Seminar: Mind and Machine

Computer Science 299

Usual Description

An inter/multidisciplinary exploration of what it means to have a ‘mind.’ Format mostly involves discussions of readings/talks/videos taken from areas as diverse as artificial intelligence, psychology, economics, marketing, philosophy and neuroscience. Labs involve programming using different software packages and building and programming LEGO robots. No background in computer use, programming or neuroscience is required. However, students with a background in any or all of these areas are encouraged to enroll.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Computer Science 299 Taught by Albert Borroni
Computer Science 299 Taught by Albert Borroni
Computer Science 299 Taught by Albert Borroni
Computer Science 299 Taught by Albert Borroni
Computer Science 299 Taught by Albert Borroni