RoboLeaf imagines a tree that can protect itself from invasive insects like the spongy moth caterpillar and artificial intelligence that allows humans to share information with trees.
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Happy Halloween! The handsome skeleton is adorned in this year’s most fashionable 2nd-generation Oak leaves. halloween #spongymoth #oaktree #climatechange #ownyourdataset
Back to collecting for the Damaged Leaf Dataset! Leaves munched by #spongymoth caterpillars in #vermont are falling for a second time this year, and this time in full autumn colors.
Leaf Peepers is a mobile game show hosted by UVM students Angelika Hellios and Izzy Pipa, and produced by Dani Agin. Check out their first episode below and follow us on Instagram to see what comes next!
Damaged Leaf Dataset Update September 7, 2022 A drought in VT prompted a Spongy Moth caterpillar outbreak. On our property in Colchester, VT, Oaks that lost their first set of leaves to hungry caterpillars generated a second set of leaves. Now the second generation of leaves is starting to fall, making evident the difference in […]
Elvis looks great in these Insuboratory shades!
After posting all the “Art in Artificial” interviews to YouTube, we revisited our 2020 Alife Conference presentation, also on YouTube.
In this instance, the genetic algorithm pulled from the octagon and triangle parts of all 500+ Dancing Stars.
SCOTUS Dataset Bones and Cyanotypes.
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Damaged Leaf Dataset Update: July 15, 2022.