Talk at “A Body of Knowledge: Embodied Cognition and the Arts Conference”

On December 10 2016, I gave a talk from my next article “Enabling Embodied Analogies in Interactive Music Systems”, on the concept and implementation of embeddedness in interactive systems for these to translate between domains and “make analogies”.

The conference “A Body of Knowledge: Embodied Cognition and the Arts” at UC Irvine brougth together an interdisciplinary group including cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, philosophers of mind, physiologists, psychologists, philosophers, anthropologists, computer scientists, artists and designers to explore emerging cognitive neuroscience and theories of embodied cognition. The talk was part of the panel “Where is the body in Code?” with Dr. Chris Salter.

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