the simulation of any aspect of life, as through computers, robotics, or biochemistry.
Historical Examples

Haf you not got a echukated vooly pig und a feller vot ‘eats ’em alife’?
Ted Strong’s Motor Car Edward C. Taylor

artificial life
The simulation of biological phenomena through the use of computer models and robotics.

artificial life
artificial life


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