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FEL-282501-22Research Programs: FellowshipsLisa TitusNew Foundations for the Study of Biological and Artificial Intelligence1/1/2022 - 8/31/2022$40,000.00Lisa Titus   Colorado SeminaryDenverCO80210-4711USA2021Philosophy, GeneralFellowshipsResearch Programs400000400000

Research and writing of a book on the distinction between artificial and human intelligence.

The primary deliverable will be an academic monograph, "Explaining Intelligence: New Foundations for the Study of Biological and Artificial Intelligence," which will provide much-needed philosophical foundations for understanding the nature of intelligence, elucidating and advancing its empirical study, and understanding its social and ethical impacts. The PI will develop and support a novel, non-reductive approach to the study of intelligence centered on minded intelligence: the kind of intelligence that beings with minds (including humans and many non-human animals, but not current AI systems) have. This work will demonstrate the central importance of humanistic inquiries into the complexities of studying intelligence in cognitive science, AI, and, and robotics contexts.