In this presentation Guðrún Fema Ólafsdóttir, research assistant at IIIM, is introducing her project on simulated self-directed growth of human tissue. She aspires to create a new method for creating simulations of complex processes in the absence of a full mathematical model. Results of this project could benefit not only scientific but also medical understanding of biological processes.
This presentation is part of a series of presentations that were held on IIIM & CADIA Open Day in spring 2013. Continue reading Simulated Self-Directed Growth of Human Tissue – IIIM Open Day Presentation
Spring has arrived and it’s time for the annual IIIM & CADIA Open Day. This is a great opportunity for all of those interested in the newest achievements in the field of AI as they can join the IIIM and CADIA researchers for an afternoon of exciting and informative presentations. Continue reading Come visit us on IIIM & CADIA Open Day
The IIIM has put together a new issue of its newsletter. In it, you’ll find highlights from several projects our researchers have been involved in.
Please take a look. In this issue you can find introductions to Claudio Pedica’s Impulsion Project, Gudrun Fema’s project on the human heart, and an article on Dr. Ben Goertzel’s views on the future of Artificial General Intelligence and Cognitive Synergy.
For those of you who missed the first issue, you can have a look here.