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Kimberley Mok

Kimberley is a writer, graphic artist and designer with a training in architecture, sustainable design and ecology. Located out of Montréal, Quebec, she covers culture and science stories for The New Stack.

STORIES BY Kimberley Mok
How DeepMind’s AlphaTensor AI Devised a Faster Matrix Multiplication
This Tool Defends AI Models Against Adversarial Attacks
The Carbon Footprint of Machine Learning
‘Perpetual Motion’ Time Crystals Could Power Quantum Compute
A Bizarre Fast Radio Burst From 3 Billion Light-Years Away
Evolutionary Game Theory Could Predict Dangerous AI
Observability: Hubble Spots the Most Distant Star Ever Seen
‘Quantum Hair’ May Resolve Stephen Hawking’s Black Hole Paradox
Scientists Look to Control Quantum State Without Measuring It
Machine Learning Shows How Climate Extremes Change Global Vegetation
The Linux Foundation’s Open Source Stack for EV Charging Infrastructure
EvilModel: Malware that Hides Undetected Inside Deep Learning Models
Open Source AI ‘Gym’ Helps Robots Evolve
Physicists Create ‘Time Crystals’ Using New Quantum Computing Architecture
AI Biodiversity ‘Time Machine’ Could Decide for Uncertain Future
Distributed E. Coli Biocomputer Solves Maze Problems
How Non-Blockchain Developers Can Leap To Web 3.0
Researchers ‘Drop the Zeroes’ to Speed Deep Learning
Google’s Quantum Computer Can Exponentially Suppress Errors
Machine Learning Algorithm Sidesteps the Scientific Method
Using AI, Google Shifts Workloads to Sources of Clean Energy
Algorithm Speeds Monte Carlo Predictions on Quantum Computers
Archaeologists Use Deep Learning to Analyze Ancient Pueblo Ceramics
Interplanetary File System Could Pave the Way for a Distributed, Permanent Web
Data Ethics Researcher Cautions Against Algorithmic Reordering of Society
How Non-Fungible Tokens Are Disrupting the Art World — and More
Robots Learn Faster with Quantum Technology
IBM Launches New Tools to Ease Quantum Computing Development