2019

12 April ‘Pespectival computational models’
Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science, Boston University

2018

6–8 April ‘Making sense of probabilistic neural representations’
The Promise of Predictive Processing: A Critical Evaluation of its Prospects, Center for Cognitive Studies, Tufts University

2017

4–5 November ‘Are brains really probabilistic inference machines?’
Philosophy and Theory of Artificial Intelligence (PT-AI 2017), Leeds
6–9 September ‘Critically assessing predictive coding’
European Society for Philosophy of Science Conference (EPSA17), Exeter
31 May ‘How to be a realist about the mind’
Philosophy Colloquium, Institute for Philosophy, Ruhr-Universität
27 March ‘Dividing the sea: Pluralism about computational identity’
Workshop on Computational Psychology, University of Edinburgh

2016

5 December ‘Sharing someone else’s brain’
Socially extended minds?, Institute for Advanced Study, Pavia
30 November ‘Melding minds with colleagues’
Department of Philosophy, Central European University, Budapest
8–9 July ‘What is predictive coding?’
Prediction & Hallucination: A Hearing The Voice Workshop, University of Durham
30 May–2 June ‘Information and representation in probabilistic models of cognition’
30th Annual International Workshop on the History and Philosophy of Science, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
8 April ‘Realism about cognitive science’
Department of Philosophy, University of Florence

2015

19 November ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
John J. Reilly Center Program in the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Notre Dame
21–23 September ‘Anti-reductionism about mental representations’
Mental Representation: The foundation of cognitive science?, Ruhr-Universität year
8 May ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
Philosophy and History and Philosophy of Science seminar, University of Pittsburgh
7 May ‘Fictionalism about neural representation’
Philosophy and History and Philosophy of Science seminar, University of Pittsburgh
13–17 April ‘Predictive coding’
42nd Annual Philosophy of Science Conference, Dubrovnik
30 March ‘Predictive coding’
CogNovo Lecture Series, Plymouth University

2014

5–6 June ‘Fictionalism about neural representation’
Conference on Science and Reality, University of Bergen
17 March ‘Fictionalism about neural representation’
Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of Birmingham
5 March ‘Fictionalism about neural representation’
Philosophy, Psychology, and Informatics Reading Group (PPIG), University of Edinburgh
16 January ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
Department of Philosophy & Institute Vienna Circle, University of Vienna

2013

18 October ‘Do group minds exist?’
Royal Institute of Philosophy, London
3–4 October ‘Psychiatry and the extended mind’
Royal College of Psychiatry, UK Conference on Philosophy & Psychiatry, Edinburgh
20 June ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
Department Research Seminar, University of Durham
20–22 May ‘Predictive coding’
Institute of Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
15 April ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
19 February ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
Philosophy Colloquium, University of Aberdeen

2012

30 October ‘Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?’
Department of Philosophy Senior Seminar, University of Glasgow
5 October ‘Psychiatry and the extended mind’
Scottish Philosophy & Psychiatry Conference, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Edinburgh
12–13 May ‘Making friends with representationalism about computation’
Philosophy and Computation International Workshop, Lund University
2 May ‘Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition’
Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of St. Andrews
19 April ‘Commentary on Edouard Machery’s ‘Evidence in Cognitive Neuroscience’’
PPLS Interdisciplinary Seminar, University of Edinburgh
14 March ‘Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition’
Philosophy Society, University of Glasgow
8 March ‘How does the situated cognition program justify the extended mind?’
Cognition in Action Lecture Series, University of Milan

2011

29 June ‘What is a computational mechanism?’
Mechanisms and Modelling in Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Edinburgh
26 April ‘Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition’
Mind Network Meeting, University of Warwick, April 2011

2010

19 March ‘Real computational structure’
Workshop on Proof and Computation, Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Bristol

2009

26 November ‘Doing without a principle of demarcation’
Conference on Cognitive Systems and the Extended Mind, Osnabrück
23–25 November ‘Inference, explanation, and extended cognition’
Workshop on the Extended Mind Thesis in Theory and Applications, ZiF Bielefeld
13 October ‘Does a rock perform every computation?’
Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
20 May ‘Extending the conscious mind’
Serious Metaphysics Group, University of Cambridge
21 April ‘Does a rock perform every computation?’
Philosophical Society, University of St. Andrews
2 April ‘Inference, explanation, and extended cognition’
Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of Stirling
23–25 March ‘Can computations be objective features of the world?’
Conference on the Science and Philosophy of Unconventional Computing, Cambridge
5 March ‘Can computations be objective features of the world?’
Philosophy of Physics Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford
27 January ‘Inference, explanation, and extended cognition’
Centre for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Sussex

2008

1 November ‘Commentary on Katherine Hawley’s ‘Testimony and Knowing How’’
Memorial conference for Peter Lipton, University of Cambridge
10–11 July ‘Alternative cognition and extended cognition’
British Society for the Philosophy of Science, University of St. Andrews
7–8 July ‘Computation, individuation, and the representation condition’
Computation and Cognitive Science conference, King’s College, Cambridge

2007

20 November ‘Alternative cognition and extended cognition’
Vehicle Externalism Workshop, NTNU Trondheim
9–12 July ‘Alternative cognition and extended cognition’
European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP), Geneva
8 February ‘Realism about computation and two senses of mind dependence’
Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London

2006

12 December ‘Not all computations are effective methods’
Philosophy and History of Science Seminar, University of Bristol
24 October ‘Algorithms and the Chinese room’
Moral Sciences Club, University of Cambridge
18 October ‘Not all computations are effective methods’
Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge
24–27 August ‘Realism about computation in cognitive science’
European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP), Belfast
7–9 July ‘Realism about computation and two senses of mind dependence’
Joint Session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society, Southampton
6–7 July ‘Realism about computation in cognitive science’
British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS), Southampton

2005

17 November ‘Realism about computation and two senses of mind dependence’
Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge
26 May ‘Algorithms and the Chinese room’
Department of Philosophy, University of Geneva
24 May ‘Algorithms and the Chinese room’
Centre for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Sussex

2004

27–28 March ‘Algorithms and the Chinese room’
Columbia–NYU Graduate Philosophy Conference, New York

2003

15–16 November ‘Algorithms and the Chinese room’
Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference, University of Oxford
7–13 August ‘Algorithms and the Chinese room’
International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Oviedo
18–21 July ‘The frame problem and the treatment of prediction in scientific theory’
British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS), Belfast
EPSA2017
Pittsburgh
PT-AI2017