Mi preguntas para la mesa redonda en el seminario internacional de vida artificial
. Haré las que pueda, no necesariamente por ese orden. Si se os ocurre alguna, ponedla en comentarios y trataré de hacérsela a Gusz y Rolf.
- If life or life-like robots are eventually created, will they be open source?
- Philosophy vs. Pragmatism. Look: life can be made vs. Check this out: this work. Alife is science with a point, and a bit of hubris on the side. How important are those philosophical aspects in your work?
- Imitating life texture vs. Imitating life processes or narrative. What's the way to go? Is it better to design or evolve real stuff?
- The uncanny valley: almost, but not quite, life-like. Is a real hurdle? Will dissapear in time?
- Physical substrate of life: only way for flexible robotics or for creating artificial life? If so, at what level? Macro or micro?
- Human-in-the-loop: so many people interacting with digital artifacts, will autonomous artificial life be eventually an Internet creature? A physical creature that has been designed, in part or all, by humans? The creature of a million parents?
- John Maynard Smith, “complexity is a fact-free science” (as quoted by John Horgan). Prophetic words or a fact-free attack debunked in the latest 17 years?
- The intelligence “singularity” will happen when machines become more intelligent than persons. If life is evolved in vivo or vitro, will we (or somebody) experience a “life” singularity as super-organisms are created?
- Evolution as an universal law. How far can nature-inspiration go? I have seen mob optimization algorithm, bee colony, Frankenstein algorithms... and, well, the “orgy” operator. Is there much more of that to come?
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