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Bees Solve Hard Computing Problems Faster Than Supercomputers
Yet another reason to save them from extinction
Tiny, Five-Nanometer Silicon Oxide Switches Could Create Single Chips With Terabyte Storage
Even with great strides being made regularly in the realms of nanotech and materials science, Moore’s Law – the notion...
Thirty-Year-Old Encryption Formula Can Resist Quantum-Computing Attacks That Defeat All Common Codes
The core advantage of quantum computing — the ability to compute for many possible outcomes at the same time and...
Data-Mine Other People’s Flickr Photos to Generate Your Travel Itinerary
You can find just about anything on photo-sharing site Flickr, from page after page of adorable felines to 381,468 photos...
Rogue Computer Algorithms Threaten Stock Markets
Computer intelligence is getting more human every day. They solve problems like humans, they communicate like humans, and now, they’re...
The Information Wrangler
He develops new ways to get the most information with the least effort
AI in Second Life
Researchers create an avatar guided by artificial intelligence
PopSci’s 6th Annual Brilliant Ten
We visit operating rooms, observatories, and islands full of slightly-less-than-rational monkeys to find the young geniuses who are shaping the future of science