Diane Proudfoot

ProfessorDiane Proudfoot

Honours & Postgraduate Co-ordinator
Karl Popper 601A
Internal Phone: 95376


Research Interests

My current research is in Turing, history and philosophy of computer science, philosophy of language and logic, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of religion, Wittgenstein, and Popper.

Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

  • Copeland BJ. and Proudfoot D. (2017) Connectionism: computing with neurons. The Turing Guide: 309 - 314.Oxford University Press.
  • Proudfoot D. (2017) Child machines. The Turing Guide: 315 - 325.Oxford University Press.
  • Proudfoot D. (2017) The Turing test--from every angle. The Turing Guide: 287 - 300.Oxford University Press.
  • Proudfoot D. (2017) Turing's concept of intelligence. The Turing Guide: 301 - 307.Oxford University Press.
  • Copeland BJ. and Proudfoot D. (2016) Connectionism, computing with neurons. In Bowen JP; Copeland BJ; Sprevak M; al RJWE (Ed.), The Turing Guide Oxford: Oxford University Press.