Kognitiv filmteori

Kognitiv filmteori Kognitiv filmteori udspringer af den generelle kognitionsvidenskab, som studerer intelligente processer relateret til både mennesker og teknologi; de væsentligste discipliner er psykologi, filosofi, lingvistik, biologi, antropologi samt forskning i kunstig intelligens (AI) og robotik. I den filmteoretiske strømning kan der skelnes mellem tre hovedgrupperinger, som stort set følger de historiske hovedstrømme i generel […]

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Forfatter Andreas Gregersen
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