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COMPUTATION LECTURE SERIES  |  Spring 2014 | Organized by Onur Yüce Gün and Prof. Terry Knight

Computing in (e)Scapes.  

Humans precede computers in computation: we compute via intertwined acts of active perception and bodily action. We observe, interact with and learn from places and things as we wander in scapes. Our experiences are then put into use - this time to make (within) scapes. Unexpected discoveries, novel encounters are often inherent to our escapes into unknown scapes. Are there any rules governing such human-computing in the multitude of world-scapes? In this lecture series we aim to explore the correlation between our active being and computing.

All lecture recordings can be found HERE