Re: [Fis] fis Digest, Vol 575, Issue 7

2013-09-27 Thread John Prpic
Hi Raquel, Nice work with this, very interesting! I'm not sure if you remember, but we met at your poster at AAAS in Vancouver a little while back :) My research focus is predominantly on the IT side of things, though of course that also means the intersection of artifacts and individuals/

Re: [Fis] fis Digest, Vol 581, Issue 8

2014-03-14 Thread John Prpic
Dear FIS'ers, Thanks so much to all of you for your wonderfully thought provoking comments, questions, and feedback! In this note, I'll attempt to address some of the queries/comments that have been shared. John Collier says: [As I understand it, John?s approach is specifically based

Re: [Fis] fis Digest, Vol 581, Issue 8

2014-03-14 Thread John Prpic
haha, woops, sorry about that Joe :)Wonderful follow-up!Best,JohnFrom: "joe brenner" joe.bren...@bluewin.chTo: pr...@sfu.caCc: fis@listas.unizar.esSent: Friday, 14 March, 2014 18:56:12Subject: Re: Re: [Fis] fis Digest, Vol 581, Issue 8Dear Colleagues,John Collier is sufficiently well-known and

Re: [Fis] THE FRONTIERS OF INTELLIGENCE SCIENCE--Zhao Chuan

2015-03-11 Thread John Prpic
Dear Professor Zhong Colleagues, Unsurprisingly, some very rich food for thought in the FIS group so far this year! Here's a few comments that I hope are useful in some respect: - As I think about the idea of intelligence science as put forward, would it be useful to say that context and