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Grand, S. ; Cyberlife Technol. Ltd., UK

For 20 years I've been advocating soft, bottom-up, massively parallel computing techniques and waging a war on top-down, serial, control-freak thinking. Yet, just lately, I've found myself becoming increasingly disdainful of genetic algorithms and other evolutionary software techniques. What's happening-have I become a traitor to my cause? I hope not; evolution undoubtedly works. I've used it many times out of academic interest and more than once against genuinely difficult, practical problems. In fact, it's partly because it works that I have such a problem with it. I don't like what evolutionary research is doing to the field of artificial life. The author discusses the latest directions of artificial life

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Intelligent Systems and their Applications, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )