[ExI] Can AI Make a Better Fusion Reactor?

John Grigg possiblepaths2050 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 15 18:54:33 UTC 2021

"Since the 1940s, physicists have tried, but no one has yet created an
efficient nuclear fusion reaction. Meanwhile, AI and machine learning (ML)
have, across many industries and applications, proved themselves quite
capable at detecting subtle patterns in data that humans can't recognize.
So could neural nets and the GPUs that power them help in nuclear fusion?
The challenge, and it's a big one, would be to accelerate the worldwide
quest to tame instabilities in hot plasmas and ultimately provide a source
of sustainable, and carbon-free power."
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