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Interpreting systems as solving POMDPs: a step towards a formal understanding of agency


Sep 04, 2022
Martin Biehl, Nathaniel Virgo

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* 17 pages, no figures, to be presented at 3rd International Workshop on Active Inference 2022 

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Interpreting Dynamical Systems as Bayesian Reasoners


Dec 27, 2021
Nathaniel Virgo, Martin Biehl, Simon McGregor

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* 11 pages + 26 pages appendix, to be published in the proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Active Inference 2021 

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On the potential for open-endedness in neural networks


Dec 12, 2018
Nicholas Guttenberg, Nathaniel Virgo, Alexandra Penn

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* 17 pages, 6 figures; Final author version accepted for publication in Artificial Life 

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Being curious about the answers to questions: novelty search with learned attention


Jun 01, 2018
Nicholas Guttenberg, Martin Biehl, Nathaniel Virgo, Ryota Kanai

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* 8 pages, 7 figures, ALife 2018 

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Permutation-equivariant neural networks applied to dynamics prediction


Dec 14, 2016
Nicholas Guttenberg, Nathaniel Virgo, Olaf Witkowski, Hidetoshi Aoki, Ryota Kanai

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* 7 pages, 4 figures 

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Motility at the origin of life: Its characterization and a model


Nov 11, 2013
Tom Froese, Nathaniel Virgo, Takashi Ikegami

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* 29 pages, 5 figures, Artificial Life 

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