On the State of the Art of POEtic Machines 1

@inproceedings{Teuscher2001OnTS,
  title={On the State of the Art of POEtic Machines 1},
  author={Christof Teuscher},
  year={2001}
}
Biological systems grow, live, adapt, and reproduce, characteristics that are not truly encompassed by any existing computing system. If one considers life on Earth since its very beginning, three levels of organization can be distinguished: phylogeny, ontogeny, and epigenesis. Machines that combine evolutionary mechanisms (Phylogeny), developmental processes (Ontogeny), and learning algorithms (Epigenesis) are called POEtic machines. The goal of this paper is to provide an overview on actual… CONTINUE READING

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