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Video: Mould Intelligence: Computation with Slime Mould(Soichiro Tsuda)

A plasmodium of true slime mould Physarum Polycephalum shows various
kinds of interesting behaviour, such as multiple cell fusion,
autonomous contraction oscillation, and optimised network formation,
even though it is just a single-cell organism. The talk will give a
brief overview of research on the "primitive intelligence" of this
natural swarm intelligence system and how this organism can be used
for information processing.

Soichiro Tsuda

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Comment by Heather Barnett on November 14, 2010 at 22:09
Oops sorry, thought So had posted this. Thanks anyway! :) What are you doing with slime moulds? Heather
Comment by Heather Barnett on November 14, 2010 at 21:35
Hey So, Thanks for posting the video link. And thanks for your time the other week in Bristol. Have just spent the past few days chatting about our clever Physarum with visitors to my Open Studio weekend - am spreading the word! More soon... Best, Heather

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