Darwin-at-Home is a planetwide effort to create networked digital ecosystems. D@H teams strive toward an elusive goal: to observe lifelike evolutionary processes in virtual or robotic space.
D@H platforms run distributed across a large pool of networked computers and interactive permitting people to play a role in shaping each digital biotic ecosystem. More here...
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Was announced on January 12, 2005
Darwin@Home covered in the New Scientist (January 13, 2005)
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