Experts say AI could one day trigger a major nuclear disaster

Airbus believed in us and that is a game changer

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) The last decade has been marked by incredible advances in technologies based on artificial intelligence (AI). In particular, they are now so advanced that they can be used in a wide variety of fields such as medicine, art, security management, management, etc. However, certain … Read more

With AI, the Autend project is preparing profound changes for the nuclear industry

With AI the Autend project is preparing profound changes for

Antoine Couret, founding director of the start-up Aleia, specialist in AI, and president of the Hub France IA, association for the promotion of the French and European ecosystem of artificial intelligence, discusses the place that these technologies can take for a nuclear sector which is being transformed with digital technology and which has been in … Read more

Nuclear fusion: a reactor pushed to 100 million degrees for 30 seconds

Nuclear fusion a reactor pushed to 100 million degrees for

The exploits of this South Korean tokamak will directly benefit ITER, the major nuclear fusion project based in France. Korean physicists have just taken an important step for the future of work on nuclear fusion with their experimental reactor Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research center (KSTAR); for 30 seconds, he managed to maintain a temperature … Read more

Artificial intelligence could reduce nuclear energy costs

Meta launches BlenderBot 3 its most advanced chatbot to date

⇧ [VIDÉO] You might also like this partner content (after ad) Beyond the problem of the treatment of nuclear waste, the use of this energy presents another flaw: it is expensive. It is this last point that scientists from the United States Department of Energy have chosen to tackle. Their main tool: artificial intelligence. “ … Read more

Artificial intelligence is as dangerous as nuclear weapons, warns Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google

Artificial intelligence is as dangerous as nuclear weapons warns Eric

Eric Schmidt, the former boss of the giant Google, fears the wild development of artificial intelligence. Considering that AI is as dangerous as nuclear weapons, he recommends that world powers, such as the United States or China, agree on a deterrence treaty. This July 22, 2022, Eric Schmidt, leader of Google from 2001 to 2011, … Read more

Scientists discover the thermodynamic properties of molten salts, used in solar and nuclear energy – News Physics and Quantum Computing

Scientists discover the thermodynamic properties of molten salts used in

A University of Cincinnati chemist has developed a new way to study the thermodynamic properties of molten salts, which are used in many nuclear and solar energy applications. Yu Shi, a research associate and computational chemist from the UC College of Arts and Sciences, and his collaborators have developed a novel simulation method for calculating … Read more

Annelies Verlinden, Minister of the Interior: “We must be open to a 20-year extension of nuclear power”

Energy, police, state reform, Annelies Verlinden (CD&V), Minister of the Interior, takes stock with Echo of her files, a few weeks before the first discussions on the 2023 budget. Six million additional euros each year for the Council of State obtained during the last Council of Ministers. Enough to recruit 53 more people, invest in … Read more

the CNRS and the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) establish a common roadmap

the CNRS and the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear

The establishment of this common roadmap demonstrates the desire of IRSN and CNRS to strengthen their partnership in line with their respective strategic objectives. The content of the roadmap specifies the themes and scientific questions on which the two organizations have decided to collaborate following the renewal of their framework agreement in November 2020: Alteration … Read more

The nuclear attack submarine Suffren finally ready to be admitted to active service – Zone Militaire

The nuclear attack submarine Suffren finally ready to be admitted

When the attack nuclear submarine [SNA] Suffren, the first in a series of six, was handed over to the French Navy in November 2020, its admission to active service promised to materialize fairly quickly. At least after his long-term deployment [DLD], a must for all new ships. Indeed, this phase, which can be likened to … Read more

The CNRS and the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) establish a common roadmap

The CNRS and the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear

​The CNRS and the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) have established a common roadmap covering six themes, it sets the priority scientific and technical objectives which will structure their partnership. The establishment of this common roadmap demonstrates the desire of IRSN and CNRS to strengthen their partnership in line with their … Read more