SETI Re: tech: COMP: AI substrate - CyberLife


Larry Klaes (lklaes@bbn.com)
Mon, 26 Jul 1999 19:08:13 -0400


>Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 19:11:35 +0200
>From: Remi Sussan <rsussan@geocities.com>
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>Doug Bailey wrote:
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>What do you think of a commercial strategy like the one adopted by
>cyberlife ? (http://www.cyberlife.co.uk). It seems to me that the
>entertainment market (cyberlife created the DNA and the neural networks
>of the famous "creatures" game, and is obviously using the benefits to
>do R&D on serious stuff) is the best way to develop and study A.I, while
>making profits in the process. your programs don't have to be really
>intelligent, "believable" is sufficient. One your agent is
>believable(it's now quite easy), you can test all sorts of algorithms to
>increase its intelligence.
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>Remi Sussan
>http://perso.cybercable.fr/tlon/
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