|Abstract||Artiﬁcial life attempts to understand the essential general properties of living systems by synthesizing life-like behavior in software, hardware and biochemicals. As many of the essential abstract properties of living systems (e.g. autonomous adaptive and intelligent behavior) are also studied by cognitive science, artiﬁcial life and cognitive science have an essential overlap. This review highlights the state of the art in artiﬁcial life with respect to dynamical hierarchies, molecular selforganization, evolutionary robotics, the evolution of complexity and language, and other practical applications. It also speculates about future connections between artiﬁcial life and cognitive science.|
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