Monday, March 15th, 2010 by Clemens Muchitsch | Publications | No Comments
Der Artikel “Intelligenz braucht Gefühle” der Wiener Zeitung kann hier gelesen werden:
und hier downgeloaded werden:
Sunday, March 14th, 2010 by Clemens Muchitsch | Conferences, Presentations | No Comments
Eine Kooperation zwischen Psychoanalytischer Akademie und TU-Wien
Was treibt einen Computer? Wie berechnet man Besetzung?
Freuds zweites topisches Modell, die Triebtheorie und deren Anwendungen in der Computertechnik
Der Flyer zum Workshop kann hier downgeloaded werden: flyer-workshop-20032010
Moderation: Dr. Gyuri Fodor
Samstag, 20. März 2010, 9 – 14 Uhr
Salzgries 16/3, 1010 – Wien
Sunday, March 14th, 2010 by Clemens Muchitsch | Q&A | No Comments
On the workshops and conferences we attend as well as on several other occasions we are asked a lot of questions regarding our work and aims of the project. We collected the questions and answered them. For further explinations feel free to contact us.
Thursday, November 26th, 2009 by Clemens Muchitsch | General | No Comments
When working with psychoanalytical terms in our everyday scientific discussions we often come across different meanings in german and english litrature. To overcome this problem we started a list of psychoanalytical terms that we often use and tried to find translations and definitions. This “common ground” of psychoanalytical terms used by our team is not yet finished and will be constantly updated, so stay tuned for further post on this topic.
The table can be downloaded here: Psychoanalytical Terms and Definitions (Version 12 – 17.11.2009)
Thursday, July 30th, 2009 by holleis | General | No Comments
Etienne Barnard from Meraka Institute, South Africa, research leader of
the human language technologies group, visited our project this spring.
His two excellent guest lectures, Statistical Pattern Recognition and
Classical Artitficial Intelligence, will strengthen our groups
understanding of the mathematical underpinnings.
In the future our two research groups will collaborate on language,
especially its cognitive and emotional aspects. To this end, several
projects are being developped right now.
Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 by Gerhard Zucker | Conferences, Presentations | No Comments
The video recordings of the “Engineering and Neuropsychoanalyst Form” (ENF) in 2007 is now available for free download on this site. We had to reduce the video quality to make the download feasible, but all the talks and discussions are there.
Enjoy running through this exciting day again and watch the presentations of Mark Solms, Aaron Sloman or Jaak Panksepp. Just click on “The Videos” on the top navigation on this site.
Monday, March 30th, 2009 by Dietmar Bruckner | Publications | No Comments
Der Artikel kann hier downgeloaded werden : .pdf.
Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 by Tobias Deutsch | Presentations | No Comments
Simulation des psychoanalytischen Modells auf dem Computer
Dietmar Dietrich, Brit Müller, Tobias Deutsch und Roland Lang
Moderation: Wolfgang Groysbeck
Donnerstag, 19. März 2009, 20 Uhr, c.t.
Salzgries 16/3a, 1010 – Wien
Ist das menschliche Gehirn auf dem Computer simulierbar? Mark Solms, der sich klar zu den Monisten zählt, schreibt: Das Gehirn ist kein Computer. Werden Millionen von Euro trotzdem für eine Utopie ausgegeben? Oder geht Sigmund Freuds Wunsch in Erfüllung, dass seine Modellierungen in der Naturwissenschaft nicht nur eine Basis für weitergehende Forschungsarbeiten finden, sondern seine Ergebnisse größtenteils belegt werden können?
Monday, February 9th, 2009 by Dietmar Bruckner | Publications | No Comments
Press releases in German and English language are now available for the new book.
Monday, October 27th, 2008 by Tobias Deutsch | Publications | No Comments
Simulating the Mind
Dietmar Dietrich, Georg Fodor, Gerhard Zucker, and Dietmar Bruckner, editors. Simulating the Mind – A Technical Neuropsychoanalytical Approach. Springer, Wien, 1 edition, 2009, ISBN: 978-3-211-09450-1.
Can psychoanalysis offer a new computer model? Can computer designers help psychoanalysts to understand their theory better? In contemporary publications human psyche is often related to neural networks. Why? The wiring in computers can also be related to application software. But does this really make sense?
Artificial Intelligence has tried to implement functions of human psyche. The reached achievements are remarkable; however, the goal to get a functional model of the mental apparatus was not reached. Was the selected direction incorrect?The editors are convinced: yes, and they try to give answers here. If one accepts that the brain is an information processing system, then one also has to accept that computer theories can be applied to the brain’s functions, the human mental apparatus.
The contributors of this book – Solms, Panksepp, Sloman and many others who are all experts in computer design, psychoanalysis and neurology are united in one goal: finding synergy in their interdisciplinary fields.
More information can be found here …