October 10th, 2006

Anhinga, snakebird

OZ cockpit display

To finish reviewing the 10th ICCNS conference, here is an image related to the plenary talk "Toward cognitive prostheses" by Ken Ford of the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (Florida):

A traditional aircraft cockpit setup vs. OZ cockpit display:

Image from http://www.sciencenews.org/articles/20030830/bob9.asp

The rest of the 10th ICCNS review is in my journal for drafts, including more details related to OZ cockpit, tongue-based interfaces, funding under NSF Science of Learning program, stress/norepinephrine-induced retrograde memory enhancement, norepinephrine control of exploitation/exploration tradeoffs in the behavior, and more: