On Wed, 5 Jan 2000, Emmanuel Stone wrote:
> Hello all,
> Myself and a friend (Eamon Phelan) have entered the Young Scientist
> and Technology Exhibition which is on next week. [...] it's a study of
> Artificial Life and also an implementation of 'An evolving artificial
> eco-system'. The whole lot has been developed under Linux (or rather
> will have been when we finish it *cough*) using gnome/gtk+, mesa and
> hopefully Crystal Space if we get that far in the next week.
Not to steal any attention from Emmanuel, but if anyone else is interested
in this topic my friends and I have also entered the Young Scientist
Exhibition and our project is entitled "Artificial Intelligence - Future
The relevance of this to this list is that we plan to use a Linux box and
UAE (the Amiga emulator) to put on display a program demonstrating some
simple learning. We hadn't enough time to do a full-blown Mesa
implementation like Emmanuel, so I had to dig out my old Amiga and copy of
Blitz Basic! If anyone sees our stall, remember that it's really a Linux
machine behind it all.
I'll see you there, Emmanuel.
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