AI identifies possible new material that might reduce lithium use over 50%


Microsoft researchers used AI and supercomputers to narrow down 32 million potential inorganic materials to 18 promising candidates in less than a week - a screening process that could have taken more than two decades to carry out using traditional lab research methods.

At the end of the day intelligence seems to be a question of brute force working on giant data sets. Maybe that’s why the Uninverse had to be so big.

Same principle I’m applying to finding covered calls (on a much smaller scale).

The Captain