Freaky new A.I. scans your brain, then generates faces you’ll find attractive
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Freaky new A.I. scans your brain, then generates faces you’ll find attractive

Imagine if some not-too-distant future version of Tinder was able to crawl inside your brain and extract the features you find most attractive in a potential mate, then scan the romance-seeking search space to seek out whichever partner possessed the highest number of these physical attributes. We’re not just talking qualities like height and hair Read more

Moore’s law is reaching its limits. Could graphene circuits help?
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Moore’s law is reaching its limits. Could graphene circuits help?

How do urban planners and building developers cope as more and more people move to cities? There are a few things they might do. To begin with, they could physically make the city larger, widening its borders to cover surrounding land so as to accommodate more houses. They might also build houses closer together, squeezing Read more

Why teaching robots to play hide-and-seek could be the key to next-gen A.I.
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Why teaching robots to play hide-and-seek could be the key to next-gen A.I.

Artificial general intelligence, the idea of an intelligent A.I. agent that’s able to understand and learn any intellectual task that humans can do, has long been a component of science fiction. As A.I. gets smarter and smarter — especially with breakthroughs in machine learning tools that are able to rewrite their code to learn from Read more