Photographs From IWRC ’98 in Lavenham, England
Here’s a small selection of photographs from the International Workshop on Robot Cognition in 1998, sponsored by BT.
Group Photo of IWRC Participants
Taken on the last day of IWRC’98, this group photograph is set in the Wool Room of the Swan Hotel in Lavenham, England.
The Swan Hotel, Lavenham
The workshop takes place at The Swan hotel in Lavenham. Believed by many to be the most well preserved mediaeval village in England, Lavenham is situated about half an hour’s drive to the west of Ipswich. The hotel dates from the fourteenth century and has been carefully modernised to retain much of its original architectural character.
Seckford Hall, Great Bealings
Friday evening’s reception will be hosted by Professor Peter Cochrane in Seckford Hall at Great Bealings. Ancestral home of the Seckford family for some five centuries, Seckford Hall was built in the mid-1500s on the site of an older Hall dating from 1489. The Hall is about fifteen minutes’ drive northeast of Ipswich, close to BT Laboratories.
- Research Archive
- About the Research Archive
- Drafts and Unfinished Papers
- International Workshop on Robot Cognition
- Agenda (Draft) for IWRC ’98
- External Participants in the International Workshop on Robot Cognition
- Internal (BT) Participants in the International Workshop on Robot Cognition
- Invitation Letter to Robot Cognition Workshop Participants
- Isn’t This (Just) AI?
- Objections and Replies on Self Awareness
- Photographs From IWRC ’98 in Lavenham, England
- The Chemistry Analogy
- What is Self Awareness?
- Why Study Robots?
- Mind Out of Matter
- Research Bibliography
- Supplementary Bibliography from Mind Out of Matter
- Tutorials and Introductions
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