Reader View · 5 min read · From 2020 · Mathematicians try to figure out when problems can be solved using current knowledge — and when they have to chart a new path instead. · Shared by 1623, including Evan (he/him), Luminous Kaleidoscope, Mario Clemente, Mike Tamir, PhD, Christian Surchi, Anne-Laure Le Cunff
“I think one of the reasons we were stonewalled was not because we didn’t have the right techniques, but because the problem wasn’t put in the right conceptual framework,” McMullen said. “The changed question suggested the changed techniques.”
Reader View · ~20 min read · From 2020 · For over six years now, I've been studying mathematics on my own in my spare time - working my way through books, exercises, and online courses. In this post I'll share what books and resources I've… · Shared by 567, including ΛLΞX TRΞJʘ, Kenneth Kalmer, Liv 😷, Kevin Roberts, Mattia Fregola 🤔, ash, Jonathan Kogan, sircharlsxavier, Desmond Williams, Matthias Lampe, rohit
Reader View · 5 min read · May 10th · Math has long been the language of science, engineering, and finance, but can math help you feel calm on a turbulent flight? Get a date? Make better decisions? Here are some heroic ways math shows up… · Shared by 672, including Leonardo Sumulong, Marcos aka @email@example.com, Jason Lauritsen, Mike Taylor, Scott Monty, Massimiliano Aroffo
Being curious about the world helps us find solutions to problems by bringing new knowledge to bear on old challenges. Math and physics are actually powerful tools for investigating the possibilities of what is out there.
Reader View · 6 min read · From 2020 · Computer scientists established a new boundary on computationally verifiable knowledge. In doing so, they solved major open problems in quantum mechanics and pure mathematics. · Shared by 358, including Philipp Laurim, sircharlsxavier, Elyzer Gatez, ipfconline #CES2023, Nico Müller 🇺🇦, Yisong Yue, andre hollstein, rohit, Noel Jacob, Jonathan Kogan, Matteo Furia, Christopher D. Long, ExApologist, Pascal Sulser, 瑞拿頭, Matthias Lampe, James Wooden, Matthew Green
Reader View · 2 min read · 2021-12-05 · We can add suggesting and proving mathematical theorems to the long list of what artificial intelligence is capable of: Mathematicians and AI experts have teamed up to demonstrate how machine learning… · Shared by 222, including Dean Anthony Gratton, John Koetsier, LARRY ELKAN, Dennis Schvejda, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Carla Gentry, Marcus Borba, Nicolas Babin #CES2023
Reader View · ~12 min read · From 2019 · I was a wayward kid who grew up on the literary side of life, treating math and science as if they were pustules from the plague.… · Shared by 307, including Florian Hanke 🍎, Will Hoag 🏔‼️, Nils Hitze, Kenneth Kalmer, Dean Yeong, Philipp Laurim, @ShannaPeeples@mastodon.nl, Jacob Jarnvall, Jane, Brent Summers, Thomas Power, Liv 😷, Weverton Timoteo, Martina Grolimund, Stephen C Sanders, Leslie D, Paddy Zab, Dominik Grolimund, Bryan Onel, Brian
once you understand why you do something in math and science, you don’t have to keep re-explaining the how to yourself every time you do it.
Reader View · 2 min read · From 2020 · If you’ve ever tripped up over the term ‘Bayesian’ while reading up on data or tech, fear not. Strip away the jargon and notation, and even the mathematics-averse can make sense of the simple yet… · Shared by 175, including fnord, Tom Connor, ɐpuɐʎᴉW ᴉʇɐʍɥǝN, Jennifer Stirrup #MBA Next up: #AI #Healthcare, rohit, Shawn Venasse, 🧠 Larry G. Maguire
Reader View · 3 min read · From 2020 · It is thought that Euclid wrote Elements in about 300 BC, but Oliver Byrne turned it into one of the true gems of visualization — and made it about 100 times more readable. By seamlessly combining… · Shared by 207, including Dayyan Smith, AGI.Eth | AIKing.Eth | 👑.sgb, Soumith Chintala, Ines Bieler, Elyzer Gatez, rohit, Cameron Yick ~ @firstname.lastname@example.org on mastodon