Marvels of Artificial and Computational Intelligence in Life Sciences

Artificial Intelligence in Physical Science

Author(s): P. Periasamy, Shalini Packiam Kamala Selvaraj and Pitchumani Violet Mary Christopher

Pp: 121-142 (22)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815136807123010012

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The study of matter and energy, as well as their relationships with one another, is the focus of the scientific field known as physics. It is possible to describe physics as the study of nature or as that has been belonging to natural things. This branch of science is concerned with the laws and characteristics of matter, in addition to the forces that act upon it. Physics is often recognized as one of the most challenging scientific disciplines-because, it draws concepts and ideas from other academic subfields, such as biology and chemistry. At the beginning of physics, mathematical models had to be meticulously compiled and then evaluated manually. Scientists are now capable of simulating and solving difficult physics problems with notably more speed, precision, and creativity than ever before because of breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Frameworks powered by artificial intelligence are speeding up the research in a wide variety of fields of physics such as nuclear technology, windmill energy production, thermal power plant, space research and energy management. The application of artificial intelligence for the development of new models and solutions for challenging physics problems has the potential to significantly accelerate the rate of progress of scientific advancement across the most basic field of physics.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence, Energy management, Nuclear physics, Physical science.

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