Swarm intelligence or SI is a sub-field of AI, that deals with a large number of often relatively stupid elements that together behave as a cohesive intelligence. This is used in robotics to control several robotic waldoes from a central point or allow several separate robots to work as one. It is used in virtual environments to predict crowd movements or control animal flocks.
Below, we offer a selection of links from our resource databases which may match this term.
Related Dictionary Entries for Swarm Intelligence:
Resources in our database matching the Term Swarm Intelligence:
In virtual spaces, a particle swarm is a large number of independent, intelligently-behaving particles, each of which possesses certain properties, such as if one moves, the ones near it are pulled in a certain way, or twisted or turned around, etcetera. However they've always been limited solely to virtual spaces with no physical equivalent. That is the case no-longer.
New approaches to artificial intelligence spring from the idea that intelligence emerges as much from cells, bodies, and societies as it does from evolution, development, and learning. Traditionally, artificial intelligence has been concerned with reproducing the abilities of human brains; newer approaches take inspiration from a wider range of biological structures that that are capable of autonomous self-organisation.
Intelligence. We understand the concept, and the meaning of this word, but where in the brain, precisely, is intelligence actually located? Until recently, we did not really, have a clue. Now, using perhaps the most common sense approach possible, from neuroscientists at the California Institute of Technology have mapped the cognitive zones of the human brain.
Artificial General Intelligence or AGI is the holy grail of AI research. Instead of expert systems, and image recognition, it refers to common-sense know-how ? general intelligence most humans have when in unfamiliar situations. In other words, the ability of an AI to think and reason as a sentient being, even when confronted by unfamiliar data.
On Intelligence is something of a detractor?s book of AI. In it, author Jeff Hawkins juxtaposes computers and brains to examine what he perceives as the possible futures for artificial intelligences, and makes the claim that all AI experts have got it very, very wrong.
A short article, introducing the concept of Artificial Intelligence. Concise, but thorough.
An older article, pertaining to the use of bots as NPC characters, with their own artificial intelligence programming.
A look on Artificial Intelligence routines for NPCs from a non-technical source. Lookin at the goals you desire, and the types of behaviour worth considering, without going into the detail of how. A novel viewpoint that does make you think.
Resource Type not Available
This scene from AI: Artificial intelligence shows an oft-ignored aspect of the uncanny valley; it shows the flip-side of it, and the effects on the robot, being just shy of able to interact normally with humans.
Industry News containing the Term Swarm Intelligence:
Results by page 
Australian scientists are using the collective intelligence found in insect swarms to develop the next generation of hi-tech military hardware.
Alex Ryan, a mathematician with the government's Defence Science and Technology ...
In a pair of small laboratories in Prague, a swarm of tens of millions of robots is being prepared, to be set loose en masse.
It is only fitting that here, in the town where the word robot was coined by author Karel Capek, th...
A flock of indoor uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) is being used to fasttrack development of swarms of drone planes.
We're focusing on persistent surveillance," says project leader Jonathan How at MIT in the US. "This wou...
Head injuries sustained by Vietnam veterans have revealed parts of the brain vital for two types of emotional intelligence.
The dorsolateral ventromedial prefrontal cortex of the brain is related to "experiential" emotional...
Tiny robots the size of a flea could one day be mass-produced, churned out in swarms and programmed for a variety of applications, such as surveillance, micromanufacturing, medicine, cleaning, and more. In an effort to reach this goal, a re...