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artificial life

The scientific study of the means of simulating living systems, e.g., in silica, in vitro, or in vivo.
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According to Setty, A-Life was the only vendor interviewed whose representatives could succinctly explain how their NLP engine operated and how it differed from other vendors' products.
In his new role Wood will oversee all customer service-related operations, including new and recurring implementations of the company's coding services as well as customer and internal training, technical support and application assistance for A-Life Medical's suite of SaaS applications.
A-Life can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.
The goal of A-Life Medical is to provide the medical NLP component for coding and abstraction in all major HIM systems.
The areas of AI and A-Life are male domains primarily.
Apparently 13-year-old American girls are the world leaders in using A-life.
Though he focuses more broadly on complex systems--economies as well as organisms--and specifically on the Santa Fe Institute itself, we learn a lot about A-life along the way.
Levy suggests that the science of a-life will lead to a deeper understanding of the origins of life and the laws of nature: "By making life, we may finally know what life is.
Based on their discussion in a companion article in this issue (page 52), there does seem to be the framework of a plan, but the assets still appear more disparate than most (I see few commonalities between A-Life or CareMedic with Picis or Axolotl).
Ingenix, a company known for its position in medical coding, is buying into the market, recently acquiring A-Life, Picis, Axolotl, ENS and Executive Health Resources.
Computer coding products company A-Life Medical Inc announced Friday the appointment of Bill Sheehan as director of product management of the company.
The ActiveCoder is a turnkey-based system that allows A-Life customers to code handwritten and/or templated Emergency Medicine charts.