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Predictive Processing: the long road ahead.

In the previous posts in this series I’ve proposed an extreme synthesis of the Predictive Processing (PP) idea, as proposed by Andy Clark in “Surfing Uncertainty” – I concluded with a post that summarised why I think PP is the

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Predictive Processing: one theory to rule them all…

After discussing some of the basic concepts behind the Predictive Processing (PP) framework, it’s time to explore why I think it was worth the effort. In short, the explanatory power that PP seems to have is, as far as I

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The predictive brain (part one): what is this about?

LSE hosted quite an exciting public event (15/01/2015): Is the Brain a Predictive Machine? I had the pleasure to attend it and now find myself toying with a handful of ideas that are perhaps worth sharing. But first, the basics:

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