14 results for author: Emily Willoughby

ISIR 2023 Berkeley: Abstract submission now open

Abstract submissions are now open via Oxford Abstracts for the 23rd annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research, which will be held at the lovely Shattuck Plaza Hotel in Berkeley, California. SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT HERE Or enter this url into your web browser: https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/stages/5775/submitter  The conference will be held from Thursday, July 27th to Saturday, July 29th at the hotel, with a special welcome reception on the evening of Wednesday, July 26th. Further information and updates will be made available on isironline.org as they arise. The deadline for submissions is May 14, 2023, with acceptan...

ISIR 2022 documentary: Understanding Intelligence by Tarmo Pyysalo

Tarmo Pyysalo, a self-taught Finnish filmmaker travelled to the 2022 conference of the International Society for Intelligence Research in Vienna for his new project “Beyond the Narrative” (https://beyond-the-narrative.com/) to interview the researchers and attendees in search for answers to some of the most pressing questions of our time: What is intelligence and how does it affect our lives and the future of society? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwvZAqXwHuo

ISIR 2023: Berkeley, California, July 26–29

Conference registration and abstract submissions now open! Abstract submission closes May 14, 2023. We are delighted to announce the 23rd annual ISIR conference in Berkeley, California, USA! The conference will be held from Thursday, July 27 until Saturday, July 29 at the Hotel Shattuck Plaza, located at 2086 Allston Way, Berkeley, California. We will begin with a welcome reception sponsored by the Institute for Mental Chronometry on the evening of Wednesday, July 26, with drinks, refreshments, and guest speakers Steven Pinker and Frank Worrell! The student poster session will be held on the evening of the 27th and the social event dinner on the ...

New book: Intelligence by Jakob Pietschnig

Intelligence How smart are we really? Has humanity been getting smarter, can intelligence be trained, and what is intelligence anyway? Read about our understanding of intelligence, its origins, and meaning for everyday life in this book. Read more here.

Lifetime Achievement Award: Aljoscha Neubauer

Aljoscha Neubauer of the University of Graz has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Intelligence, ISIR’s highest honor. Aljoscha obtained his PhD at the University of Graz, Austria in 1986 and subsequently obtained his venia docendi (habilitation) in 1994 on the topic of intelligence and information processing speed. His experimental and meta-scientific work in this area contributed substantially to the understanding of the efficiency of neural networks. His background in neuroscience led him to becoming particularly interested in the idea of biological intelligence measurement as a ...