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June 16, 2005

Blogging from GECCO and NASA/DOD EH Conferences

I will be attending and blogging from the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO 2005) and the NASA/DOD Conference on Evolvable Hardware from June 27-July 1. (Unfortunately I will miss the first two days of GECCO.) These conferences will provide tutorials and updates on the latest developments not only in computer-automated design, but more generally in evolution-inspired computing.

Instead of attempting to duplicate or compete with Illigal Blogging's live coverage of the GECCO conference, I plan to post my thoughts on the legal and broader social implications of the topics covered in the conference sessions. I will also interview presenters and attendees for a book I am writing on computer-automated invention and the law. (I may post excerpts/summaries of those interviews here, with the interviewees' permission.) If you would like to speak with me, just track me down at the conference (you can see what I look like here).

Posted by Robert at June 16, 2005 10:50 AM
category: Artificial Invention


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