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The Active Inference Institute is learning & applying Active Inference
is a participatory open-science institute curating and developing applications related to the Active Inference framework.
For the most recent Institute overview, see from June 2023.
All backgrounds, time zones, time availability, and level of familiarity with Active Inference are welcome and encouraged to participate in the Institute.

Ways to learn & apply at the Active Inference Institute

Join any synchronous meeting listed at (updated with 2023 schedule)
See to participate in a Textbook Group
See to learn about contributing to projects at the Institute
See to learn about the Internship program at the Institute
Join the , where all meetings are held in voice chat.
You can find the calendar of upcoming meetings in the Discord, and in , and also add the calendar to your
Reach out to us directly at with questions or ideas.

What are some ways to get more familiar with Active Inference?

See our , many with downloadable transcripts, links to papers, etc.
” 2018 conversational-style interview with Karl Friston.
The 2022 Textbook: “” by Thomas Parr, Giovanni Pezzulo, Karl J. Friston
See to join an Textbook Group, learning about this textbook in a collaborative setting.
” by Beren Millidge
A. Levenchuk, 2015 “
“An Active Inference Ontology for Decentralized Science: from Situated Sensemaking to the Epistemic Commons”, .

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