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Apr 12, 2024

Breaking the Limits: Overcoming Heisenberg’s Uncertainty in Quantum Measurements

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Aalto University researchers are the first in the world to measure qubits with ultrasensitive thermal detectors—thus evading the Heisenberg uncertainty principle.

Chasing ever-higher qubit counts in near-term quantum computers constantly demands new feats of engineering.

Among the troublesome hurdles of this scaling-up race is refining how qubits are measured. Devices called parametric amplifiers are traditionally used to do these measurements. But as the name suggests, the device amplifies weak signals picked up from the qubits to conduct the readout, which causes unwanted noise and can lead to decoherence of the qubits if not protected by additional large components. More importantly, the bulky size of the amplification chain becomes technically challenging to work around as qubit counts increase in size-limited refrigerators.

Apr 12, 2024

Best Practices and Lessons Learned on Synthetic Data for Language Models

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

From google deepmind, stanford, & georgia tech.

Best practices and lessons learned on synthetic data for language models.

The success of #AI models relies on the availability of #large, #diverse, and high-quality #datasets, which can be challenging to obtain…

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Apr 12, 2024

First fractal molecule in nature recently discovered by accident

Posted by in category: futurism

An international team of researchers has stumbled upon a remarkable discovery — the first regular molecular fractal in nature.

This fascinating finding, led by groups from the Max Planck Institute and the Philipps University in Marburg, Germany, has unveiled a microbial enzyme that spontaneously assembles into a pattern known as the Sierpinski triangle.

The enzyme, identified as citrate synthase from a cyanobacterium, was discovered by chance. “We stumbled on this structure completely by accident and almost couldn’t believe what we saw when we first took images of it using an electron microscope,” says Franziska Sendker, the study’s first author.

Apr 12, 2024

Light-Matter Particle Breakthrough Could Change Displays Forever

Posted by in categories: innovation, particle physics

POSTECH researchers have created a technique for controlling polaritons, which could lead to advancements in optical displays and various optoelectronic devices.

A research team consisting of Professor Kyoung-Duck Park and Hyeongwoo Lee, an integrated PhD student, from the Department of Physics at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) has pioneered an innovative technique in ultra-high-resolution spectroscopy. Their breakthrough marks the world’s first instance of electrically controlling polaritons—hybridized light-matter particles—at room temperature.

Novel Characteristics of Polaritons.

Apr 12, 2024

NASA unveils probe bound for Jupiter’s possibly life-sustaining moon

Posted by in category: alien life

US space scientists unveil NASA’s mission to investigate Jupiter’s moon Europa for signs of alien life. The spacecraft Clipper, set for launch in October, aims to study Europa’s icy surface and assess habitable conditions. Despite challenges, scientists are optimistic about discovering potential life beyond Earth.

Apr 12, 2024

Meta unveils new, faster AI chips

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The company is aiming to ramp up its artificial intelligence efforts and reduce reliance on outside suppliers like Nvidia.

Apr 12, 2024

Sanctuary AI and Magna Partner to Deploy Humanoid Bots in Automotive Manufacturing

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Herbert Ong Brighter with Herbert.

Apr 12, 2024

A new tool for tracing the family trees of cells

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

EPFL researchers have developed GEMLI, a pioneering tool that could democratize and vastly improve how we study the journey of cells from their embryonic state through to specialized roles in the body, as well as their changes in cancer and other diseases.

Apr 12, 2024

Dinosaur data: can the bones of the deep past help predict extinctions of the future?

Posted by in category: existential risks

Millions of years ago, animals adapted to become warm-blooded amid huge climactic changes. Now scientists hope these clues from the past could help us understand what lies ahead by .

Apr 12, 2024

Paper page — From Words to Numbers: Your Large Language Model Is Secretly A Capable Regressor When Given In-Context Examples

Posted by in category: futurism

From Words to Numbers.

Your large language model is secretly a capable regressor when given in-context examples.

We analyze how well pre-trained large language models (e.g., Llama2, GPT-4, Claude 3, etc) can do linear and non-linear #regression when given…

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