Andy Clark is Professor of Logic and Metaphysics in the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, at Edinburgh University in Scotland. He is the author of Being There (1997), Mindware (2001), Natural-Born Cyborgs (2003), and Supersizing the Mind (2008). His interests include artificial intelligence, embodied cognition, robotics, and the predictive mind. In 2018 he was profiled in The New Yorker.
Preface: Meat That Predicts Acknowledgements Introduction: Guessing Games
Part I: The Power of Prediction Chapter 1: Prediction Machines Chapter 2: Adjusting The Volume (Noise, Signal, Attention) Chapter 3: The Imaginarium
Part II: Embodying Prediction Chapter 4: Prediction for Action Chapter 5: Sculpting the Flow Chapter 6: Engaging the world Chapter 7: Expecting Ourselves
Part III: Scaffolding Prediction Chapter 8: The Lazy Predictive Brain Chapter 9: Being Human Chapter 10: The Future of Prediction
Appendix 1: Bare Bayes Appendix 2: The Free Energy Formulation References Index