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Exploring Cellular Automata and Hypergraph Data Structures for Innovative Research in Science
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In this podcast episode, the guest talks about the potential of exploring cellular automata and hypergraph data structures for innovative research in Math, Computer Science, and Physics. They discuss how these simple rules and initial conditions can generate complex systems and how it creates a playground for exploring intelligence, consciousness, and fundamental laws in science.

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