Abstract for ECAL2015 submitted

There is a special session at the European Conference on Artificial Life coming up in York on ‘Quantifying Embodiment‘. Andrew and Sabrina have just submitted an abstract to the session, proposing to explain ecological information and why biological organisms use it to an audience mostly used to thinking about information in computational terms but interested in mimicking what life gets up to.

Abstract: Wilson & Golonka – Task Dynamics & the (Ecological) Information They Create

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