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Stephen Hawking warned before his death on March 14, 2018, that “the real risk with AI isn’t malice, but competence.” Hawking foreshadowed the big surprise to astrophysicists, who in 2019 used artificial intelligence  Deep Density Displacement Model, or D3M for short, to generate complex 3-D simulations of the universe in an amazing 30 milliseconds, including how much of the cosmos is dark matter.

The real shock was that D3M could accurately simulate how the universe would look if certain parameters were tweaked even though the model had never received any training data where those parameters varied. The results are so fast, accurate and robust that even the creators aren’t sure how it all works.

Full monty at the Daily Galaxy


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