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Extended Neural Metastability in an Embodied Model of Sensorimotor Coupling

This paper is an extension of some of the results worked during my PhD thesis. We investigate how the source of metastability in cognitive activity is not necessarily restricted to the action of neural circuits alone, but in some circumstances … Continue reading

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PhD thesis defence – Interaction Dynamics and Autonomy in Cognitive Systems

Last week I defended my PhD dissertation entitled ‘Interaction Dynamics and Autonomy in Cognitive Systems’. It was a beautiful and intense experience for closing four years of work. The thesis was examined by Ricard Solé, Ezequiel di Paolo and Seth … Continue reading

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Multitudinous identities: a qualitative and network analysis of the 15M collective identity

Some time ago I published a paper with Arnau Monterde, Antonio Calleja-López, Xabier Barandiaran y John Postill about collective identities in the 15M and related networked movements. We argue that the 15M movement  in  Spain  demands conceptual and methodological innovations. … Continue reading

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Self-Organized Criticality, Plasticity and Sensorimotor Coupling. Explorations with a Neurorobotic Model in a Behavioural Preference Task

It’s been some time since I started to develop a model of relational in a robot’s oscillatory neural controller. For a couple of years I have been intermittently working in a simulated agent in a behavioural preference task controlled by … Continue reading

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Quantifying long-range correlations and 1/f patterns in a minimal experiment of social interaction

Bedia, M. G., Aguilera, M., Gomez, T., Larrode, D. G., & Seron, F. (2014). Quantifying long-range correlations and 1/f patterns in a minimal experiment of social interaction. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1281. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01281 Together with Manuel Bedia, Tomás Gómez, David … Continue reading

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Technopolitics in the Spanish 15M movement: new models of self-organizing political action of connected multitudes

I just came back from attending to the ANN SONIC Conference at Los Angeles. I was invited together with Javier Toret by Manuel Castells to present some of the results we have been developing during the last year at the … Continue reading

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The situated HKB model

Together with Manuel Bedia, Xabier Barandiaran and Bruno Santos I just published in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience a paper entitled ‘The situated HKB model: how sensorimotor spatial coupling can alter oscillatory brain dynamics’. This paper explores the role of a … Continue reading

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ECAL 2013: Political Self-Organization in Twitter + Ultrastable CTRNNs

I just got back from the 12th European Conference on Artificial Life, where a presented two different contributions. As well, I attended to some very interesting contributions. One of them was the ‘Artificial Life in Massive Data Flow‘ workshop, where … Continue reading

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Nuevo proyecto de fin de carrera – trabajo de fin de máster: Synco 2.0

Publicamos una nueva oferta de proyecto de fin de carrera – trabajo de fin de máster, inspirado en el trabajo de Stafford Beer en el Chile de Allende: Synco 2.0: redes de organización social cibernética En 1971 el científico británico … Continue reading

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Nuevos proyectos de fin de carrera – trabajos de fin de máster

Para este curso Manuel Bedia y yo sacamos dos proyectos de fin de carrera / trabajos de fin de máster para alumnos de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Desenmarañando el trazo del artista: análisis dinámico de la interacción humano-herramienta (en colaboración … Continue reading

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