The technique of using ultrasound to gather information about a fetus during pregnancy is an essential aspect of keeping a mother and her unborn child healthy.
Artificial life is an interesting and complex subject. Learning about the history of this fascinating field can make modern day research a little easier to understand. Part One of this series covers artificial life before computers, self-replicating machines, and cellular automata.
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Artificial life is a fascinating but complex subject. Checking out some of these online examples of artificial life “games” can shed some light on how the concept works, and the types of applications for which it can be used.
Part One of this series focused on self-replicating machines, and cellular automata. This second part will look at how the field of artificial life was revolutionized by the advent of the computer age.