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Ousiometrics and Telegnomics: The essence of meaning conforms to a two-dimensional powerful-weak and dangerous-safe framework with diverse corpora presenting a safety bias
We define `ousiometrics' to be the study of essential meaning in whatever context that meaningful signals are communicated, and `telegnomics' as the study of remotely sensed knowledge.
Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Geometric, Variational, and Evolutionary Implications of Criteria for Tag Affinity
Genetic programming and artificial life systems commonly employ tag-matching schemes to determine interactions between model components.
It is also an invitation to Carle's Game, a challenge in open-ended machine exploration and creativity.
At the end of 2020, policy responses to the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak have been shaken by the emergence of virus variants, impacting public health and policy measures worldwide.
This paper introduces a POET-Inspired Neuroevolutionary System for KreativitY (PINSKY) in games, which co-generates levels for multiple video games and agents that play them.
The understanding and acceptance of evolution by natural selection has become a difficult issue in many parts of the world, particularly the United States of America.
This paper proposes that open-ended evolution and artificial life have much to contribute towards the understanding of open-ended AI, focusing here in particular on the safety of open-ended search.
We provide a framework for experimentation at https://mbuliga. github. io/quinegraphs/ic-vs-chem. html#icvschem with two artificial chemistries: directed interaction combinators (dirIC, defined in section 2) and chemlambda.