While humans invented algorithms only within the last century, enabling the development of AI, animals exhibit behavioral algorithms that long predate humans.
Someday evolutionists might connect the dots. Right now, even simple nerve nets in jellyfish and hydra are remarkably well designed for what they do.
This continues an evaluation of a proposal that treats natural selection as a law of physics that is applicable to the entire universe.
Kenneth Singer at Case Western Reserve trained an AI neural network on a million photos, and then on the brush strokes of four renditions of a flower.
Meet the animal kingdom’s most stunning navigators — the Arctic tern, homing pigeons, the monarch butterfly, and the desert ant, among others.