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Unlimited Fresh Water: Can MIT’s Breakthrough Save Us?

This video from Ziroth is an exploration into a resent rabbit hole he went down. I read about MIT’s new desalination breakthrough on Reddit, and needed to learn more! The topic of desalination is an important one that is only becoming more critical and could be a lifeline for huge area of the world. As […]

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Mathematics Python

Python vs Wolfram Alpha, which one wins?

This video is from Everyday Mathematics. We move to the regular season of the MIT integration BEE and solve problems that bear log functions in them. We compare python and Wolfram alpha and can you guess which ones comes top?

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Quantum Computing

What is Quantum Artificial Intelligence

This video is from Samuel Bosch where he discusses his PhD work on Quantum Artificial Intelligence Algorithms, Shor’s Quantum Factoring Algorithm for breaking RSA Security, and the Future of Quantum Computing I talk about my PhD research at MIT in Quantum Artificial Intelligence. I also explain the basic concepts of quantum computers, and why they are […]

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AI Quantum Computing

Quantum AI Algorithms and the Future of Quantum Computing  

In this video Samuel Bosch talks about his PhD research at MIT in Quantum Artificial Intelligence. He also explain the basic concepts of quantum computers, and why they are superior to conventional computers for specific tasks. Prof. Peter Shor, the inventor of Shor’s algorithm and one of the founding fathers of Quantum Computing, kindly agreed […]

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Quantum Computing

The Race to a Million-Qubit Quantum Computer

Jeremy O’Brien, the co-founder and CEO of PsiQuantum discusses quantum computing with Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, CEO of the MIT Tech Review and Peter Barrett, founder and general partner at Playground Global, at the MIT Tech Review Future Compute Conference.

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Cosmic rays can destabilize quantum computers, MIT study warns
Quantum Computing

Can Cosmic Rays Destabilize Quantum Computers?

Quantum computers are advancing at a breathtaking pace, but this progress may soon stall due to out of this world force — literally. Cosmic rays streaming down to Earth could interfere with the integrity of the information in these quantum computers. An MIT study has measured how much cosmic rays could interfere with quantum computers […]

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Space

Possible Signs of Life on Venus?

Scientists at MIT, Cardiff University, and elsewhere have observed what may be signs of life in the clouds of Earth’s planetary neighbor. 

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Mathematics

A New Way to Start Linear Algebra

MIT OpenCourseWare provides a this course for free. Given its prominence to neural networks and quantum computing, now is a good time to learn Linear Algebra. MIT A 2020 Vision of Linear Algebra, Spring 2020Instructor: Gilbert StrangView the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/2020-visionYouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUl4u3cNGP61iQEFiWLE21EJCxwmWvvek Professor Strang describes independent vectors and the column space of a matrix […]

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