In this work the collective interactions of simulated ants lead to an emergent solution, not dictated by a centralized authority. The citizens’ opinions from Hebron, Quito and Seville symbolize subjective understandings of happiness. Each one is represented by an ant’s path, expressing the combination of shared human needs and individual choices for self-realization. The work emphasizes that truth emerges from collective wisdom and interactions, challenging the notion of singular ownership.
Rawand T. A. Masri (PA)
Full-time researcher and lecturer at the Technical University of Palestine.
Celia Hermoso Soto (ES)
Student of computer software engineering, interested in artificial intelligence.
Marco Daniel Mosquera Lozano (EC)
Composer, sound artist. Winner of international competitions. PhD student at the University of Seville.