Research Topic Roundtable: "Narrow and General Intelligence: Embodied, Self-Referential Social Cognition and Novelty Production in Humans, AI and Robots"
A multi-disciplinary group of Topic Editors have been assembled to help take stock of the phenomenal success of narrow Statistical Artificial Intelligence and to examine new perspectives on achieving Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).
A unique virtual roundtable on 5th November 2021 (3 pm - 4.30 pm GMT) will accompany the Research Topic to critically examine the above themes while drawing on the considerable expertise of the Topic Editors and participants.
The Research Topic is led and will be discussed in the roundtable by:
Prof. Emily Cross (Macquarie University Sydney, Australia and Glasgow University, UK)
Prof. Karl Friston (University College London, UK)
Prof. Sheri Markose* (University of Essex, UK)
Prof. Georg Northoff (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Prof. Tony Prescott (University of Sheffield, UK)
*Sheri Markose (Associate Editor) will moderate the Roundtable.
For more information, please visit the Research Topic homepage: https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/25980/narrow-and-general-intelligence-embodied-self-referential-social-cognition-and-novelty-production-in