Mahault is a PhD student in cognitive computing, and has a masters in Sexology from the university of UQAM. Her project concerns the way active inference can help us model epistemic communities.
She strives to integrate anti-oppressive approaches to her endeavours, technological or social.
Ines works on the intersection between philosophy of mind and computational cognitive neuroscience.
More specifically, she aims to elucidate how we understand cognition in everyday life in a way that is consistent with using the technical apparatus of dynamical systems theory.
Pierre Poirier is a research professor in the philosophy of cognitive science at the Université du Québec à Montréal. His areas of interest are the philosophy of science, the philosophy of neuroscience and the philosophy of mind. He has long been interested in enactive, embodied and situated cognition.