@fcholletThis is really interesting: learning to generate cellular automata that yield specific patterns t.co/gJvMzwjXEk
51 RT, 282 Fav2020/02/11 21:19
@Reza_ZadehA differentiable model of Morphogenesis: learning to grow fractals in the same form of a creative, much the same way every living body has evolved to robustly build their own body. t.co/mNNgfeu0TMt.co/PMqBb5rSOG
3 RT, 13 Fav2020/02/11 21:34
@sirajravalThis brought a tear to my eye, it's that well-designed. "We decided to see how far one can push the performance of this interactive playground. We reimplemented all operations from scratch using the WebGL API and GLSL shader language" So Boss! t.co/eejUgflYYT
@hardmaruGrowing Neural Cellular Automata: A Differentiable Model of Morphogenesis
New post by @zzznah et al.!
“Imagine if we could design systems of the same plasticity & robustness as biological life: structures & machines that could grow & repair themselves.”
6 RT, 42 Fav2020/02/12 02:59
@StanderwahreThis is a really fun interactive paper to play with:
Each pixel is connected to a neural network that can look at itself and its neighboring pixels and decides what it should do to grow/repair the image as a whole.