Cognition and Technology

Co-existence, convergence and co-evolution

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| University of Cambridge
| University of Southern Denmark
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This new collection of contributions to the field of Cognitive Technology (CT) provides the (to date) widest spectrum of the state of the art in the discipline — a disciple dedicated to humane factors in tool design. The reader will find here a summary of past research as well as an overview of new areas for future investigations. The collection contains an extensive CT agenda identifying many as yet unsolved, CT-related, design issues. An exciting new development is the concept of ‘natural technology’. Some examples of natural technologies are discussed and the merits of empirical investigations (into what they are and how they develop), of interest to cognitive scientists and designers of new (corrective, digital) technologies, are pointed out. Another distinctive feature of the collection is that it provides examples of scientists’ tools; important, too, is its emphasis on ethics in tool design. The collection ends with a provocative coda (any responses can appear in the new, annual, CT forum of the Pragmatics and Cognition journal). The collection will appeal to all scientists, humanists and professionals interested in the interface between human cognitive processes and the technologies that augment them.
[Not in series, 127]  2004.  vi, 369 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Pragmatics of Technology
Barbara Gorayska and Jacob L. Mey
1–22
Theoretical issues
23
Towards a science of the bio-technological mind
Andy Clark
25–36
Language as a cognitive technology
Marcelo Dascal †
37–62
Relevance, goal management and cognitive technology
Roger Lindsay and Barbara Gorayska
63–107
Robots as cognitive tools
Rolf Pfeifer
109–126
The origins of narrative: In search of the transactional format of narratives in humans and other social animals
Kerstin Dautenhahn
127–152
The semantic web: Knowledge representation and affordance
Sanjay Chandrasekharan
153–172
Applications
173
Cognition and body image
Hanan Abdulwahab El Ashegh and Roger Lindsay
175–223
Looking under the rug: Context and context-aware artifacts
Christopher Lueg
225–239
Body Moves and tacit knowing
Satinder P. Gill
241–265
Gaze aversion and the primacy of emotional dysfunction in autism
Sarah Bowman, Lisa Hinkley, Jim Barnes and Roger Lindsay
267–301
Communicating sequential activities: An investigation into the modelling of collaborative action for system design
Marina Jirotka and Paul Luff
303–330
Coda
331
“The end of the Dreyfus affair”: (Post)Heideggerian meditations on man, machine and meaning
Syed Mustafa Ali
333–343
Martin Luther King and the “ghost in the machine”
Will Fitzgerald
345–353
Name index
355–364
Subject index
365–369
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Subjects

Philosophy

Philosophy
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2004050172