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posted in May 2003

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Project treads in Darwin's path to simulate evolution
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5/21/2003   Post a comment
A research program in artificial intelligence has been refocused to simulate real biological organisms in hopes of gleaning an understanding of biological diversity.
Artificial life research switches to saving real lives
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5/13/2003   Post a comment
An artficial intelligence research program called Avida has been refocused to simulate real biological organisms in hopes of gleaning an understanding of biological diversity.
Tech gives tone-deaf a voice makeover
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Just as digital image-processing algorithms can correct blemishes, poor lighting and bad color in a photograph, software created for digital signal processing can make an average singing voice sound like a trained one.
IBM builds nanotube light emitter
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IBM Corp. researchers have discovered that simultaneously injecting electrons into one end of a carbon nanotube and holes into the other yields a device that can emit light at the 1.5-micron wavelength.


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