Wlodzislaw Duch

Talks in English are below; Referaty po Polsku są tu

These talks should be collected into clusters on similar topics as some slides have been re-used in several talks, but I have no time to do so.
The list of papers associated with these talks is here.
Some videos of my talks are on YouTube.


  1. Large foundational models, scientific discoveries and artificial consciousness.
    Konwersatorium SDNŚiP dla doktorantów UJ, Cognitive science and AI. , Webex, 04.04.2024.

  2. Large foundational models, brains, and scientific discoveries (PDF 10 MB)
    Dynamics, Mathematical Analysis and Artificial Intelligence Center (CD DAMSI), Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, 19.12.2023
    Youtube recording (slides in English, speaking in Polish): Duże modele językowe, mózgi i odkrycia naukowe.

  3. Asymptotic spatiotemporal averaging of the power of EEG signals for schizophrenia diagnostics (PDF 6.5 MB).
    2023 International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP2023), Changsha, China, 2023.11.18-26.

  4. Limits of spatial, temporal, and recurrence analysis of EEG signals (PDF 7.7 MB)
    Second International Workshop on Complex Systems Science and Health Neuroscience, Toruń, Poland, 25.09.2023

  5. Understanding real brain neurodynamics using recurrence analysis (PDF 8.5 MB)
    ICAISC 2023, The 21st International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, Hotel Bachleda Kasprowy, Zakopane, Poland, 18-22.06.2023.

  6. Current state and future prospects of artificial intelligence (PDF 7.5 MB)
    Konwersatorium im. Jerzego Pniewskiego i Leopolda Infelda (Physics Colloquium), Warsaw University, 5.06.2023 (video should be on this channel).

  7. Artificial Intelligence changes everything (PDF 11 MB)
    Thursday Colloquium, WFAiIS UMK, Toruń, 1.06.2023 AI changes everything (on YouTube) |

  8. State of Artificial Intelligence, Part I (PDF 8 MB) and State of Artificial Intelligence, Part II (PDF 9 MB). April 2023.
    Klub Nauki i Biznesu Dell Technologies, Warszawa, 17.04.2023.

  9. Artificial Intelligence and Neurotechnologies for Human Augmentation , PDF 6.5 MB.
    FAIML 2023, Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, China, organized by Chongquing University, Beijing, Hong Kong, 14-16.04.2023.

  10. State of Artificial Intelligence March 2023.
    Dept of Informatics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, 27.03.2023.

  11. Artificial Intelligence, neurotechnologies and human augmentation (PDF 8 MB) and YouTube recording.
    YUFE Academy, NCU Toruń, 06.12.2022.

  12. Neurodynamics and recurrence quantification analysis of EEG data.
    Komisja Informatyki, Oddział PAN, Poznań, 25.11.2022.

  13. Brains and evolution of culture. (PDF 7.5 MB)
    Seminars "Paradygmat ewolucji w naukach społecznych", Poznań, 24.11.2022.

  14. BMIs for human enhancement: what has been done and what is coming? (PDF 2.4 MB)
    Keynote lecture, BMI Workshop, International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics . Clarion Congress Hotel Prague, Czech Republic, 10.09-12.10.2022.

  15. BMI and digital privacy. (PDF 2.4 MB)
    International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics . Clarion Congress Hotel Prague, Czech Republic, 10.09-12.10.2022.

  16. Artificial Intelligence and neuro-cognitive technologies for human augmentation. (PDF 9.5 MB)
    PhD School: Artificial Intelligence for Urban Air Mobility (AI4UAM), Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 6.09.2022

  17. Mental states in brains and computers (PDF 7.5 MB)
    SANO Krakow, 23.05.2022.

  18. Recipe for a conspiracy theory. Memes and neuroscience (PDF 15 MB)
    Institute of Physics, Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Informatics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, 10.03.2022. Recording of the presentation on our server (158 MB) and on YouTube.

