Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!
A research team from Perimeter, Zapata AI, and Vector Institute sets up a “race” between quantum and classical AI models.
Ancient Egyptian astronomical texts are difficult to interpret. Computer modeling might help.
Perimeter students, researchers, and staff share their experiences in celebration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
Perimeter postdoctoral researcher Barbara Šoda has been using spectral geometry to describe “fluctuating” spacetime.
A preponderance of astronomical evidence suggests that the galaxy is filled with dark matter. Despite knowing remarkably little about what this dark matter is, we expect that it is not composed of ordinary matter. Though we have spent 30 years expecting that it may be related to pressing open problems in fundamental physics, a heroic […]
Perimeter Associate Faculty member Roger Melko says large language models used in chatbots will advance the abilities of large-scale quantum computer simulations.
TRuST panel discusses the benefits and perils of AI in a fast-changing world
Collaboration between Perimeter Institute and AI clusters in Montreal aims to make Canada a leader in the next computing revolution.
Perimeter’s holiday gift ideas focus on books for those interested in physics, space, and nature.
Artificial Intelligence and big data are dramatically transforming the way we work, live and connect. Innovators have begun designing AI solutions to advance society at a rapid pace, but often new technologies bring both promise and risk. How can we trust AI and safeguard society from unintended consequences to ensure a safe and human-centred digital […]