Organizers have recently announced LIFE 4.0, an international competition for digital arts. The competition will evaluate artwork specializing in "artificial life," a term given to computerized systems that emulate the behaviors of living organisms. Spain's Telefonica Foundation is sponsoring the competition. A total purse of $20,000 will be awarded to four finalists. Deadline for submissions is November 2, 2001. Previous winners include the American artist Ken Rinaldo, who last year created "Autopoiesis," an installation artwork using robotics.