euCognition in Venice

I presented some recent work on a simulation model of social cognition at euCognition’s 4th Six-Monthly Meeting entitled “An enactive approach to social cognition: Detection of social contingency or stability of interaction dynamics?”. The talk won the best student presentation prize and I presented it again during the main event!

Slides for the talk can be downloaded from the euCognition website here.

Many thanks to everyone at euCognition for making this such a vibrant and memorable event!

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