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Human AI

Short or summer course

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Human processes of all kinds are complex and adaptive. Mental, social, and health-related processes can all change and adapt over time with human behaviour. Thought-based processes can change as a result of learning, social interactions can evolve over time, and health-related processes are susceptible to change too. 

This course will present theories and findings from a wide range of disciplines, including various branches of cognitive, social, health and neuroscience, to gain insight into underlying mechanisms of human processes that can be exploited in human AI modeling and simulation. The various scientific theories form a factual basis for modelling the processes. We can understand these often adaptive mechanisms through causal relations and causal pathways, which we can model as networks. Using this theoretical framework and the software provided, students can easily simulate a variety of scenarios.

This course invites you to connect your findings with those of your peers and collaborate on research-based projects. During the second week, students will carry out activities that could lay the foundations for a publication that can be finished later on in the course.

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English

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12 days

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8 Jul '24 1 May '24 1 May '24

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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Main address
De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV Amsterdam
020-5985020

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