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Perimeter Institute

Artificial intelligence teaches itself to solve quantum challenges

Rather than battle it out to obsolescence, new research shows how quantum and classical systems can evolve together.

Can open-source software be a model for science?

Researchers are seeing cracks in the structure of science. The solution, they suggest, could be to create a new,...

Artificial Intelligence and the Complexity Frontier: Roger Melko Public Lecture

Major advances are being made in computer vision, language translation, autonomous robotic action and other complex applications.

The Promise, and Pitfalls, of Virtual Reality

Perimeter talks with virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier about “fashionable” science, the problems with money, and whether we should...

The Sound of Dark Matter

Despite making up the vast majority of stuff in our universe, dark matter remains invisible. But perhaps it’s not...

Unveiling the Turbulent Times of a Dying Star

Running sophisticated simulations on a powerful supercomputer, an international research team has glimpsed the unique turbulence that fuels stellar...

Tick Tock Goes The Dark Matter

Perimeter Associate Faculty member Maxim Pospelov has proposed a new method of hunting for dark matter using atomic clocks.

Testing General Relativity with Black Holes

Perimeter researchers use measurements from the Event Horizon Telescope to test Einstein’s theory with the supermassive black hole at...

Event Horizon Telescope Illuminates Black Hole Growth

The international EHT research team, including Perimeter's Avery Broderick, have measured the magnetic fields that contribute to black hole...