Out of Control: The Rise of Neo-Biological Civilization
A quest for the basic principals defining artificial evolution (what will be common in the next century). From the former editor of CoEvolution Quarterly/Whole Earth Review, the first phantasmagoric look, not just at "the science" of spontaneous self-organization, but actually into the phenomenon itself.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - StefanNijenhuis - LibraryThing
a really inspiring book that takes me along a path of all things that have guided me in the past to making software. robots, life simulations, game theory, system thinking, ecosystems. this book made me google a lot and this is one I will have to read once a year! Read full review
OUT OF CONTROL: The Rise of Neo-Biological CivilizationUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In this densely packed deliberation on the shape of things to come, Kelly, the executive editor of Wired, offers a biological paradigm for a whole set of scientific and cultural phenomena: virtual ... Read full review
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