This AI can recreate Nobel-winning experiments

Australian National University Artificial intelligence developed by a group of Australian research teams has replicated a complex experiment which won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2001. The intelligent machine learned how to run a Bose-Einstein condensation – isolating an extremely cold gas inside a beam of laser light – in under an hour, something the team “didn’t expect”. Results have been published in the Scientific Reports journal. The algorithm has also been uploaded to GitHub for other researchers working on “quantum experiments”.  “A simple computer program would have taken longer than the age of the universe to run through all the combinations and work this out,” said Paul Wigley, co-lead researcher of the study and professor at the School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. The gas was cooled to 1…

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