  19. Most interesting developments in neuroscience, IMHO. In Prezi,
    TYGIEL, 27.11.2021.

  20. Human enhancement and the future of BCI (PDF, 13.5 MB).
    ACM ISS (Interactive Surfaces and Spaces), hybrid, 14-17.11.2021.11. YouTube recording.

  21. What is needed to fully understand mental processes? (PDF, 10 MB)
    XIII Kongres Polskiego Towarzystwa Kognitywistycznego, Virtual, 2021.09.23-25, slightly modified version in Prezi for "Przegląd i badania nad Ośrodkowym Układem Nerwowym – obecny stan wiedzy i perspektywy na przyszłość", Fundacja na rzecz promocji nauki i rozwoju TYGIEL, 27.11.2021.

  22. Artificial Intelligence and the future of the world (PDF 8.7 MB)
    Geophysics Toruń SA, Technological Workshop, Copernicus Hotel, Toruń, 9.09.2021.

  23. Brain-inspired cognitive computing (PDF 7.5 MB)
    ICAISC 2021, The 20th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, Hotel Mercure Kasprowy, Zakopane, Poland, 21.06.2021.

  24. Brain-Computer-Brain Interfaces (PDF 13.5 MB)
    Dynamics, Mathematical Analysis and Artificial Intelligence Center (CD DAMSI), Toruń, 21.05.2021

  25. Neuroinformatics: challenges – what, how and why. (PDF 13.5 MB)
    University Centre of Excellence Dynamics, Mathematical Analysis and Artificial Intelligence, 12.05.2021

  26. Challenges and prospects of neuroinformatics. (PDF 12.0 MB)
    Statistical Physics in Complex Systems (SPICy seminar), Wrocław Technical University, 7.05.2021, YouTube recording.

  27. Searching for fingerprints of brain activity. (PDF 5.0 MB)
    Symposium on Measurement and Control, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei, China, 10.03.2021

  28. Brain-inspired cognitive computing (PDF 6.5 MB)
    KIiA PAN-UMK-UTP seminar, Poland, 27.11.2020,

  29. AI and Neurocognitive Technologies for Human Augmentation, PDF 4.6 MB
    The 19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, Hotel Mercure Kasprowy, Zakopane (ICAISC 2020), Poland, 12-14.10.2020

  30. WCCI2020 Panel on Research Funding: European Union (PDF, 1.5 MB), and with voice comments (PPTX, 7.6 MB).
    World Congress on Computational Intelligence, Glasgow, Scotland, 7/2020

  31. Artificial Intelligence and Neurocognitive Technologies for Human Augmentation, PDF 7.2 MB and PPTX with voice comments, 36 MB.
    The 27th International Conference on Transdisciplinary Engineering (TE2020), Warsaw, Poland, 1-10.07.2020

  32. Artificial Intelligence and Neurocognitive Technologies for Human Augmentation. PDF 7.8MB, and PPSX with voice comments. , 42MB.
    12th Asian Conference on Intelligent Information and Database Systems, ACIIDS 2020, Phuket Graceland Resort and Spa (Thailand), moved to the Web, 23-26.03.2020

  33. AI for better brains. 12 MB PDF.
    Artificial Intelligence: Art or Science? SISSA, Trieste, Italy. 11-14.11.2019

  34. High performance computing and neuropsychiatry. 9 MB PDF.
    High-Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence for Mental Illness, Suicide Prevention, and Substance Abuse Research Summit. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN USA, July 2019.

  35. Multi-level explanations in neuroscience II: Searching for fingerprints of brain cognitive activity. 8.5 MB PDF.
    1st Summer School of Interdisciplinary Research on Brain Network Dynamics, Val di Sole Monastery, Dolomite mountains, Italy, June 6/2019

  36. Multi-level explanations in neuroscience I: From genes to subjective experiences. 11 MB PDF.
    1st Summer School of Interdisciplinary Research on Brain Network Dynamics, Val di Sole Monastery, Dolomite mountains, Italy, June 6/2019

  37. Analysis of neurodynamics for diagnosis of mental states. 10 MB PDF.
    The 19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, Hotel Mercure Kasprowy, Zakopane, 16-20 June, Zakopane.

