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<em>MIND</em> Reviews: Brainy Gifts

MIND Reviews: Brainy Gifts

From home sleep-cycle monitoring to a tap into the psychology of motivation, these clever products promise to get inside your head

November 6, 2009 — Gary Stix, Melinda Wenner and Frederik Joelving
The 2009 Nobel Prizes

The 2009 Nobel Prizes

Explore the advances that earned this year's crop of Nobelists one of the world's most famous prizes--and in some cases, read about the prizewinning discoveries as chronicled by the researchers themselves in Scientific American. All told, 143 Nobelists have written 232 articles for the magazine.

October 13, 2009
Privacy and the Quantum Internet

Privacy and the Quantum Internet

Courtesy of some of the weirdest laws of physics, we may someday be able to search and surf the Web without anyone collecting our data

September 28, 2009 — Seth Lloyd
Black Hole Computers

Black Hole Computers

In keeping with the spirit of the age, researchers can think of the laws of physics as computer programs and the universe as a computer

April 1, 2007 — Seth Lloyd and Y. Jack Ng
Facebook Experiments with AI

Facebook Experiments with AI

Scientific American discusses artificial-intelligence research with pioneer Yann LeCun, who leads Facebook’s efforts to build a smarter social media site. Go to www.ScientificAmerican.com/aug2016/internet-ai

August 1, 2016
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