|Overview: Artificial Life
Artificial intelligence, robotics and biochemistry that is modeled on living systems or processes.
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What is Artificial Life?
John Spacey, updated on
Artificial Life is a category of artificial intelligence that mimics living systems or processes. It has three types known as soft, hard and wet for software, robotics and biochemistry respectively. The term wet refers to the water content of living systems.If artificial life uses living organisms as a model and inspiration, the goal is typically to explore life-as-it-might-be as opposed to recreating existing systems.
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