Tag: entropy

“Meaning“ did not emerge like a bolt from the blue

Recent literature suggests the appearance of information that is coupled to significance not only with the advent of biotic agents (“meaning” in living systems) but already with prebiotic environments, namely, with the existence of agents (non-living, physical systems) that – according

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Vienna 2014 | Rainer E. Zimmermann | Energie und Information der sozialen Vermittlung

BCSSS Scientific Council member Rainer E. Zimmermann gave a talk at the working group Information Studies of the Austrian Computer Society. On 6 June, 2014, he outlined how the concepts of entanglement and decoherence rooted in quantum theoretical considerations can

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