Day: February 27, 2020

AI

Marcus Hutter on Universal Artificial Intelligence, AIXI, and AGI

Lex Fridman interviews Marcus Hutter ,a senior research scientist at DeepMind and professor at Australian National University. Throughout his career of research, including with Jürgen Schmidhuber and Shane Legg, he has proposed a lot of interesting ideas in and around the field of artificial general intelligence, including the development of the AIXI model which is […]

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AI IoT

How Do Technology Trends In Logistics Affect The Supply Chain?

The following post is a guest post by Beatrix Potter. Beatrix Potter is logistics analyst and writer at UKWritings.com and Essay Help. She enjoys helping people to find their way in the exciting field of logistics as well as creating articles about things that excite her for Essay Writing Service. Logistics leaders are making direct responses to new the […]

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Quantum Computing Science

How Decoherence Splits The Quantum Multiverse

Why is it that we can see these multiple histories play out on the quantum scale, and why do lose sight of them on our macroscopic scale? Many physicists believe that the answer lies in a process known as quantum decoherence. Does conscious observation of a quantum system cause the wavefunction to collapse? The upshot […]

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Microsoft Quantum Computing

Quantum Impact: Computing a More Sustainable Future

While quantum computing may seem like the next frontier, its foundations have actually been around for billions of years—in the natural world. This episode of Quantum Impact explores the ways in which we can tap into nature’s organic systems and processes to help solve some of today’s most pressing issues around climate change and environmental […]

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