“Artificial life” refers to the creation of computer programs that act independently, moving around and doing things and interacting with each other, but don’t possess complex reasoning abilities or the ability to communicate effectively in language. The ultimate goal is a kind of artificial animal living in a digital world, rather than an artificial person.


Genetic Programming Genetic Code Artificial Life Alife Agent Cambrian Explosion 
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  • Ben Goertzel
  • Stephan Vladimir Bugaj

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