A recent talk given at the SETI foundation and aimed at a less technical audience than the talk I gave two years ago. It is the first of two talks that present new applications of Dynamic ​Quantum Clustering (DQC) to data f.rom a wide variety of fields. This talk focuses on the application of DQC to on-line gaming data and the problem of finding contraband nuclear material using a hand-held sodium iodide detector. The gaming data is a particularly interesting example because the features are not related to one another in any special way.

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