New Vanderbilt course on Computational Mental Imagery

Maithilee Kunda will be teaching a new graduate course at Vanderbilt this fall called “Computational Mental Imagery.” Catalog description: Computational basis of visual mental imagery in human cognition and in artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Topics include knowledge representations and operations in mental imagery, role of mental imagery in problem solving, creativity, education, and scientific discovery, and variations in mental imagery in cognitive conditions such as autism.

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