How do we build our models of the world? Yoshua Bengio explains how deep learning will help machines act to understand the world in a similar way.
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This article explores how constructor theory may be able to provide answers to the questions posed in the first part of the article.
We explore some problems physics as we know it has trouble dealing with and a new theory that may provide answers.
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In this podcast we explore how ants have helped humans to solve some very difficult problems.
Find out how ants have inspired a class of cutting-edge algorithms designed to solve complex real-world problems.
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Find out how these humble animals have inspired computer algorithms to solve complex real-world problems.