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K Books Series 133 (Katsunori Shimohara, Japan) 1998: ``From Tierra to Network Tierra.''

Japan Times (Brad Glosserman, Japan) January 21, 1998. ``Cyberia''.

Brain Valley (Hideaki Sena, Japan) 1997. Science fiction novel. Vol. 2, P. 47.

Tokyo Metropolitan Television (Japan) March 15, 1997, 21:00: ``The Science - The Theory of Evolution.''

High Tech Shower (Japan) June 1997. ``Generating Soft - and Hardware by Digital Evolution''. Television.

Japan Times (Japan) September 18, 1996: ``Banning the virtual bomb.''

Asahi TV (Takeshi No Banbutsu Soseiki, Japan) August 6, 1996. Television.

Asahi Shimbun (Japan) July 17, 1996: ``Artificial Life, controling evolution, digital ecosystem, leave descendants and mutate in the network.''

Sankei Shimbun (Japan) July 5, 1996: ``Life in Keihanna future city, open new possibilities for the 21st century, artificial life `Tierra'.''

Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japan) June 30, 1996: ``Face to Face, Osamu Sakura and Thomas Ray, Investigate the mystery of evolution using artificial life.''

Kyoto Shimbun (Japan) June 24, 1966: ``Renaissance of Kansai Science City, The brains in the world have gathered, stimulated by exchanges.''

Big Smile Campus Magazine (Japan) June 1996: ``A Front-line Inteligence: Thomas Ray - he studies the evolutionary process of living things and constructs the most advanced field of artificial life.''

Brutus (Japan) April 1, 1995: ``E-life''.

Newsweek (Japan) December 27, 1995: ``A-life'' (cover story).

Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japan) August 21, 1995: ``Give Artificial Life a try, evolution in the internet.''

Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japan) August 20, 1995: ``The winner of Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix was decided.''

Kyoto Shimbun (Japan) August 19, 1995: ``High technology which generates new culture.''

Chunichi Shimbun (Japan) August 18, 1995: ``Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix was given to research on Artificial Life.''

Nihon Kogyo Shimbun (Japan) August 16, 1995: ``Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix was given to ATR-HIP.''

Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japan) August 16, 1995: ``Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix was given to ATR.''

Kyoto Shimbun (Japan) August 10, 1995: ``The birth of mysterious Artificial Life, run in the world by way of internet, looking for its dwelling, Tierra repeats evolution and mutation, will begin this Fall.''

Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun (Japan) August 10, 1995: ``ATR got Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix.''

Mainichi Shimbun (Japan) August 10, 1995: ``Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix was given to ATR Evolutionary Systems Department, they are struggling to develop Artificial Life.''

Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan) August 10, 1995: ``Evolutionary Systems Department at ATR won Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix, fusion of science and art was highly regarded.''

Nihon Kogyo Shimbun (Japan) August 10, 1995: ``ATR-HIP research on Artificial Life was highly regarded, won Japan Inter-Design Grand Prix.''

Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan) July 20, 1995: ``Two works by ATR foreign invited researchers won prizes at USA's Media Festival.''

Mainichi Shimbun (Japan) July 19, 1995: ``Three ATR invited researchers won prizes at Interactive Media Festival in USA.''

Nikkei Sangyo (Japan) June 28, 1995: ``New industrial technology challenge to 2010: Artificial Life, using emergence, looking for optimization beyond human intelligence.''

Mainichi Shimbun (Japan) June 16, 1995: ``Satellite school: curiosity with sparkling eyes. Life in a computer, evolutionary research in the virtual world.''

NHK TV (NHK Japanese Lab, Japan) May 6, 1995. Television.

TBS TV (NTT Data Special - On The Road, Japan) March 1, 1995. Television.

Jiyu Jikan (Japan) February 16, 1995: ``Possibility for Artificial Life: Communication between humans and computer is the final goal. Computer program can evolve its software or its hardware autonomously and creatively, it's the way of thinking for Artificial Life.''

Asahi Shimbun (Japan), February 4, 1995: ``What is Artificial Life? program evolves autonomously.''

Quark (Japan), February 1995: ``The possibility of Artificial Life supporting human society.''

Ushio (Japan) January 1995: ``Making a computer that can communicate with humans.''

Asahi Shimbun (Japan), November 12, 1994: ``Art also adopted the idea of Artificial Life, various representations based on the idea of AL, technology stays in the background, Japan is AL's foothold after USA.''

CD-ROM Fan (Japan), November 1994: ``I saw the soul of interactive art in the electronic artificial garden.''

Login (anonymous, Japan) October 7, 1994: ``Artificial Life, M1.''

Image Lab (Katsu Shimohara, Japan) October 1994: ``Artificial Ecology: Tierra.''

Mainichi Shimbun (Shiro Segawa, Japan), July 4, 1994: ``With your eye you can see the evolution of species, artificial ecological system in computers.''

Techno-Culture (Peter E. Kato, Japan), July 1994: ``Dr. Ray's artificial life.''

Nikkei Shimbun (Japan), April 1994.

Japan Times (Brad Glosserman, Japan) March 16, 1994: ``Digital critters experience birth, copulation, death.''

Kagaku Asahi (Japan) March 1994: ``Artificial Life, Copernican change in science, creation of evolution in a computer.''

CBI News (Katsunori Shimohara, Japan) Vol. 14 No. 1, 1994: ``Artificial Life.''

CX-PAL Sony Semiconductor News (Anon, Japan) Vol. 19, 1994: ``Artificial Life.''

Nikkei TV (Nikkei Business Report, Japan), January 1994. Television.

Asahi TV (Asahi News Station, Japan), November 11, 1993. Television.

Monthly Journal of Science, Kagaku Asahi (Tatsuo Unemi, Japan), November 1993: ``Reproduction logic of computer viruses.''

Scientific American - Japanese edition (Katsunori Shimohara, Japan) October 1993: ``Ultimate autonomy, artificial life.''

InterCommunication (Sakura Osamu, Japan) Autumn 1992: ``The organism as an information system.''

Asahi Personal Computing (Katsura Hattori, Japan) September 15, 1992: ``Clockwork cells.''

Science Journal Kagaku (Roger Lewin, Japan) March 1992: ``Artificial life.''

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