Friday, 25 December 2015

Fractal AI collaboration

Controlling an arbitrary complex agent so it behaves "intelligently" by using the thermodynamic concept of causal entropic forces is possible by using an special kind of fractal decision tree, the "One Way" fractal algorithm I have commented here before.

But controlling a group of agents in a intelligent way is not that simple. I always managed to make several agents to evolve at the same time in the same environment, but it was done just by giving each agent its own personal intelligence, while considering the rest of the agents as mobile parts of the environment: obstacles to be avoided to survive.

Here is a real "swarm intelligence" controlling a group of agents as one: