Pluribus, a poker-playing algorithm, can beat the world’s top human players, proving that machines, too, can master our mind games. (Ny Times Science) More
Your Illinois News Radar » *** UPDATED x4 - Durkin, Curran still opposed *** Sterigenics announces agreement with Illinois, “strictest EO control environment of any facility in the country” The Capitol Fax Blog
Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019. Sterigenics, a leading provider of mission-critical sterilization services, today commented on its agreement with the State of Illinois ...
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Whether playing a diversion in Red Dead Redemption 2 or a full game unto itself, poker fans are routinely vexed by an AI heedless of Kenny Rogers' timeless ...
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This Creature Eats Stone. Sand Comes Out the Other End. The New York Times
Lithoredo abatanica is an organism with an unusual appetite: This creature eats stone. And when it excretes, what comes out is sand, the leftovers of a ...
Posted on 1 July 2019 | 2:00 am | Google News
Watch Soap Bubbles Turn Into Tiny Snow Globes as They Freeze The New York Times
You may have seen the viral videos of photographers freezing soap bubbles during a recent Snowmageddon. They're magical, turning into ethereal globes filled ...
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Solving a Leafy Mathematical Mystery The New York Times
Researchers developed a model that explains a peculiar pattern found in a shrub common in Japan.
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