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Proceedings of the Artificial Life Conference 2016

Available for free download here. The special theme of the conference: How can the synthetic study of living systems contribute to societies: scientifically, technically, and culturally? The goal of the conference theme is to better understand societies with the purpose of using this understanding for a more efficient management and development of social systems. AutopoiesisCarlos GershensonCollective…

Can Government Be Self-Organized?

A new co-authored paper by the very versatile Tom Froese. The model is in agreement with the traditional assumption that collective action is faced by serious problems without centralized hierarchical control, but it also clearly shows that spontaneous cooperation is feasible without it. At least in principle, there is no necessity to assume the existence…

Enactive Torch Helps The Blind To ‘See’ Without Canes

Great to see the enactive torch going through its paces — co-developed by the very excellent Tom Froese. Stay tuned for Tom’s review of Dan Hutto and Erik Myin’s Radicalizing Enactivism: Basic Minds without Content to appear in the Journal of Mind and Behavior.  daniel huttoEmbodied cognitionEmbodied cognitive scienceEnactive Torchenactivismerik myinRadicalizing Enactivismsituated cognitionTom Froese