Re-creating the Philosopher’s Mind: Artificial Life from Artificial Intelligence

Human-Level Intelligence 2:1 (2012)
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Abstract

The ultimate goal of artificial intelligence (AI) research is to create a system with human level intelligence. Many researchers conceded that human-like interaction in a social context to be critical for human-like intelligence to emerge. Artificial life (AL) is a branch of AI to simulate the process of evolution and interaction in natural world using multi-agent systems. This suggests that AL may be a channel towards human level intelligence.

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Maurice Ling
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