Video links to the presentations and panel discussions at the May 10-11, 2006 IBM conference on "The Future of Cognitive Computing"

1. Nobelist Gerald Edelman, The Neurosciences Institute: From Brain Dynamics to Consciousness: A Prelude to the Future of Brain-Based Devices

2. Henry Markram, EPFL/BlueBrain: The Emergence of Intelligence in the Neocortical Microcircuit

3. Robert Hecht-Nielsen, UCSD: The Mechanism of Thought

4. Jeff Hawkins, Palm/Numenta: Hierarchical Temporal Memory: Theory and Implementation

5. Panel (Panelists: James Albus (NIST), Theodore Berger (USC), Kwabena Boahen (Stanford), Ralph Linsker (IBM), Jerry Swartz (The Swartz Foundation), How the brain works, what it computes, and how/when we might build intelligent machines

6. V. S. Ramachandran, UCSD: The Uniqueness of the Human Brain

7. John Searle, UC Berkeley: Beyond Dualism

8. Joaquin Fuster, UCLA: Cortical Dynamics of Working Memory

9. Leslie Valiant, Harvard University: A Quantitative Theory of Cortex

10. Toby Berger, University of Virginia: The Four C's of Neuroinformation Theory: Coding, Computing, Control and Cognition

11. Christof Koch, Caltech: Consciousness

12. Concluding panel (Panelists: All speakers), The Future of Cognitive Computing