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Artificial Planet 1.1.1

a virtual world for artificial intelligence

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Total downloads: 1,693
  • Last Updated: Feb 1, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Artificial Planet is a Home & Education software developed by moktok.com. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Artificial Planet:

BSEditor: AI.Planet is a virtual world for artificial intelligence. The environment has water, land, suns, moons, and atmosphere. Plants, animals, fish, and insects can be added to create a dynamic ecosystem. Clouds, rain, wind, lightning, rivers, and icebergs naturally arise from the sun and other influences. You can explore your planet from outer space, by walking around, by tracking creatures, or by controlling a robot that interacts with objects. Artificial Planet is an OpenSource project built with GLScene.

Basic Planet
Natural Iceberg
Mountain.
Ladybugs
Learning Turtles

Meteor Shower
Land and Air Animals
Ducks
Jungle planet
Object Viewers

River with bugs
Lightning
Disasters
Starvation
Sun Explosion

Reflections
Alot of people Ask what the point of Artificial Planet is/was.
Here are some of the interesting things that resulted back when it was created:

Simulated Microevolution
This program may have been one of the first to simulate a physical advantage in an evolving Artificial Life via "natural" selection. While this claim is bold, it is easily repeatable, and consider the straightforward evidence:

An "evolving tree", that Drops Fruit, which then turns into a seed to create new trees, contains a rudimentary DNA code. This DNA code contains basic information such as color and "stickiness", with each value randomly altered slightly each generation. While the color only provides a possible selection pressure from the user, the stickiness can cause evolution from direct virtual environment selection pressure. This happened because the initial fruit states were "bouncy", and this was advantageous to make the fruits bounce farther and create a forest faster. However near a mountain, or a steep incline, the bouncy fruit would not take hold, and the trees could not grow on a hilltop (without birds) or side of a hill. With the evolution of the stickiness "gene".
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