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### How a Computer Broke a 50-Year Math Record

DeepMind researchers trained an AI system called AlphaTensor to find new, faster algorithms for matrix multiplication. AlphaTensor quickly rediscovered — and surpassed, for some cases — the reigning algorithm discovered by German mathematician Volker Strassen in 1969.

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### The Riemann Hypothesis, Explained

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### James Bullock: The Case for Complex Dark Matter

James Bullock explains why dark matter might be more complicated than astronomers have assumed.

### How Does Symmetry Shape Nature’s Laws?

David Kaplan explains how the search for hidden symmetries leads to discoveries like the Higgs boson.

### How Did Life Begin on Earth?

David Kaplan explores the leading theories for the origin of life on our planet.

### Where Did the Universe Come From?

David Kaplan explores the leading cosmological explanation for the origin of the universe.

### What Happens if You Fall Into a Black Hole?

David Kaplan explores one of the biggest mysteries in physics: the apparent contradiction between general relativity and quantum mechanics.

### Hiranya Peiris: How to Test If We Live in a Multiverse

University College London physicist Hiranya Peiris explains how the multiverse can be tested.

### Alan Guth: How Many Two-Headed Cows in a Multiverse?

MIT cosmologist Alan Guth, 67, discusses why two-headed cows are an important problem in an infinite multiverse.

### Subhash Khot: A Grand Vision for the Impossible

Subhash Khot’s bold conjecture is helping mathematicians explore the precise limits of computation.

### In Noisy Equations, One Who Heard Music

Experts say Martin Hairer’s epic masterpiece in stochastic analysis “created a whole world.”