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Biological intelligence

Given the speed at which computers can cycle through generations of mutated programmes, evolution may be a promising new approach for self-learning

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Intelligence | Aritificial Intelligence | Mutation

Devangshu Datta 



Devangshu Datta

Biological evolution works through random coupled to the paradigm of survival of the fittest. Random mutations occur all the time in the DNA of every living species. Some mutations are harmful. For example, diseases such as Huntington’s Disease or Thalassemia are due to genetically inherited mutations.

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First Published: Thu, April 23 2020. 22:52 IST

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