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Thinking outside the box at the IHMC

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The IHMC's human-centered-computing approach to research embraces a closely interrelated collection of theory-based, yet highly practical applications. Founded by Kenneth M. Ford and Alberto Canas at the University of West Florida in 1990, the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition houses experts in computer science and engineering, medicine and cognitive psychology, statistics and mathematics, and the social sciences and philosophy. The IHMC has drawn scientists and researchers from these diverse backgrounds to study the complex phenomenon of human cognition and, ultimately, to develop cognitive prostheses that will augment our capabilities and overcome our limitations

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Computer  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 1 )