Keynote speech at Congress On the Future of Engineering Software (COFES) in Phoenix on April 2, 2004
20th anniversary party of Scientific Games Inc. in
30th anniversary party held at the Massachusetts State Lottery headquarters on May 24, 2004 celebrating the launch of the first rub-off instant lottery game in May 1974. From left to right, Daniel W. Bower (former president of Scientific Games Inc.), Joseph C. Sullivan (current Executive Director of the Massachusetts State Lottery), Dr. William E. Perrault (former Executive Director of the Massachusetts State Lottery in 1974 and during the 1970s and early 1980s), and John R. Koza (former Chairman and CEO of Scientific Games Inc. from 1973 to 1987). Photo courtesy of Public Gaming magazine (July 2004 issue).
From interview on KGO TV on March 31, 2006 concerning “An Idea To Make Your Vote Count In 2008”
John R. Koza
Ellen Goldberg (President of Santa Fe Institute, front row), John Koza
(back row), Forrest H Bennett III (back row), and Oscar Stiffelman (front row)
with 70-node parallel computer at John Koza’s house in
Authors of Genetic
Programming III: Darwinian Invention and Problem Solving with
1000-Pentium Tera-COTS parallel computer in
Left to right, Alex Fukunaga (one of the winners of the 2004 awards for
Human-Competitive Results at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation
Conference, GECCO) in
· For information about the
annual 2006 Genetic and
Evolutionary Computation (GECCO) conference (which includes the annual
Genetic Programming conference) to be held on July 8-12, 2006 (Saturday – Wednesday) in
· Click here for tables showing the 23 entries in 2004, the “statements” of “human-competitiveness,” and the slides for the presentations for the $10,000 in awards for 2005 human-competitive results
· Click here for tables showing the 11 entries in 2004, the “statements” of “human-competitiveness,” and the slides for the presentations for the $5,000 in awards for 2004 for human-competitive results.
· For information about the field of genetic programming and the field of genetic and evolutionary computation, visit www.genetic-programming.org
· The home page of Genetic Programming Inc. at www.genetic-programming.com.
· The home page of John R. Koza (including online versions of most published papers)
· For information about John Koza’s course on genetic algorithms and genetic programming at Stanford University
· Information about the 1992 book Genetic Programming: On the Programming of Computers by Means of Natural Selection, the 1994 book Genetic Programming II: Automatic Discovery of Reusable Programs, the 1999 book Genetic Programming III: Darwinian Invention and Problem Solving, and the 2003 book Genetic Programming IV: Routine Human-Competitive Machine Intelligence. Click here to read chapter 1 of Genetic Programming IV book in PDF format.
· 4,000+ published papers on genetic programming (as of November 28, 2003) in a searchable bibliography (with many on-line versions of papers) by over 880 authors maintained by William Langdon’s and Steven M. Gustafson.
· For information on the Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines journal published by Kluwer Academic Publishers
· For information on the Genetic Programming book series from Kluwer Academic Publishers, see the Call For Book Proposals
Last updated on April 4, 2006