Artificial Intelligence Replicates Nobel-Prize Winning Physics Experiment In Less Than An Hour

The world’s first Artificially Intelligent physicist is here, and it has already replicated a Nobel Prize-winning experiment — one that involved creating an ultracold state of matter called Bose-Einstein condensate. Bose-Einstein condensates — named after physicists Satyendra Nath Bose and Albert Einstein — are a state of matter created when atoms are cooled to a temperature close to absolute zero (0 Kelvin or -459.6 degrees Fahrenheit). At such an ultralow temperature, all atoms gather in the lowest possible energy state, creating a “giant matter wave.” Although Bose and Einstein predicted the existence of such a state of matter in 1924, scientists were only able to create this extreme state of matter in 1995 through an experiment that won them the Nobel Prize in 2001. “I didn’t expect the machine could…


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