Artificial intelligence has been appearing in science fiction for a long time. The concept of machines gaining consciousness and acting on their own still seems far fetched, but there are big strides being made quite often. So, how far are we from robots that can learn? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.
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Why is mathematics so astonishingly successful at describing the universe we live in? Is it because, as Galileo famously stated, that the universe is a grand book written in the language of mathematics, or is it just a strange coincidence that our attempts to describe the world mathematically have succeeded time and time again?
2015 represents the 30th Year that Outstanding Scientists in Virginia have been recognized by the Governor and the Science Museum. During this period, world renowned men and women have changed the world through their research efforts exploring technology, nature, the vastness of the universe, and some have taken a closer look at the world within us.
Are you a high school junior or senior? Planning on a career in tech? In need of a summer opportunity to jazz up your skill set? The Virginia Technology Internship Program (VTIP) is the answer! Apply by April 3rd to be considered for this top-notch internship matching program. VTIP will connect the best and brightest high school interns with local technology leaders for a minimum of 8 weeks for 20 hours per week at $10/hr. Sweet deal, right?