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Artificial life is a field of study and an associated art form which examine systems related to life, its processes, and its evolution through simulations using computer models, robotics, and biochemistry. The discipline was named by Christopher Langton, an American computer scientist, in 1986. There are three main kinds of alife, named for their approaches: soft, from software; hard, from hardware; and wet, from biochemistry. Artificial life imitates traditional biology by trying to recreate biological phenomena. The term "artificial intelligence" is often used to specifically refer to soft alife./Complexity science is a broad and multi-disciplinary subject. In a wide range of systems that are the subject of study in biology, in the social sciences and in industrial applications, computational modelling is undertaken to study the behaviour of these sytems; Mathematical developments and modelling approaches from physics can be used to better understand these systems; And expertise in domains from software engineering to systems biology can be used both to inspire new approaches and apply new results.
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New findings could rewrite scientists' model of how universe hangs together (+video)

New findings could rewrite scientists' model of how universe hangs together (+video) | ALife (Biotechnology, Algorithms, Complexity, AI, ...) | Scoop.it
An experiment led at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory suggests that the Standard Model, which describes how subatomic particles interact, may have some flaws.

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Scientists predict time will stop completely

Scientists predict time will stop completely | ALife (Biotechnology, Algorithms, Complexity, AI, ...) | Scoop.it

Time might feel like it is running away from us as the pace of life increases but according to scientists, the future will stop completely.

 

More about TIME:  http://www.scoop.it/t/science-news?tag=time

 

Full Article: http://goo.gl/14IE7

 


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