Summary by Adrian Wilkins-Caruana [DeepMind paper post] One of my favorite things about science is that two seemingly unrelated concepts sometimes turn out to be quite similar on a fundamental level. When this happens, it can often lead to new discoveries in one or both of these fields, like with quantum mechanics and information theory, which share similar mathematical structures. In this week’s summary, a game-playing AI is the common thread that links breakthrough performance in games such as chess and Go with the seemingly unrelated area of

## DeepMind Paper: AlphaDev discovers faster sorting algorithms

## DeepMind Paper: AlphaDev discovers faster…

## DeepMind Paper: AlphaDev discovers faster sorting algorithms

Summary by Adrian Wilkins-Caruana [DeepMind paper post] One of my favorite things about science is that two seemingly unrelated concepts sometimes turn out to be quite similar on a fundamental level. When this happens, it can often lead to new discoveries in one or both of these fields, like with quantum mechanics and information theory, which share similar mathematical structures. In this week’s summary, a game-playing AI is the common thread that links breakthrough performance in games such as chess and Go with the seemingly unrelated area of