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There is no agreed definition of intelligence, so it is problematic to simply ask whether brains, swarms, computers, or other systems are intelligent or not.
SignalGP-Lite: Event Driven Genetic Programming Library for Large-Scale Artificial Life Applications
Event-driven genetic programming representations have been shown to outperform traditional imperative representations on interaction-intensive problems.
Nature has found one method of organizing living matter, but maybe other options exist -- not yet discovered -- on how to create life.
Increased Complexity and Fitness of Artificial Cells that Reproduce Using Spatially Distributed Asynchronous Parallel Processes
Replication time is among the most important components of a bacterial cell's reproductive fitness.
One of the main goals of Artificial Life is to research the conditions for the emergence of life, not necessarily as it is, but as it could be.
We propose an artificial life framework aimed at facilitating the emergence of intelligent organisms.
This compiling review aims at informing practitioners and newcomers in the field alike in their genetic algorithm research, and at outlining promising avenues for future research.