Artificial Intelligence Duplicates Nobel Prize Winning Experiment In One Hour Flat

Physicists from Australian National University (ANU) have been successful in using artificial intelligence to run a complex experiment in what could eventually free up capacities of human scientists to focus on high-level problems of research design, leaving the nuts and bolts to a robotic lab assistant. The experiment, developed by physicists from ANU, created an extremely cold gas trapped in a laser beam, known as a Bose-Einstein condensate, replicating the experiment that won the 2001 Nobel Prize. ​ Bose-Einstein condensates are some of the coldest places in the Universe, far colder than outer space, typically less than a billionth of a degree above absolute zero. To the utter amazement of physicists the machine learned to do the experiment itself, from scratch, in under an hour.The team cooled the gas down…


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