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FnS - Inspirations from Nature-inspired Algorithm

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Nature-inspired Algorithms are methodologies derived from the natural process for solving optimisation problems. One main branch is the Evolutionary Algorithm(EA). Yet the development of EA also enriches the ways of simulating the evolution of artificial life. In this talk, we introduce the evolution process in both nature-inspired algorithms and artificial life disciplines and, their relationships. We also discuss some inspirations and findings about evolving strategies from the study of different evolutionary algorithms. We believe these inspirations allow us to think more about how to protect animals and what problems humans may encounter in the course of evolution.

This talk is part of the Facts and Snacks series.

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