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What is a program in self-replicating programs?

The computer's operating system keeps track of which pieces of memory make up which program. The partition into programs is entirely arbitrary, and the only reason a section of memory counts as ...
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what is the Recent Nature Inspired Algorithm for Optimization?

This paper[[1]] recommends the following Swarm Intelligence algorithms: Ant colony optimization Bat algorithm Cuckoo search Firefly algorithm Particle swarm optimization [1]: "A ...
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What is a program in self-replicating programs?

Adding on Tom van der Zanden's answer, for most existing artificial evolution systems (for sure Tierra) a program is a sequence of instructions subject to strict limitations. limitations to preserve ...
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Can one consider living (biological) cell to be Turing Complete?

Turing machines do not have infinite but unbounded tapes. In his paper, Turing describes his machines as a model of human computers. (The word "computer" at the time mainly referred to the ...
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what is the Recent Nature Inspired Algorithm for Optimization?

Recently, optimization algorithms are being suggested based on the network dynamics of a slime mold called Physarum polycephalum. For certain problems, these algorithms provably construct optimal ...
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what is the Recent Nature Inspired Algorithm for Optimization?

You may want to check the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation as new algorithms are published there every year. Not sure if the answer is still helpful though. You may check here link for the ...
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In lieu of neural networks and deep learning, what are some approaches to computer vision?

In order to complement some answers here, here are other approaches related to Computer Vision without using neural networks: 3D reconstruction for achieving 3D models of imaged objects (although I ...
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In lieu of neural networks and deep learning, what are some approaches to computer vision?

Yes there are a number of computer vision algorithms that do not involve AI in the sense they do not 'learn'. In certain use cases these approaches can be more efficient than a neural net approach. ...
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In lieu of neural networks and deep learning, what are some approaches to computer vision?

I think you could use some type of probabilistic model to solve this issue. I might be completely wrong, though, as I do not know a lot about probabilistic models. Some time ago, I made use of Markov ...
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