Friday, February 25, 2005

 

Heard on the GA street

Future feeder has a post on genetic programming and human-competitiveness. Team popcorn appears to be doing a multiple-car race simulation using genetic algorithms here. Kerneltrap discusses the release of a new version of the genetic library patches for tuning the Linux kernel. ForwardMarkets has a post on using agents and genetic algorithms for calculations of strategic bidding in business. Maverick wonders why we can't create a real artificial intelligence given NNs, GAs, AI, ML, and all the rest. Finally, I never would have guessed how frequently people spell the word illegal as illigal on their blogs.

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I found you while surfing for interesting blogs. I like it, good content. I've left an invitation to you to visit me if you are into ebooks - Thanks, Neil
 
When it comes to cars, you know I can check to see the consensus!
 
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