AI system replicates Nobel Prize-winning physics experiment under minimal human supervision

Australian physicists have created an artificial intelligence system that will run a complex physics experiment and even makes an attempt to improve it. The AI system will replicate the experiment known as Bose-Einstein condensate, which has won the Nobel Prize in 2001. The experiment deals with trapping an extremely cold gas in laser beam. Study’s co-lead researcher Paul Wigley from the Australian National University shared that he did not expect that the AI would learn to conduct the experiment itself from scratch and that too within an hour. A simple computer would have taken longer to carry out the same. In the experiment, separate atoms are cooled to near absolute zero. They club together and act as if they are a single atom. The experiment involves temperature, which is less…


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