Once the AI gets its hands on a fusion reactor, it will be unstoppable.
Machine-learning algorithms may help scientists develop a warning system capable of preventing fusion reactor meltdowns in the future. Scientists have attempted to harness the power of nuclear fusion for decades in the hopes of providing clean energy. Clouds of plasma made up of positively and negatively charged ions are …
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Indeed, “Details from various fusion reactors, such as their plasma current, plasma energy, radiation power, strength of radial magnetic field, and more are taken into account and used as inputs into the algorithm.”
Therefore it will work.
This is the definition.
If you have another definition one would you share it, please?
AI came from NIST TREC QA as AI-parsing, which replaces n-gram parsing. This parsing is the only novelty in all Science (it’s linguistic part) since the first computer was switched on. If you know another novelty please be so kind and tell?
250ms = 1/4s which I'd have thought was an eternity in the realm of atomic physics.
Perhaps this is more to do with thermal/fluid dynamics (which is presumably a bit more "physical world" speed) than the actual atomic interactions?
Still feels like quite a long time though. I mean, don't most car engine management systems operate on a 100ms timer for example?
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