  38. How to understand brain-mind. 12 MB PDF.
    10 years of Cognitive Science at Nicolaus Copernicus University, 29.05.2019.

  39. Artificial intelligence and neurocognitive technologies. 9.1 MB PDF.
    Polsko-Niemieckie Spotkania Naukowe: Warszawski Oddział Societas Humboldtiana Polonorum, Ambasada Niemiec, DAAD i Niemiecki Instytut Historyczny (DHI), 14.03.2019.

  40. Diagnosis based on nonlinear analysis of brain neurodynamics (PDF 5.5 MB).
    161st Seminar of International Centre of Biocybernetics, “Computer-aided diagnosis support by digital pathology", Nalecz Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, 04-06.11.2018.

  41. Critical review of current Autism Spectrum Disorders theories (PDF, 4.5 MB).
    Psychological, Genetic and Neurological Aspects of ASD Diagnosis. X International Scientific Symposium, Gdańsk, Poland, 19-20.10.2018.

  42. Artificial intelligence and neurocognitive technologies. 9 MB PDF.
    PP-RAI 2018, Polish Collaboration for Development of Artificial Intelligence, Poznań 18-19.10.2018

  43. Brain Research in Poland - Executive Summary. 2.4 MB PDF.
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Miyazaki, Japan, Meeting of Global Current and Emerging Brain Initiatives. 7-10.10.2018.

  44. Neurocognitive informatics for understanding brain functions. 11.8 MB PDF.
    FedCSIS 2018, Poznań 09-12.09.2018, Youtube Recording.

  45. Representation of concepts in brain networks. 6.5 MB PDF.
    Knowledge representation in many–agent systems. Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, 7-8.09.2018

  46. Multi-level explanations in neuroscience: from genes to subjective experiences. III. Fingerprints of mental activity. Neurodynamics on real brain networks. 7.1 MB PDF.
    Neuroscience: Machine Learning Meets Fundamental Theory, The 58th Cracow School of Theoretical Physics. Zakopane, Poland, 15-23.06.2018.

  47. Multi-level explanations in neuroscience: from genes to subjective experiences. II. Neurodynamics. Brain simulations at different levels. 4.6 MB PDF.
    Neuroscience: Machine Learning Meets Fundamental Theory, The 58th Cracow School of Theoretical Physics. Zakopane, Poland, 15-23.06.2018.

  48. Multi-level explanations in neuroscience: from genes to subjective experiences. I. Brain and Machine Learning inspirations. 3.7 MB PDF.
    Neuroscience: Machine Learning Meets Fundamental Theory, The 58th Cracow School of Theoretical Physics. Zakopane, Poland, 15-23.06.2018.

  49. Fingerprints of brain cognitive activity. PDF 10.7 MB.
    ICAISC 2018, The 18th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, Hotel Mercure Kasprowy, Zakopane, Poland, 03-07.06.2018.

  50. Optimizing brain processes. Neurocognitive technologies. 8.5 MB PDF.
    Video: Polonium Foundation, University of Surrey, UK, 16.05.2018.

  51. Fingerprints of brain activity - promising approaches. 8 MB PDF.
    3rd International Scientific Conference on Brain-Computer Interfaces, Opole, Poland, 13-03-2018.

  52. A few machine learning algorithms worth further development. 9.6 MB PDF.
    Systemy inteligentne. teoria, praktyka, wyzwania. Seminarium środowiskowe, Wydział Matematyki i Nauk Informacyjnych Politechniki Warszawskiej, 21-11-2017.

  53. Perspective on disorders of consciousness (PDF, 4.1 MB)
    IV International Conference „Towards standards of care for coma patients", Toruń 7-8.09.2017

  54. From understanding the brain to neurocognitive technologies (PDF, 12.5 MB)
    18th Engineering Applications of Neural Networks conference (EANN) keynote talk. Athens, Greece, 25-27.08.2017.

