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Recent A.I. Research

Recent research into AI is wielding some fascinating discoveries. Researchers have found that adding noise (random signals) to simulated neural networks can produce 'creativity' in a machine. Stephen Thaler, CEO of Imagination Engines, Inc. has patented a program he calls a 'Creativity Machine'. This program uses noise to disrupt signals in a rigid, rule based neural network, causing the creation of new data. Thaler fed his software lots of data about different toothbrush designs and performance levels, which resulted in a brand new toothbrush design, now known as the Oral-B Cross Action toothbrush. This is one of the first consumer products that has been invented by a machine!

Neutrino 'flip' wins physics Nobel

The 2015 Nobel Prize in physics goes to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald, who discovered that neutrinos switch between different "flavours". More..

Plant uses raindrops to eat ants

A carnivorous plant uses raindrops as a power source to bounce ants into a trap, researchers find. More..

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