Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, and the Economic World
- This book is a popular science overview of self-organizing systems and concepts of control for robots and artificial intelligences. It grounds the field in stories of practitioners and their accomplishments. Discusses swarm intelligence, co-evolution, networks and, in the last chapter, 9 archetypal guidelines of system formation, or as he puts it, "... Nine Laws of God governing the incubation of somethings from nothing."
- K. Kelly
- Emergence, Technology, Philosophy, Self-Organization