From: J. R. Molloy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 17 2000 - 19:34:12 MST
Dale Johnstone wrote,
> I'm currently kicking around a multi-AI scenario whereby there's a
> of similar minds and improvements are made only to one of them. If
> problem it can be dealt with by the others. Even if the modified AI has
> edge, it looses by weight of numbers. Any thoughts?... (perhaps on a new
Multi-AI seems to me the most promising approach to creating AI and Alife.
Some will argue that it's too dangerous because a multi-AI experiment can
more readily get out of control than a single AI, but I'd counter that a
hundred AIs can respond to evolutionary tactics better than a single AI
can, and that evolution (more than top-down coding) will most likely
result in genuine AI systems bred to interact with humans.
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