See the colloquium page for details.
See the colloquium page for details
This course explores "literary" aspects of the way we think, as well as how features of our cognition are reflected in our creative use of language in stories, jokes, poetry, and other artful artifacts.
Who this course is for:
People who like thinking about reading
People who like reading about...
Discuss the Cogsci major and minor, learn about opportunities and careers, meet the leaders of the Cognitive Science Student Organization. Everyone invited!
Michael White is visiting from Ohio State on 10/6 Friday. He works in natural language processing. His talk abstract and bio are below. His seminar is 1:30-2:30 in White 411.
In this talk, I will discuss two scenarios where it is important to avoid generating sentences with structural ambiguities. In the first
part of the...