Google is now setting its sights on nuclear fusion

Google has teamed up with nuclear fusion experts to develop an algorithm for solving complex energy problems.

Working with Tri Alpha Energy, which calls itself “the world’s largest private fusion company”, and its giant ionised plasma machine C2-U, Google has built an algorithm designed to speed up experiments in plasma physics. Tri Alpha Energy’s ultimate aim is to build the first fusion-based commercial power plant and the faster they can complete experiments, the faster and cheaper they can achieve this goal and move the world towards a more sustainable, clean energy source.

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