A link to the paper can be found here.
This presentation aims to be a super-condensed summarial survey of :
Boolean Logic, Fuzzy Logic, Probability Logic, Pascalian Logic, Deduction, Induction, Hypothesis selection.
It will be assumed most of the audience will have undertaken secondary schooling to at least Y12 level, and that some may have had tertiary schooling, including a little of: psychology, science, maths, physics, statistics. Or instead, be well read citizens.
In any of these cases, the audience will at least know the word, “Logic”, and hopefully have met Boolean Logic (using Yes / No, True / False), together with varieties of the 3part Syllogism, and those contradictions that are to be avoided.
But how many of this audience knows that there exist many other kinds of logic, each of them with their respective merits, each of them applicable (or not applicable) in various kinds of situations ?
Colin Kline’s Bio
Biography for Colin KLINE
Retired since 1997.
C.E.O. of Elektronikline (Electronic Design and Fabrication);
Occasional Lecturer & Tutor at : UoM, UoB, since retirement;
40 years as academic (various Universities) in :
Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Communication Engineering, Software Engineering and
… 18 yrs delivering modules titled “Artificial Intelligence” to 4th year Engg undergrads;
2 years lecturer at Swinburne Uni, Electrical Engineering and Electronics; tutor in Maths;
3 yrs Secondary Maths & Science teacher;
2 yrs Industry – Cable Industry & Welding Industry;
6 months (accumulated) intern positions, Nuclear Research & Development (Lucas Heights, NSW);
3 months as petrol pump jockey at Malvern, SE4;
1 year as storeman at Nylex products, Frankston;
Youth was delightfully wasted as a :
– Huckleberry Finn avatar, and
– Julius Sumner MILLER devotee.
President of the Rationalist Society of Australia (“We’re in favour of science and evidence as opposed to superstition and bigotry”).
Background in blue chip corporate business; board director of companies in commercial, government and not-for-profit sectors; consultant in governance and management.
Known as an effective moderator and speaker.
Director at University of Ballarat Council
President at Rationalist Society of Australia
Facilitator at Australian Institute of Company Directors
Strategic Advisor at Finsbury Green
Founding Chairman at Australian Friends of AUW
Director at Asian University for Women Support Foundation
Senior Moderator at The Cranlana Programme
Principal at Midlothian Consulting
Secretary and Treasurer at Rationalist Society of Australia
Director at Bakers Delight Holdings
Chair at MUSUL
Director at Port of Melbourne Corporation
Councillor at University of Melbourne
Deputy Chair at V/Line Passenger Corporation
Managing Director at Potentia Australia
General Manager at Zeal Consulting
Chief Manager at ANZ Bank
University of Melbourne
Fintona Girls’ School
The Rationalist Society of Australia was formed in 1908 to promote the adoption of ethical principles based on shared human values rather than religious doctrine. It defends freedom of thought and conscience, advocates separation of church and state, endorses and supports science and the scientific method, and works for the secularization of education systems.
About: H+ Conf in Melbourne this year, 2011, on the last weekend in June (25th-26th).
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The goal of the H+ Conference is to support discussion and public awareness of emerging technologies, to defend the right of individuals in free and democratic societies to adopt technologies that expand human capacities, to anticipate and propose solutions for the potential consequences of emerging technologies, and to actively encourage and support the development of emerging technologies judged to have sufficiently probable positive benefit.