This week we’re excited to be present at ALIFE 2020. We will co-organize the workshop ‘ALIFE for Social and Environmental Good’, as well as the special session ‘Hybrid Life III: Approaches to integrate biological, artificial and cognitive systems’, all virtually live from Montréal, Canada
The aim for the workshop is the initiation of new means to encourage Artificial Life research towards sustained, positive impact with the potential to be felt beyond the field. This will be addressed via an open-ended discussion that begins to set objectives for consideration as end-goals, and for describing means by which progress towards the goals can be monitored or assessed.
For more details, visit the workshop website.
Our goal is twofold, on the one hand to propose the application of artificial life methodologies to less traditional a-life areas, such as psychology, neuroscience and control engineering. On the other hand, we also work towards extending the list of standard a-life research areas to include topics from these disciplines. We thus welcome submissions from classical artificial life areas as well as less traditional areas that however share research questions related to the understanding of life and cognition.
For more details, visit the special session website.