Adaptation in natural and artificial systems

@inproceedings{Holland1992AdaptationIN,
  title={Adaptation in natural and artificial systems},
  author={John H. Holland},
  year={1992}
}
Name of founding work in the area. Adaptation is key to survival and evolution. Evolution implicitly optimizes organisims. AI wants to mimic biological optimization { Survival of the ttest { Exploration and exploitation { Niche nding { Robust across changing environments (Mammals v. Dinos) { Self-regulation,-repair and-reproduction 2 Artiicial Inteligence Some deenitions { "Making computers do what they do in the movies" { "Making computers do what humans (currently) do best" { "Giving… CONTINUE READING
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