  55. Brains and the limits of self-knowledge (PDF, 3.9 MB)
    Limits of knowledge. International Scientific Conference Humboldt-Kolleg. Societas Humboldtiana Polonorum, invited talk, Kraków, 22-25.06.2017.

  56. Mapping psychological concepts on higher order brain dynamics (PDF, 9.7 MB).
    ICAISC 2017, The 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, plenary talk, Hotel Mercure Kasprowy, Zakopane, Poland, 2017.06.11-15.

  57. Visualization of mind inside the brain (PDF, 5.4 MB).
    Information Visualisation in Humanities, plenary talk, Collegium Humanisticum, NCU Toruń, 2017.03.23-24.

  58. Imagery agnosia (PPTX, 7.5 MB).
    KU Leuven, invited talk 25.11.2016

  59. Self as a function of the brain (PDF 4 MB).
    Soul or brain: what makes us human?, Interdisciplinary Workshop, Faculty of Theology, Nicolaus Copernicus University, in cooperation with the Department of Christian Philosophy, University Innsbruck. Plenary talk, Toruń, 19-21.10.2016. YouTube recording.

  60. Communication as a resonance between cognitive systems. PDF 8.5 MB.
    CogInfoCom, Cognitive Infocommunications, Keynote talk, Wroclaw, Poland, 16-18.10.2016

  61. Neurodynamics, Neuroimaging and Brains. PDF 7.5 MB.
    ICANN 2016, 25th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, keynote talk, Barcelona, Spain 6-9.09.2016

  62. Music and the Brain. PDF 3.5 MB.
    Second International Scientific Conference Cochlear Implants and Music, plenary talk, Warsaw 13-14.07.2016

  63. Understanding Brains Through Experiments and Models of Neurodynamics. PDF 7 MB.
    ICAISC 2016, The 15th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, plenary talk, 12-16.06.2016.

  64. From brain to mind - challenges for mathematicians (or problems where I could use help …). PDF 6.5 MB.
    Biofizmat, Centrum Banacha, plenary talk, Warszawa, 2016.05.19-20

  65. What is digital world doing to our brains? PDF 6.4 MB.
    European University Information Systems 2016 Rectors' Conference, plenary talk, Kraków, 14.04.2016.

  66. Neurolinguistics: what do we want to achieve (PDF, 5.6 MB).
    45th Poznań Linguistic Meeting (PLM2015), UAM Poznań, invited talk, 19.09.2015.

  67. Signs of consciousness in humans and machines (PDF, 1.7 MB).
    Symposium on Machine Consciousness, X Congress of Polish Philosophy. Invited talk, UAM Poznań, 19.09.2015.

  68. Visualization for Science Policy Makers (PD, 7 MB).
    Wizualizacja dla nauki, Biblioteka Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, invited plenary, 18.09.2015

  69. Cognitive Science and Music (PDF, 3 MB).
    International Scientific Conference Cochlear Implants and Music, invited talk, Warsaw 16.07.2015

  70. Grand Challenge: Computational Neurophenomics for understanding people’s behavior (PDF, 5.5 MB).
    Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of Polish Academy od Science (CAMK), Warsaw 1.07.2015

  71. Neurobiological foundations of ethics and law (PDF, 4 MB).
    Humboldt-Kolleg, plenary talk, Ethics in Science and Life, Standards and Dilemmas. Toruń 10-13.05.2015

  72. Dariah and other digital humanities projects (PDF, 3.4 MB).
    Digital Humanities, invited talk, Warsaw University, Poland, 27.11.2014

  73. Grand challenge: Computational Neurophenomics for understanding people’s behavior (PPTX, 11 MB).
    CGW Workshop 2014, Cyfronet Kraków , Poland; and a bit newer version (CAMK, Warszawa, 1. 07.2015).

