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Danko Nikolic

Danko Nikolic is associated with the Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research, Ernst Strüngmann Institute, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, and the University of Zagreb.

The ultimate goal of his studies is twofold. First, to achieve conceptual understanding of how the dynamics of physical processes creates the mental ones. He believes work on practopoiesis is an important step in this direction that will help address the hard problem of consciousness and the mind-body problem in general. Second, to use this theoretical knowledge to create artificial systems that are biologically-like intelligent and adaptive.




Articles
"Where does intelligence come from?"   Singularity Weblog  (May 26, 2016)

"Ideasthesia and Art"   digitalsynesthesia  (Feb 22, 2016)

"AI-Kindergarten: What does it take to build a truly intelligent machine?"   Ethical Technology  (Jan 8, 2016)

"The Droids We’re Looking For"   blog.posthumanbeing.com  (Jan 2, 2016)

"Practopoiesis - a Theory on How Life Organizes, including the Mind"   Danko-Nikolic  (Aug 31, 2015)

"Practopoiesis: How Cybernetics of Biology can Help AI"   Singularity Weblog  (Jul 4, 2015)

"Machines that Dream: Developing Artificial General Intelligence through AI-Kindergarten"   Academia.edu  (Jul 1, 2015)

Recent Multimedia
How to Make Intellligent Robots That Understand the World   2015-12-20

Practopoiesis Tells Us Machine Learning Isn’t Enough   2015-08-30

Ideasthesia: How do ideas feel?   2015-07-04

News
How to Make Intelligent Robots That Understand the World (Sep 26, 2016)

Danko Nikolic in Berlin Conference “Rise of the AI” (Jan 08, 2016)

Past Appearances
Danko Nikolic@“Rise of the AI” in Berlin (Berlin - Feb 25, 2016)