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  • Tue, 09 May 2023 16:20:07 +0000: Extracting the best flavor from coffee - Mathematics News -- ScienceDaily
    Researchers explore the role of uneven coffee extraction using a simple mathematical model. They split the coffee into two regions to examine whether uneven flow does in fact make weaker espresso. One of the regions in the model system hosted more tightly packed coffee than the other, which caused an initial disparity in flow resistance. The extraction of coffee decreased the flow resistance further. Understanding the origin of uneven extraction and avoiding or preventing it could enable better brews and substantial financial savings by using coffee more efficiently.
  • Thu, 27 Apr 2023 21:34:40 +0000: Unraveling the mathematics behind wiggly worm knots - Mathematics News -- ScienceDaily
    Researchers wanted to understand precisely how blackworms execute tangling and ultrafast untangling movements for a myriad of biological functions. They researched the topology of the tangles. Their research could inform the design of fiber-like, shapeshifting robotics that self-assemble and move in ways that are fast and reversible.
  • Thu, 20 Apr 2023 21:15:46 +0000: ChatGPT is still no match for humans when it comes to accounting - Mathematics News -- ScienceDaily
    ChatGPT faced off against students on accounting assessments. Students scored an overall average of 76.7%, compared to ChatGPT's score of 47.4%. On a 11.3% of questions, ChatGPT scored higher than the student average, doing particularly well on AIS and auditing. But the AI bot did worse on tax, financial, and managerial assessments, possibly because ChatGPT struggled with the mathematical processes required for the latter type.
  • Wed, 19 Apr 2023 13:55:35 +0000: Rock, paper, scissors: Searching for stronger nonlocality using quantum computers - Mathematics News -- ScienceDaily
    In the quantum world particles can instantaneously know about each other's state, even when separated by large distances. This is known as nonlocality. Now, A research group has produced some interesting findings on the Hardy nonlocality that have important ramifications for understanding quantum mechanics and its potential applications in communications.
  • Wed, 15 Mar 2023 00:53:31 +0000: Researcher solves nearly 60-year-old game theory dilemma - Mathematics News -- ScienceDaily
    A researcher has solved a nearly 60-year-old game theory dilemma called the wall pursuit game, with implications for better reasoning about autonomous systems such as driver-less vehicles.