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Offline spinnewise

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Printing algorithms into spinglas
« on: March 29, 2022, 11:07:42 pm »
Found this article today

Printing circuits on rare nanomagnets puts a new spin on computing
by Los Alamos National Laboratory
https://phys.org/news/2022-03-circuits-rare-nanomagnets.html

New research artificially creating a rare form of matter known as spin glass could spark a new paradigm in artificial intelligence by allowing algorithms to be directly printed as physical hardware. The unusual properties of spin glass enable a form of AI that can recognize objects from partial images much like the brain does and show promise for low-power computing, among other intriguing capabilities.

"Our work accomplished the first experimental realization of an artificial spin glass consisting of nanomagnets arranged to replicate a neural network," said Michael Saccone, a post-doctoral researcher in theoretical physics at Los Alamos National Laboratory and lead author of the new paper in Nature Physics. "Our paper lays the groundwork we need to use these physical systems practically."
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Re: Printing algorithms into spinglas
« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2022, 04:44:53 am »
fantatsic find. Seems like issac mightve been telling the truth all along about the symbols acting as a sort of functional blue print.  ;D

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Re: Printing algorithms into spinglas
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2022, 02:57:14 pm »
Yepp, that's what I'm thinking too.
Maybe they finally succeeded in reverse engineering it?

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