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Swarm Intelligence

David Castro taking a shot at an awesome courtship swarm of Bigeye fish at Cabo Pulmo, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Caption provided by Octavio Aburto (via National Geographic Photo Contest 2012) A critical analysis of the book Swarm Intellignece – Neil Leach, Roland Snooks What to underline The bee builds the next cell starting on [...]

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Microstupidity renders macrointelligence

  LOCAL INTERACTION + INPUTS OF GLOBAL INTELLIGENCE (THE PLAYER) The video game Lemmings has the basic idea, lemmings have no brains, they have no decision-making mechanisms and for that reason the player has to assing the lemmings some tasks, as they walk constantly around. If there is a stair, they climb, if there is [...]

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“Branching Morphogenesis” is at Ars Electronica, a museum of digital and media arts, in Linz, Austria ‘… the form of an object is a ‘diagram of forces’… D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson

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the //ArchitectureTechnologyNature// Singularity Point

  Where does the environment fit in our contemporary lives? 

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Architecture as an intent of Accident, Of Roots, Possibilities, and the Spaces in Between

T6-Sou Fujimoto Of Roots, Possibilities, and the Spaces in Between Sou Fujimoto’s philosophy is defined that architecture and nature have this space in between – a space for people not to just live in but rather to explore and fulfill it by themselves; a space that creates a natural environment and a metamorphic reaction or [...]

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