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Peter is an Honorary Professor at the Department of Computer Science, University College London (UCL), Visiting Professor at Autodesk, and Collaborating Professor at the Korean Advanced Institute for Science and Technology (KAIST). Peter’s research focusses on bio-inspired computation and modelling, applied to diverse applications including design, control, robotics, nanotechnology, mobile wireless devices, art and music composition. He has published over 300 scientific papers and authored 9 books, including 5 popular science books.
T-Domino: Exploring Multiple Criteria with Quality-Diversity and the Tournament Dominance Objective
A new ranking system for Multi-Criteria Exploration (MCX) that uses…
COIL: Constrained Optimization in Workshop on Learned Latent Space
Constrained optimization problems can be difficult because their…
Evolving Through the Looking Glass: Learning Improved Search Spaces with Variational Autoencoders.
Nature has spent billions of years perfecting our genetic…
Six Generative Design Pitfalls to Avoid – Part Two
Visiting Professor Peter Bentley concludes his two-part series on…
Six Generative Design Pitfalls to Avoid – Part One
Visiting Professor Peter Bentley shares his thoughts and expertise on…