CFA: Kinds of Intelligence 3 – Cognitive Science Beyond the Human

The third annual Kinds of Intelligence conference will be held in Cambridge, UK from June 22-25 2020. The conference brings together researchers from philosophy, cognitive science and artificial intelligence to address questions concerning the structure, function and nature of intelligence and cognition, with a particular emphasis on non-human intelligences – both artificial and biological.

The Call for Abstracts for the conference is now open. Abstracts are welcomed from researchers in working any discipline relevant to the Kinds of Intelligence theme. Abstracts should be around 500 words in length, and should be submitted to no later than April 15. A prize will be awarded for the best talk by an early career researcher. For the full call for abstracts, visit

This year’s conference will open with the Margaret Boden lecture, delivered by Cecilia Heyes (Psychology, Oxford). Other confirmed speakers include:

  • Andrew Barron (Biological Sciences, Macquarie)
  • Feryal Behbahani (Artificial Intelligence, DeepMind)
  • Zanna Clay (Psychology, Durham)
  • Carl Craver (Philosophy, Washington University in St Louis)
  • John Danaher (Philosophy & Law, NUI Galway)
  • Carrie Figdor (Philosophy, Iowa)
  • Alison Gopnik (Psychology & Philosophy, UC Berkley)
  • Julia Haas (Philosophy, Rhodes College)
  • Diana Maynard (Computer Science, Sheffield)
  • Richard Moore (Philosophy & Cognitive Science, Warwick)
  • Stephen Neale (Philosophy, CUNY Graduate Center)
  • Samir Okasha (Philosophy, Bristol)
  • Neil Rabinowitz (Artificial Intelligence, DeepMind)
  • Catherine Stinson (Philosophy, Bonn)

For more information about the conference, visit

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