  74. The Universe, Mind and Intelligence - without God? (PPTX, 4.5 MB),
    Debate with Andy McIntosh, orgniazed by students in Collegium Minus, NCU Toruń, 10.12.2013

  75. Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD: some conclusions from computational simulations (PDF, 5.7 MB), and extended version here (PDF 7 MB).
    XXVI Marian Smoluchowski Symposium on Statistical Physics, "Complexity of Brain: Critical Behaviour and Scaling", Plenary talk, Kraków, Collegium Maius. 28-31.08.2013
    YouTube recording.

  76. Education and the brain. (PDF, 8.7 MB),
    WCCE Toruń, invited plenary, 1-7.06.2013.

  77. Make it cheap: learning with O(nd) complexity. (PPTX, 1.3 MB),
    WCCI, Brisbane 6/2012.

  78. Meta-Learning: the future of data mining. (PPTX, 5 MB),
    INFER mid term workshop, invited talk, 16.04.2012.

  79. Social intelligence: what we need to understand (PPTX 6.6 MB),
    European Network for Social Intelligence, Warsaw 10.03.2012

  80. How to reach full human potential: take care of the brain (PPTX 8.3 MB), and Youtube video,
    TEDx Poznań, 18.02.2012.

  81. Brains: the ultimate challenge for complex systems (PPTX 16.8 MB),
    NTU SPMS, Singapore, 5.09.2011

  82. Attention deficits in autism and ADHD (PPTX 6.3 MB),
    Innovative Methods of Neurorehabilitation, Toruń, Poland, 17-19.04.2011

  83. Support Feature Machine for DNA microarray data (PPTX 1.0 MB).
    Presented at: 7th International Conference on Rough Sets and Current Trends in Computing (RSCTC 2010);
    Paper: Maszczyk T, Duch W, Support Feature Machine for DNA microarray data.
    Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence Vol. 6086, pp. 178-186, 2010.

  84. Support Feature Machines: Support Vectors are not enough (PPTX 1.0 MB).
    Presented at: IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (WCCI 2010), Barcelona, 18.07.2010;
    Paper: Maszczyk T, Duch W, Support Feature Machines: Support Vectors are not enough.
    WCCI IEEE Press, pp. 3852-3859, 2010.

  85. Almost Random Projection Machine with Margin Maximization and Kernel Features (PPTX 1.0 MB).
    Presented at: Talk presented at the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'10), Thessaloniki, Greece, 15.09.2010.
    Paper: Maszczyk T, Duch W, Almost Random Projection Machine with Margin Maximization and Kernel Features.. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 6353, pp. 40-48, 2010

  86. Dynamic Semantic Visual Information Management (PPTX 2.0 MB),
    presented at the 9th conf. on Information and Management Sciences (IMS2010), with Julian Szymanski. Urumchi, Xinjang, China, 11-14 August 2010

  87. Imagery, Creativity, Brains and Talent. (PPT 12.1 MB),
    Hitachi Advanced Research Laboratory. Hatoyama-machi, Saitama, Japan, 14.07.2010

  88. Consciousness and Creativity in Brain-Inspired Cognitive Architectures. (PPTX 6.7 MB),
    First CHIST-ERA conference. Rome-EUR, Italy May 27-28, 2010

  89. Meta-Learning: towards universal learning paradigms. (PPT 9.2 MB),
    Tutorial at the 16th International Conference on Neural Information Processing, (ICONIP'09). Bangkok, Thailand, Dec. 1-5, 2009

  90. Clustering semantic spaces of suicide notes and newsgroups. (PPT 1.2 MB),
    Poster Presented at BioNLP Workshop (with Pawel Matykiewicz and John P. Pestian). Boulder, Colorado, June 4-5, 2009

  91. Imagery Agnosia: what goes on in my head? (PPT 2.2 MB),
    Body, perception and awareness. Motor and multimodal perspectives. Torun, Poland, Nov. 23-25, 2009

  92. Attractors in Neurodynamical Systems (PPT 3.6 MB),
    2nd International Conference on Cognitive Neurodynamics (ICCN 2009). Hangzhou, China, Nov. 15-19, 2009

