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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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Artificial Life is to implement the first phase of a custom IT development project, the goal of which is to develop a smart sales support system for the bank and its clients.
As announced in prior communications, Artificial Life is in the process of transforming itself into a global mobile technology investment venture with the aim to build a global network of cooperating wireless companies.
In the collaboration with the company, Artificial Life will launch its iOS and Android titles on Appitalism.com.
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Scientists have created an artificial life form using a genetic code written on a computer.
A BILLIONAIRE biologist and his scientific team are claiming to have created artificial life.
Also included is American scientist Craig Venter, whose research into creating the first generation of artificial life has caused controversy.
In the first instalment of Bang Goes the Theory (BBC1, 7.30pm), the quartet of sparky presenters dissect the new development of gait recognition, and American scientist Craig Venter discusses his hopes to create the first generation of artificial life.
'As we move towards revitalisation of the Bahrain Field through enhanced oil recovery and the exploitation of heavy oil and difficult reserves, the door is open to all forms of new and improved artificial life technologies,' he said.
I have no doubt that the green lobby will be up in arms as to the ethics of artificial life forms, and I have as many doubts as anyone else on this issue.
Szostak's eventual goal is to create a simple form of artificial life by wrapping self-replicating, DNA-like molecules inside such membranes and providing nutrients so that the "protocells" can grow and divide.