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Group intelligence emerges from local interactions between independent individuals without explicit communications under small number of fundamental rules of artificial life. This paper presents generation of fundamental rules of A-Life, represented in the form of fuzzy rules, governing group intelligence of multiple autonomous mobile robots. Cooperative behaviors of "flocking" and "arrangement" of autonomous mobile robots are considered as a group intelligence. Number of the fuzzy rules and their parameters are automatically generated from clustering input-output data obtained from the reference group intelligence algorithm. Simulations demonstrate the fuzzy systems successfully realize group intelligence of a group of autonomous mobile robots.