Dr Adam Stanton

Researcher in Adaptive Informatics

2022-08-10
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New 3DRC work

I’ve been putting together a page that collates the work I’ve done on 3DRC, including some more recent analysis. It’s a work-in-progress and might remain so perennially, but I’ve made it available here anyway 🙂 It includes some more videos … Continue reading

2020-06-01
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Can I listen to your RI panel discussion?

Yes, the Royal Institution podcast recently published the audio recording of the discussion we had last year in London about the future of Artificial, perhaps General, Intelligence: https://soundcloud.com/royal-institution/a-generalist-ai-ri-science-podcast-45

2018-08-15
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What should we do?

Rather than just certain industries, let’s imagine that every job could, instead of by a human, be performed perfectly well by a machine. Everything that humanity currently produces is still produced, except that people stand at the sidelines and observe … Continue reading

2018-08-07
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What is Stochastic Ontogenesis?

I just returned from ALIFE 2018 where I presented a paper that describes using noise in the genotype-to-phenotype translation of evolved neural networks, when applied to robot control. I called this technique Stochastic Ontogenesis.