Monthly Archives: December 2020

21 12, 2020

Time, What Time?

2021-05-06T03:58:25+10:00By |Politics, Quantum IR, Uncertainty|

Newton, Einstein, and Bohr argued for different understandings of time. When we look back on 2020, at what feels like an historical Black Swan, we should ask ourselves, ‘which understanding of time is most appropriate for our social reality: Classical, Relative, or Quantum?’ 

11 12, 2020

China Claims Quantum Advantage

2021-02-20T01:04:27+11:00By |Computing|

From the world of the extremely small comes one extremely big number: China claims its new, purpose-built quantum computer performed a calculation in 200 seconds that would take a supercomputer 2.5 billion years to complete.

9 12, 2020

Roger Penrose Versus the World

2021-05-06T03:58:46+10:00By |Computing, Quantum AI|

In 1989, Sir Roger Penrose argued artificial intelligence was [...]

4 12, 2020

The Theory of the Many COVID-Worlds

2021-05-06T03:59:07+10:00By |Politics, Quantum IR|

In 1957, Hugh Everett suggested the Many Worlds Interpretation [...]

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