Biology plays beautiful music. You look at the code of life, to me that’s like a Beethoven symphony. It’s something I could not compose. It’s something intricate, it’s stunningly beautiful. I can’t compose it, but there’s this machine, this evolution algorithm. You just turn the crank, make random changes, and select for this function, and out comes all this wonderful diversity. Out comes all the life that you see around you that comes out of this machine of natural evolution. So I want to make a machine like that for artificial evolution. And that’s what we’ve been able to do. So now I can decide what I want my symphony to do. How does it make you feel? How does it give you something that you did not have before? And I can turn the crank and create that.