Computational Intelligence Laboratory

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The Hampshire College Computational Intelligence Laboratory, the research group of Hampshire College Institute for Computational Intelligence, supports research in artificial intelligence, artificial life, and a variety of areas at the intersections of computer science with cognitive science, physics, evolutionary biology, and the arts. Their new website can be found here.

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Lab Members

Lee Spector (director)
Thomas Helmuth (UMass PhD student)
Emma Tosch (Umass PhD student)
Kwaku Yeboah Antwi (BBN, Hampshire College grad)
Omri Bernstein (Hampshire College undergraduate)
Zeke Nierenberg (Hampshire College undergraduate)
Micah Savitzky (Hampshire College undergraduate)

Also recently affiliated: Scott Niekum, Daniel Gerow, Brian Martin,Nathan Whitehouse,Kyle Harrington

Code

GitHub Archives

  • Clojush - Clojure version of Push
  • taggp - tree-based genetic programming with tags in Clojure
  • fleaMarket - a minimalistic market simulator for experiments on the evolution of robust agent strategies
  • COSMOS - criterion verifier using initial algorithm. Check out a simple web interface here.
  • GP - Clojure code for a simple genetic programming system, for demonstration purposes

Other (aside from that linked from elsewhere in this list of resources)


Git help files


Lab Resources and Links

Lab Agenda and Notes

Procedure for Scribing

Next Meeting

Past Meeting Notes

Items for possible discussion in upcoming meetings

Working notes

Publications

Fly: The Hampshire College Cluster Computing Facility

Push: the programming language for evolutionary computation

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