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Book Title:Smarts: computing slime molds, political primates, masterful plants, altruistic robots, amoeba machines, signals, spies, the brilliant life and ... the boundary-busting story of intelligence
Author:Elaine Dewar
Ebook ID:148771
Publisher:Debonaire Productions Inc
Number Of Pages:658
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In one of latest studies nature-inspired computing, Computer Science Professor Andrew Adamatzky University of West of England Bristol has experimentally demonstrated spongy, yellow slime mold Physarum polycephalum can navigate 3D terrains approximate real roads. Although previous studies have shown slime molds do 2D terrains, is first .... For past decade, Adamatzky researched computational potential of slime molds. In 2009, he published paper how P. polycephalum can be used model UK road systems, preceding famous Tokyo railway paper.This new study was logical next step his research.. SMARTS: computing slime molds, political primates, masterful plants,amoeb machines, high IQ chips,signals,spies, brilliant life and mysterious death of Alan Turing, and boundary-busting story of intelligence SMARTS is NON-FICTION book available print- -demand and as e-book. It is written by award winning author and journalist Elaine Dewar.. Computing with Slime. Study published journal Materials Today reveals details of logical circuits built using living slime molds . Share : Oxford, March 27, 2014. A future computer might be lot slimier than solid silicon devices we have today. In study published journal Materials Today, European researchers reveal details of logic units built using living slime molds .... Slime Mold Smarts. By Anna Rothschild and Ferris Jabr; Posted 11.08.12; NOVA scienceNOW; The slime mold Physarum polycephalum is single cell without brain, yet it can make surprisingly complicated decisions. In animated video short, watch as slime mold navigates through maze and solves civil engineering problem.. The mold acts like self-mapping circuits, complete with logic gates where slime mold is forced make decision get one result. It’s same way computer does logic, by taking input and creating output. In case of slime mold, logic gates can even be used separate two colors of dye within system before combining two as single output..