision makers are consistent in their behaviour rather than to question their motivations. The basic microeconomic models of the consumer generally assume rational utility maximising behaviour.

Source: economicspsychologypolicy.blogspot.com

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

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Stirling Behavioural Science Blog : Lecture on Rationality, Utility, Value and Decision Making

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Concepts of rationalityThe main point of this lecture is to give a working definition of what we mean by rationality in Economics. This is a complex construct with many potential meanings across a wide range of literatures. In Economics we generally tend to mean that decision makers are consistent in their behaviour rather than to question their motivations. The basic microeconomic models of the consumer generally assume rational utility maximising behaviour.
See on economicspsychologypolicy.blogspot.com

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Costellazioni Ipnotiche e Organizzazioni: Oltre la Razionalità Limitata

Costellazioni Ipnotiche e Organizzazioni: Oltre la Razionalità Limitata.

Le nostre organizzazioni, oggi più che mai, si stanno scoprendo prigioniere dei loro stessi schemi razionali. Delle trappole che hanno avuto un forte fondamento nel periodo storico in cui le regole erano definitivamente chiare come la matematica su cui si fondavano.

sociotecniciGià dai lavori di Elton Mayo, che anticipavano i sentimenti incombenti della stessa Grande Depressione,  si comprendeva bene che sarebbe stato impossibile ridurre al piano tecnico economico la spiegazione e gli spazi di intervento nelle imprese. L’approccio di tipo socio-tecnico sistemico ha riaffermato questi principi presto dimenticati dalla più facile visione meccanicistica fondata sulle dinamiche di mercato.

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Stirling Behavioural Science Blog : If you ever need to explain the availability heuristic…

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compare opinion polls about controversial topics to reality. From Ipsos MORI:

“A new survey by Ipsos MORI for the Royal Statistical Society and King’s College London highlights how wrong the British public can be on the make-up of the population and the scale of key social policy issues.  The top ten misperceptions are:
See on economicspsychologypolicy.blogspot.com

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Stirling Behavioural Science Blog : If you ever need to explain the availability heuristic…

compare opinion polls about controversial topics to reality. From Ipsos MORI:

“A new survey by Ipsos MORI for the Royal Statistical Society and King’s College London highlights how wrong the British public can be on the make-up of the population and the scale of key social policy issues.  The top ten misperceptions are:

Source: economicspsychologypolicy.blogspot.com

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

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Attention in risky choice.

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Abstract Previous research on the processes involved in risky decisions has rarely linked process data to choice directly. We used a simple measure based on the relative amount of attentional deployment to different components (gains/losses and their probabilities) of a risky gamble during the choice process, and we related this measure to the actual choice. In an experiment we recorded the decisions, decision times, and eye movements of 80 participants who made decisions on 11 choice problems. We used the number of eye fixations and fixation transitions to trace the deployment of attention during the choice process and obtained the following main results. First, different components of a gamble attracted different amounts of attention depending on participants’ actual choice. This was reflected in both the number of fixations and the fixation transitions. Second, the last-fixated gamble but not the last-fixated reason predicted participants’ choices. Third, a comparison of data obtained with eye tracking and data obtained with verbal protocols from a previous study showed a large degree of convergence regarding the process of risky choice. Together these findings tend to support dimensional decision strategies such as the priority heuristic. Keywords: risky choice, attention, decision making, eye tracking, heuristics, process tracing, verbal protocols, think-aloud protocols

See on researchgate.net




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