Time: 14:00 on 24/5/2019
Place: room 803, B1 building, HUST
Presenter: Remo Job, Professor, University of Trento, Italy
Title: The Human Mind: Computing with Finite Natural Resources
The human mind is quite powerful yet it is limited in several ways. I will present some examples in the areas of perception and cognition, zooming on some peculiar facts about the retrieval of information from memory. I will argue that the way the human mind operates arises from evolutionary, structural, and processing constraints.
Remo Job is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Trento (Italy). Member of the Board of Scientific Affaires of the European Federation of Psychological Association and the Psychonomic Society. His research areas are language and cognitive processes. He coordinates the BA Course in Communication Interfaces and Technologies and teaches Ethics in the MA Course in Human-Computer Interaction.