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25 June 2004, The Plastic Brain, Gertrudiskapel, Utrecht, across Utrecht CS

Date: 25 June 2004
Time: 10:00-17:00
Location: Gertrudiskapel, Utrecht, across Utrecht CS

"THE BRAIN IS MORE CHANGEABLE THAN WE EVER THOUGHT", to quote the special issue of Scientific American, "Better Brains", September 2003. The Dutch national Cognition programme is organizing a scientific symposium around this theme at Friday June 25 in Utrecht, the Netherlands. At the symposium, our distinguished speakers Gregory Ball, Barbara Koenig (to be confirmed), Tom Mitchell and Gregory Quirk will discuss these issues from the points of view of ethology, ethics, artificial intelligence and physiology respectively. Get ready for a stimulating event about seasonal brain changes, the reduction of fear, computers reading our mind and free will.

Participation is free, but as there is only a limited numbers of seats available registration is obligatory. Registration is possible by sending an e-mail before Monday June 14 to stating your name and affiliation. You will be informated as soon as possible about your participation.

For more information, see http://www.nwo.nl/cognitie/symposium/

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