A biocomputer built from connected heart cells solves computational problems with high accuracy and at a low computational cost.
ChatGPT is making waves in the scientific literature
Crediting ChatGPT as an author on scientific papers has sparked debate around the role it should play in the scientific literature.
Eliminating computer errors by combining computation and memory
A device brings memory and processing together, helping minimizing errors and avoiding increasing energy demands due to huge amounts of data.
Reviving mechanical computers for use in extreme environments
Putting a modern spin on old tech, scientists create a mechanical computer from metamaterials for situations where electronic computers break down.
Artificial neural networks made from memristors for brain-inspired computing
Artificial neural networks made from domain walls mimic synapses and neurons in the brain for neuromorphic computers.
Three distinct molecular qubits in one supramolecule
A molecular complex was built to contain three distinct qubits, offering an intriguing architecture for future quantum computers.
Mimicking the brain with single transistor artificial neurons
The power demands of the Internet of Things could be combated with computing systems that mimic biological neurons.
Artificial physicist to unravel the laws of nature
Scientists hope that a new machine learning algorithm could one day be used to automate the discovery of new physical laws.
What influences where scarab beetles roll their dung balls?
A numerical model helps scientists understand how particularities of different terrains affect the trajectory and behavior of dung beetles.
Quantum bits that exist in two time dimensions
Extra time dimensions provide scientists with a new way to think about phases of matter for more stable qubits and robust quantum computers.