An ant colony has memories that its individual members don’t have
- Like a brain, an ant colony operates without central control. Each is a set of interacting individuals, either neurons or ants, using simple chemical interactions that in the aggregate generate their behaviour. People use their brains to remember. Can ant colonies do that?
7:00 – ASRC
- More edits
- Changed all the overviews so that they also reference the section by name. It reads better now, I think
- Meeting with Thom
- GPT-2 Agents
- GSAW Slide deck