What if the universe we live in does not gravitate towards perfectly aligned, ordered structure? What if there is order within the madness, blossoming through a balance of randomness and regularity at the same time? Who says the universe is boring?
This week 100TB brings you a special science & technology taster menu. Let’s start with the amuse bouche and end with a messy dessert…
This week 100TB says it’s all about the computers! From quantum calculations to photosynthesis mimicking, PC versus supercomputer.
This week 100TB brings you an amazing experiment from the world of AI and deep neural networks: by binge watching TV shows the AI learns how to anticipate what humans do next!
This week, 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of outer space and cognitive intelligence: a fleet of robots will examine our universe; P branes are back; A new AI Dr Watson is making clinical breakthroughs.
This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of science and technology: physics and medical biology investigate cancer cells; a possible Earth-like planet far far away is discovered; man’s best friend sniffs out malaria; Levis and Google create a clever jean jacket.
This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of science and technology: is dark matter a black hole in disguise?; the tsunami algorithm that will eventually save lives; can artificial intelligence be an artist?
This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of quantum physics: scientists create a new form of light in two dimensions and an AI performs a flawless Bose Einstein condensate Nobel Prize recreation.