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Emerging Evolution

Project type

Theoretical Advancements



Pushing Boundaries: The Agent-Based Simulation Project by ION-T

At ION-T, we thrive on pushing the boundaries of innovation. Our agent-based simulation project stands as a testament to our pioneering spirit and commitment to exploration.

Long before the rise of AI, we embarked on a journey to probe the depths of emergent behavior and autonomous evolution. Using the JAVA programming language, we crafted a simulation environment to experiment with agent models and observe the fascinating phenomena that ensued.

Our goal was clear: to validate the theory of autonomous evolution in computer systems. Through meticulous design and experimentation, we introduced a random factor to simulate Darwinistic evolution within the simulation. What transpired was not mere happenstance, but a deliberate effort to test the boundaries of computer science.

As the simulation progressed, we witnessed the emergence of beneficial mutations and the exponential growth of mutated agents. This outcome, while unexpected, was a resounding validation of our hypothesis and a testament to the remarkable capabilities of computer systems.

Join us in celebrating our journey of exploration and discovery, as we continue to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of technology and innovation.

From about 16:20 the video starts to show the beneficial mutation.

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