  93. Autism and Computational Simulations (PPT 11.7 MB),
    Centre of Research for Computational Sciences & Informatics in Biology, Bioindustry, Environment, Agriculture & Healthcare (CRYSTAL), University of Malaya. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Oct. 26-29, 2009

  94. Autism, Ion Channels and Computer Simulations (PPT 4.4 MB),
    Bioinformatics in Torun, BIT 2009. Torun, Poland, May 21-23, 2009

  95. Consciousness, Imagery and Music (PPT 2.8 MB), Abstract (PDF 0.1 MB).
    Consciousness: A Transdisciplinary, Integrated Approach, COST Action BM0605 workshop. Ghent, Nov 20-21, 2008

  96. Free Will and the Brain: Are we Automata? (PPT 3.5 MB)
    3rd Ethics and Science for Environment Forum. Torun, UMK, Oct 12-14, 2008

  97. Is embodiment necessary for natural language understanding? (PPT 6.7 MB)
    Enactivism: A new paradigm? From neurophenomenology and social/evolutionary robotics to distributed cognition. Torun, UMK, Oct 6-8, 2008

  98. Mind from brain: physics & neuroscience (PPT 5.8 MB)
    Neuroscience Meets Theoretical Physics. Krakow, Jagiellonian University, Sept 25-26, 2008

  99. Neurocognitive approach to natural language understanding and creativity (PPT 7.5 MB)
    AKRR'08 - International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Adaptive Knowledge Representation and Reasoning. Porvoo, Finland, September 17-19, 2008.

  100. Computational intelligence for data understanding.
    Tutorial presented at the BEST 2008 School. Warsaw, Poland, 7.07, 2008

  101. How to learn highly non-separable data (PPT 3.8 MB)
    The 9th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing 2008, Zakopane, Poland, 23.06.2008

  102. Brains, logic and computational models. (PPT 4.8 MB)
    Argumentation as a cognitive process, Torun, Poland, May 2008.

  103. Global Visualization of Neural Dynamics, K. Dobosz + WD (PPT 1.8 MB)
    COST Neuromath Meeting, Jena, Germany, April 2008

  104. Cognitive Architectures: Where do we go from here? (PPT 4.0 MB),
    First Conference on the Artificial General Intelligence, Memphis, TN, USA, 1-3.3.2008.

  105. Meta-Learning and learning in highly non-separable cases (PPT 4.8 MB)
    Neuroinformatica 2008, Moskov, Russia, 22.1.2008.

  106. Creativity, Neuroscience and Neurocognitive Informatics (PPT 3.2 MB)
    Neuropsychology and Cognitive Methods in Medicine, CM Bydgoszcz, 16.1.2008.

  107. Computational model of the brain stem functions, WD + K. Dobosz, G. Osiński (PPT 1.1 MB)
    COST Neuromath Meeting, Rome, Italy, Dec. 2007

  108. A Kolmogorov-Smirnov Correlation-Based Filter for Microarray Data (PPT 1.5 MB)
    International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP2007), Kitakyushu, Japan, Nov. 2007

  109. Are we automata? (PPT 3.4 MB)
    Talk presented at the confernece: Self, Intersubjectivity and Social Neuroscience: From Mind and Action to Society. Torun, Poland, September 24-26, 2007

  110. Semantic Memory Architecture for Knowledge Acquisition and Management (with J. Szymanski, PPT 3.2 MB),
    Talk presented at the 7th conf. on information and management sciences (IMS2007) Lhasa, Tibet, China, 1-6 July 2007

  111. Neurocognitive Inspirations in Natural Language Processing (PPT 3.9MB)
    Talk organized by the Ohio State's Departments of Biomedical Informatics and Linguistics and The Computational Medicine Center (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and University of Cincinnati), Columbus, OH, Feb. 9, 2007

  112. Automatic Discovery of Shared Interest: Minimum Spanning Trees Displaying Semantic Similarity (PPT 6.2 MB)
    Talk presented at the Brain Science Institue, RIKEN, Wakoshi, Japan, Jan. 10, 2007

