Artificial life could be thought of as attempts at re-creating biological Life or other types of life. It uses different tools such as biology, physics, chemistry, computer science, etc.
Creating artificial life seems like a possible way to create AI, since most living systems on Earth seem to exhibit some form of robust intelligent behavior.
- Christopher Langton
- ALife Conference
- Notes on: More Is Different by Anderson, P. W. (1972)
- Notes on: Combinatory Chemistry: Towards a Simple Model of Emergent Evolution by Kruszewski, G., & Mikolov, T. (2020)
- Talk: The Importance of Open-Endedness in AI and Machine Learning
- Open-ended Evolution
- Talk: Alife 2020 keynote Luis Zaman - New Frontiers in Alife: What was old is new again