Description and aim
There is growing evidence that probabilistic inference is fundamental to human cognition, brain functioning, and directly lived experience.
This interdisciplinary workshop brings together neuroscientists, philosophers, computer scientists and cognitive scientists with the aim to foster new interdisciplinary perspectives on the role of probabilistic inference in three themes:
(1) unifying conceptions of brain functioning
(2) mechanisms of phenomenological experience, and
(3) the computational realization of cognition.