  113. Towards comprehensive foundations of Computational Intelligence (PPT 3.2 MB)
    International Conference on Neural Information Processing, ICONIP2006, Hong Kong, 5.10.2006

  114. Cognitive Systems discussion panel (PPT 1.0 MB)
    Talk presented at the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'06), Athens, Greece, 13.09.2006

  115. k-separability (PPT 1.0 MB)
    Talk presented at the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'06), Athens, Greece, 11.09.2006

  116. Neurocognitive approach to creativity (PPT 3.5 MB)
    Talk presented at the International Symposium on Artificial Brain with Emotion and Learning (ISABEL), Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 25.08.2006

  117. Brain, Mind, Consciousness and the Ghost in the Machine (PPT 12 MB)
    Cincinnati, Polish-American society meeting, Piotr Chomczynski's residence, 13.07.2006

  118. How to learn hard Boolean functions (PPT 1.8 MB)
    Talk presented at the 24th Polioptimization Conference, Sabrinowo, Poland, 20.06.2006

  119. Neurocognitive science: mind from brain? (PPT 2.4 MB)
    Neurocognitive Days, SWPS, Warsaw, Poland, 7.06.2006

  120. Neurocognitive approach to creativity and higher-level cognition (PPT 4.1 MB)
    Talk presented at the ICAISC 2006, Zakopane, Poland, 6.06.2006

  121. Neurocognitve NLP. Towards human-level competence (PPT 1.2 MB)
    Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA, Feb. 2006

  122. Filters and wrappers for feature selection and discretization methods (PPT 0.5 MB.
    Workshop on features selections, Bachotek, Poland, May 2005

  123. Semantic Memory for Avatars in Cyberspace (PPT 2.3 MB)
    Talk presented at the CyberWorlds 2005 conference, Singapore, Nov. 23-25, 2005

  124. Creativity, Intuition, Emotions and Perceptual Learning (PPTX 2.7 MB)
    Talk presented at the School School of Humanities and Social Sciences, NTU, Singapore, November 17, 2005

  125. Probabilistic distance measures for prototype-based rules (PPT 0.7 MB)
    Talk presented at the International Conference on Neural Information Processing, ICONIP2005, Tipei, Taiwan, 1.11.2005

  126. Cognitive informatics: HITs, DREAMs & Perfect Babies (PPT 5477 kB)
    Talk presented at the A*STAR Cognitive Science Symposium, Singapore, September 26, 2005

  127. Large-scale projects to build artificial brains: review (PPT 2327 kB), and
    Large-scale projects to build artificial brains: ABACCUS (PPT 514 kB),
    Talks presented at the Building Artificial Brain, workshop after the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'2005). Torun, Poland, September 15, 2005

  128. Medical Document Categorization Using a Priori Knowledge, paper by L. Itert, W. Duch, J. Pestian (PPT 245 kB)
    Talk presented at the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'2005), Warsaw, Poland, September 11-15, 2005

  129. Support Vector Neural Training (PPT 1137 kB),
    Talk presented at the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN'2005)
    Warsaw, Poland, September 11-15, 2005

  130. Computational intelligence methods for information understanding and information management (PPT 1965 kB),
    Talk presented at the 4th conf. on information and management sciences (IMS2005) Kunming, Yunan, China, July 1-10, 2005

  131. Minimum Spanning Trees Displaying Semantic Similarity (PPT 699 kB),
    Talk presented at the Information Processing and Web Mining (IIPWM'2005). Gdansk, Poland, June 13-16, 2005

  132. Visualization of the hidden node activity, or hidden secrets of neural networks. (PPT, 2.2 MB),
    Talk presented at the ICAISC Zakopane, Poland, June 2004

  133. Computational intelligence tools for data understanding.
    tutorial presented at the ICISIP 2004, International Conference on Intelligent Sensing and Information Processing, Chennai, India, 4-7.01, 2004

  134. Coloring back boxes. (PPT, 0.5 MB),
    poster presented at the IJCNN 2003, Portland, Oregon

  135. Conscious mind as a limit of brain-like computing.
    Talk presented at the South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists Conference, 17-21.09, 2003

