Sunday, January 03, 2010

Emergence from systems, of intelligent new features. Evolution hits cells and logic, order, caos at the same time ? Is there a fractal model for all ?

Emergence showed in "Game of Life"



(look at it on Google, or on "Feltz - Self-organization and emergence in life sciences, Springer", if you are a rich man) is very strong but there are other mechanisms by which simple rules lead to complex dynamics. The neuron in brain is a simple,
deterministic machine that cannot lie or make an cannot make errors, but emergence ensures that we (the brains) can lie, using and being made of neurons. There is so hope that a more complex "Game of Life" built on structured and meaningful representations of information could evolve from simple rules to self generated and generating complex schemas ? Does it mean that a simple but well generalized "Game of life" could produce new schemas or rules (entities involved and rules moving the entities) able to seem intelligent, NOT BY CREATION, BUT BY ITS OWN EVOLUTION ?

IS INTELLIGENCE SOMETHING THAT CANNOT BE ACTUALLY CREATED, BUT SOMETHING YOU CAN PUT THE BASIS FOR AND WAIT FOR "EVOLUTION" TO CREATE IT FOR YOU ?

From the "Game of life" I saw that new entities and entities' distribution schema appears. Not new rules. Could new rules be self defined like it happens in the above mentioned "Game of life" for entities' distribution schema ?

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