A physicist claimed that his new AI algorithm proves that reality is just a simulation. The new technology's results were published by the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory journal on Feb. 11, stating that the latest artificial intelligence can be applied to fusion energy.  

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According to Unilad UK's latest report, Hong Qin, a physicist from the United States Department of Energy's PPPL, created a new AI algorithm that can predict different planets' orbits. He added that this new artificial intelligence can be applied to the orbits of the solar system's heavenly bodies. These include Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Mercury, and Venus. 

On the other hand, Qin was also able to develop another AI that can identify behaviors of particles of plasma. The scientist also claimed that it can predict these behaviors. 

How the new AI algorithm works 

Qin's latest AI identifies plasma's possible behavior in fusion, which is the power that drives the sun and stars. It also combines the light elements in the form of plasma to create massive amounts of energy.

"In a magnetic fusion device, the dynamics of plasmas are complex and multi-scale, and the effective governing laws or computational models for a particular physical process that we are interested in are not always clear," said Qin via PPPL

He added that scientists can apply his latest AI algorithm to create a discrete field theory in the mentioned happenings in fusion processes. The physicist also explained that his new artificial intelligence can understand and predict new experimental observations.  

How it proves the simulation theory 

Qin's latest technology was inspired by the well-known Oxford philosopher Nick Bostrom, who believes that the universe could be an artificial simulation. This idea can be seen in the popular "Matrix" franchise. 

"What I'm doing is replacing this process with a type of black box that can produce accurate predictions without using a traditional theory or law. Essentially, I bypassed all the fundamental ingredients of physics," explained Qin. 

The physicist added that if there is really an algorithm that runs the universe, it would be simple. However, the universe's complexity will still heavily rely on it. He said this since his new AI algorithm can somehow predict and control certain behaviors of plasma energy. You can click here for more details.

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