I work mainly at the intersection of Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Science, engaging extensively with empirical work in Neuroscience and AI. My research works to better understand what is revealed by pioneering studies of brains and neural networks, and how to relate these studies to embodied capacities of perception, thought, and action.
One current line of research I'm excited about applies the tools of cognitive science and AI research to the study of dance, and uses dance to critically reflect on scientific and philosophical approaches to the mind.
with Ben Lansdell and Konrad Kording
Creativity in AI-Dance Art
at Workshop on Embodiment in Perception of Creatvity
with Joshua Vogelstein et al.
Translated into Spanish by Fredy H. P. Galindo
Transl under review at Cuestiones Filosóficas
Generative Adversarial Collaboration with Richard Lange et al.
with Louise Daoust and Rob Willison
with Amanda Elbogen and Stephanie Keene
2022 Trends in Cognitive Sciences
2022 International Conference on Computational Creativity
2022 Position Paper
2021 Biology & Philosophy
2021 Teaching Philosophy
2021 Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience
2016 Guest Post on Daily Nous
2013 Policy Bulletin Prepared by
Plan UK and Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic
So You Think AI Can Dance?
Penn 2022 Eye, Mind, and Image, Visual Studies Conference
Symposium: Affirming Black Excellence in Cognitive Neuroscience
Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2021 Virtual
The Factivity and Nomicity of Information
Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology
Neural Dynamics and Inner Representations
SUNY Potsdam conference on Philosophy of Psychology
Weakness of Will, Resolutions, and Desires
The Philosopher's Cocoon Conference