  136. Computational intelligence tools for data understanding.
    3-hour tutorial presented at the Joint International Conference On Artificial Neural Networks and International Conference on Neural Information Processing Conferences (ICANN/ICONIP 2003), Istanbul, Turkey, 26-29.06, 2003

  137. Attractor neural networks and concept formation in psychological spaces.
    Bio-inspired Computational Models of Learning and Memory, Lejondal castle in Stockholm, Sweden, Sept. 23-24, 2002

  138. Neural networks as an aid in medical diagnostics.
    Bayer Diagnostic Lab Symposium, Berlin, April 8-10, 2002

  139. What is data mining? | Data mining II - the fuzzy way | GhostMiner Wine example.
    Neural networks in supervised classification and regression school, Porto, Portugal, July 8-12, 2002 tutorials

  140. Tutorial "Computational intelligence for data mining" | "Heterogeneous adaptive systems"
    World Congress of Computational Intelligence, Honolulu, May 12-17, 2002

  141. Heterogeneous Forests of Decision Trees.
    ICANN, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, August 27-31, 2002

  142. Computational Intelligence for Data Mining.
    2-hour tutorial to be presented at the 2002 World Congress on Computational Intelligence, Honolulu, Hawaii, 12-17 May 2002

  143. Meta-learning: searching in the model space. (PDF, 474 KB)
    ICONIP 2001, Shanghai, China, 14-18.11.2001

  144. Creation of topographical maps and modeling of brain plasticity. (PPT, 175 KB)
    5th Congress of the Polish Neuroscience Society, Toruń, Poland, 7.09.2001

  145. Understanding Medical Data. (PPT, 770 KB)
    Towards a better understanding of genomic data: computational approaches. Childrens Hospital Research Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio, 23.07.2001

  146. Understanding the Data.
    2-hour tutorial to be presented at The IJCNN, Washington D.C., 15.07.2001

  147. Future of technology and information society.
    V International Congress of the Societas Humboldtiana Polonorum, Wroclaw 22-24.06.2001

  148. Rules for Melanoma Skin Cancer Diagnosis.
    KOSYR 2001, Ustroń, Poland, 28-31.05.2001

  149. Mind from brain: psychological spaces and neuroscience.
    Starlab, Belgium, 8.05.2001 (Power Point format)

  150. Therapeutic Implications of Computer Models of Brain Activity for Alzheimer Disease.
    Invited talk, Medical Informatics & Technologies, Ustroń, Poland, 8-10.11.2000

  151. Computational intelligence methods and data understanding.
    Invited talk, Euro-International Symposium on Computational Intelligence, Kosice, Slovakia, 30.08-1.09.2000

  152. Extraction of Knowledge from Data Using Computational Intelligence Methods.
    4-hour tutorial to be presented at The International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Como, Italy, 24-27 July 2000

  153. Neurophilosophical solution to the hard problem of consciousness.
    Talk given at the University of Konstanz, Germany, 20.07.2000

  154. Understanding the data: extraction, optimization and interpretation of logical rules.
    Talk given at RIKEN, Wako-shi, 28.04.2000

  155. Optimization and interpretation of rule-based classifiers.
    Talk given at the Intelligent Information Systems IX, Bystra, Poland, 12-16.06.2000 conference.

  156. Feature space mapping neural network applied to structure-activity relationship problems.
    Talk given at International Conference on Neural Information Processing ICONIP'2000, Teojon, Korea 13-18.11.2000

  157. How does the brain work?
    Talk given at the University of Tokyo, 14.04.2000

  158. Artificial Intelligence and intelligent search techniques.
    Talk given at the International Center of Information Management, 4.03.1999

  159. Towards a plausible theory of mind.
    Transparencies for a talk (PDF) given at the Institute of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, 22.3.1995, and Birmingham University, UK, 30.3.1995

    Other talks: see the list here; I will slowly add links to more transparencies as soon as I'll find a bit of time ...