Louie paper in MIT Press Artificial Life journal

MIT Press’ Artificial Life journal announces it will publish Aloisius Louie’s rebuttal paper,”A Living System Must Have Noncomputable Models“, to the 2006 Chu-Ho paper “A Category Theoretical Argument against the Possibility of Artificial Life: Robert Rosen’s Central Proof Revisited” (see this post) in the forthcoming Volume 13, Issue 3, Summer … Continue reading

A Living System Must Have Noncomputable Models

  The following PDF file contains a pre-print of a rebuttal to a criticism of Rosen’s argument in Life Itself made by Chu and Ho in their paper, “A Category Theoretical Argument against the Possibility of Artificial Life: Robert Rosen’s Central Proof Revisited“, in the MIT Press journal Artificial Life … Continue reading

Rosen 1, Goertzel 0: Comments on the Appendix “Goertzel versus Rosen”

The following PDF file contains a reply to a criticism of Rosen made by Ben Goertzel in his book Creating Internet Intelligence (2002, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York). The reply is made by Dr. Aloisius H. Louie, mathematical biologist and former student of Robert Rosen. It is posted on this … Continue reading

Comments on a Paper by Landauer and Bellman

  A paper written by Christopher Landauer and Kirstie Bellman entitled “Theoretical Biology: Organisms and Mechanisms“, and published by the American Institute of Physics, critiques some aspects of the work of Robert Rosen in his book Life Itself. Landauer-Bellman come to the strong conclusion that “the Mathematics is incorrect, and … Continue reading