Deborah Gordon:
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TED2003 · 20:31 · Filmed Feb 2003
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Mit einem staubigen Bagger, einer Handvoll japanischer Filzstifte und einigen Studenten gräbt Deborah Gordon in the Wüste von Arizona Ameisenkolonien aus, dabei sucht sie nach entscheidenden Hinweisen zum Verständnis komplexer Systeme.

By studying how ant colonies work without any one leader, Deborah Gordon has identified striking similarities in how ant colonies, brains, cells and computer networks regulate themselves. Full bio
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