Teem is a software framework for conducting artificial evolution experiments. It particular, it provides lots of facilities for evolutionary robotics. It can be combined with a variety of libraries and programs to form a powerful platform for anything from evolution of simple Braitenberg behaviour to complex steady state evolutionary experiments involving groups of robots.
PSIworld (Programmable Scalable Interactive World) is a framework that provides a set of libraries, utilities, and applications to ease the implementation of dynamic artificial intelligence environments. Specifically, the development of multi-agent applications is targeted. It is designed in a generic manner so that various kinds of applications can use it. This framework not only includes pure algorithm libraries for AI computation tasks, but also a C/C++ library for distributed computation. A server-client model also involves various, concurrent visualization methods of distinct Agents or Societies.
ImageJ is an image processing program inspired by NIH Image for the Macintosh. It can display, edit, analyze, process, save, and print 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit images. There are modules for biology, astronomy, nuclear medicine, physics, and more. If you can take a picture of something, whether with a microscope, a telescope, an oscilloscope, an xray machine, or a scanner, then this program will let you enhance, manipulate, and measure the results.
ChangeBlindness is a small game that demonstrates the change blindness phenomenon. The effect shows that our brains have a low-level (i.e. subconscious) change detection capability that can be disabled pretty easily (for instance, with a flicker of around 100ms). The game illustrates this using an increasing number of icons, one of which will change during a flicker. The goal of the game is to find the changing icon as quickly as possible.
ASpiReNN is a little C library (with Python bindings) which provides support for simple (leaky integrate-and-fire) spiking neural networks. It is primarily designed for highly recurrent networks, but it can also be used with multi-layer nets, though performance won't be the same. Though only Leaky integrate-and-fire (for the neurons) and Spike-Timing Dependent Plasticity (for learning rules) are currently implemented, adding new models shouldn't be too difficult.
BinarySEC is an intelligent Web application firewall designed to suppress malicious traffic on Web sites and applications. Its artificial intelligence engine learns normal traffic and blocks malicious requests with very high accuracy. BinarySEC secures against a wide range of attacks, including cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, command injection, PHP includes, parameter tampering, buffer overflow, directory traversal, attack obfuscation, and more. BinarySEC for Apache includes a graphical installer and a Web-based administration interface.