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Call for Nominations: 2022 ISAL Awards

We are pleased to announce that nominations for the 2022 International Society for Artificial Life Awards are now open! In order to have a diverse and representative list of nominees, it is important that we get nominations from within the ISAL membership and without. We would therefore appreciate it if you could share this announcement […]

ALIFE 2023 and 2024: call for proposals to host conferences

The International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL) is seeking proposals to host the Conference on Artificial Life in 2023 and 2024. We will select two teams, one to organize ALIFE 2023 and one for ALIFE 2024. Proposals for both years are being solicited at once to allow maximum flexibility in light of general global uncertainty. […]

ALife Japan Workshop 2

The Special Interest Group for Artificial Life, “Alife-Japan” will hold Workshop 02 on December 06th, Monday. Workshop 02 is a space for Alife students and young researchers to present their current research work, and obtain feedback, following a more traditional scientific Workshop style. Participants from outside of Japan are welcome to attend.


Latest tweets from @alifeofficial

Hey, #ALifers! We're still looking for a review of the @ALifeConf last month for the ALife Newsletter @NewsAlife. Want to help us out (or contribute anything else)? Get in touch, or fill the form in here:

NEW ISSUE: Special Issue on Embodied Intelligence out now! Edited by F Iida & J Hughes. #ThinkingMachines #AICreativity #SoftRobots #BioInspired #BraitenbergVehicles @mitpress @alifeofficial

If you're looking for a postdoc position, there is no better one than this one at @sfiscience:

Interdisciplinary scientists in any field (including those in AI / ML / Cogsci) are encouraged to apply! Applications due October 14, 2020.

This morning (for me) I had the pleasure of running the members session for the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL; @alifeofficial) at the 2022 Artificial Life Conference #alife2022. Below are some relevant links. (1/10)

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In biology, a phenotype is some observable property of an individual that is encoded by its genes (often in combination with its environment). In artificial life, phenotype means roughly the same thing, but this word is sometimes used in ways that feel inconsistent to newcomers. To help clarify, here is a lightly-edited version of a […]

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