Tomorrow I'm leaving for two weeks in the UK. Among other things, I'll be at a conference on Computation in Cognitive Science at King's College, Cambridge.
My paper for the conference (co-authored with Andrea Scarantino) is entitled "Computation vs. Information Processing: How They Are Different and Why It Matters." It has just been posted on theconference program webpage, together with the other interesting-looking papers to be discussed there (including one by Ken Aizawa and one by Dan Weiskopf, who are Brains contributors). Needless to say, any comments would be appreciated.