Study employs deep learning to explain extreme events

Identifying the underlying cause of extreme events such as floods, heavy downpours or tornados is immensely difficult and can take a concerted effort by scientists over several decades to arrive at feasible physical explanations.

Joining the dots: Mathematicians solve hot coloring problem

Have you ever tried to do a brainteaser in which you have to connect the dots to make the outline of a house in one continuous stroke without going back over your lines? Or perhaps you've clicked on Facebook's friend recommendations ...

Ecology and artificial intelligence: Stronger together

Many of today's artificial intelligence systems loosely mimic the human brain. In a paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers suggest that another branch of biology—ecology—could ...

Machine learning contributes to better quantum error correction

Researchers from the RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing have used machine learning to perform error correction for quantum computers—a crucial step for making these devices practical—using an autonomous correction system ...

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