Diane Proudfoot

ProfessorDiane Proudfoot

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

Qualifications

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.

Recent Publications

  • Copeland BJ. and Proudfoot D. (2017) Turing's Imitation Game: What Does It Tell Us About the Nature of Intelligence? John Findlay Memorial Lecture. Boston University: 11 Dec 2017.
  • Copeland BJ. and Proudfoot D. (2017) Connectionism: computing with neurons. The Turing Guide: 309-314.Oxford University Press.
  • Proudfoot D. (2017) Alan Turing and evil AI. Zurich Switzerland: ETH Zurich. Republished by Oxford University Press at OUPblog: Oxford University Press's Academic Insights for the Thinking World. [The Turing Conversation].
  • 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.