Author P. Stano

Publications Found: 8 · Show All Abstracts

Damiano L. & Stano P. (2018) Synthetic biology and artificial intelligence: Grounding a cross-disciplinary approach to the synthetic exploration of (embodied) cognition. Complex Systems 27: 199–228. Fulltext at
Damiano L. & Stano P. (2018) Understanding embodied cognition by building models of minimal life: Preparatory steps and a preliminary autopoietic framework. In: Pelillo M., Poli I., Roli A., Serra R., Slanzi D., Villani M. & Poli I. (eds.) Artificial life and evolutionary computation: Proceedings of the 12th Italian Workshop, WIVACE 2017, Venice, Italy, 19-21 September 2017, Revised Selected Papers. Springer, Cham: 73–87. Fulltext at
Damiano L. & Stano P. (2021) A wetware embodied AI? Towards an autopoietic organizational approach grounded in synthetic biology. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 9: 724023. Fulltext at
Damiano L. & Stano P. (2021) Towards autopoietic SB-AI. In: Cejkova J., Holler S., Soros L. & Witkowski O. (eds.) Proceedings of the Artificial Life Conference 2021 (ALIFE 2021). MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 179–181. Fulltext at
Luisi P. L., Stano P., Rasi S. & Mavelli F. (2004) A possible route to prebiotic vesicle reproduction. Artificial Life 10(3): 297–308.
Mavelli F. & Stano P. (2010) Kinetic models for autopoietic chemical systems: Role of fluctuations in homeostatic regime. Physical Biology 7: 016010.
Stano P. (2020) From chemical autopoiesis to synthetic biology. L’Actualité Chimique 455: 31–40. Fulltext at
Stano P., Kuruma Y. & Damiano L. (2018) Synthetic biology and (embodied) artificial intelligence: Opportunities and challenges. Adaptive Behavior 26(1): 41–44. Fulltext at
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