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How tiny machines become capable of learning (www.eurekalert.org)

Living organisms, from bacteria to animals and humans, can perceive their environment and process, store and retrieve this information. They learn how to react to later situations using appropriate actions. A team of physicists at Leipzig University led by Professor Frank Cichos, in collaboration with colleagues at Charles University Prague, have developed a method for giving tiny artificial microswimmers a certain ability to learn using machine learning algorithms. They recently published a paper on this topic in the renowned journal Science Robotics.

Quantum computing: How basic broadband fiber could pave the way to the next breakthrough | ZDNet (www.zdnet.com)

AI researchers are creating ‘Minecraft’ structures that build themselves (www.fastcompany.com)