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  • Writer's pictureAdam Timlett

Natural Search, Evolution & Economics

Here's a monograph I've written about the concept of natural search, explained in the everyday terms of economics examples, but also with reference to ideas about evolution in biology. The biology ideas that I use to explore natural search include those set out and summarised by the biologist Andreas Wagner, and also some thoughts expressed by the AI researcher Kenneth Stanley. Any comments by any readers about the ideas in relation to their field of interest, whether econonomics, biology or even AI, are more than welcome! So please contact me with any comments using the email on the website, or by commenting directly in the blog. Thanks!

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