Steve44Quantum Computing Mathematicians Are Studying Planet-Sized Quantum Computers With God-Like Powers VICE - Mordechai RorvigIf today's computers had dreams and ambitions, there would be some problems that they wouldn’t even dream about solving. Some problems would take far too much time or memory, running on for nearly forever.

Steve44Python Programming SciPy 1.0: fundamental algorithms for scientific computing in Python nature.com - Pauli Virtanen, Ralf Gommers, Travis E. Oliphant, Matt Haberland, Tyler Reddy, David Cournapeau, Evgeni Burovski, Pearu Peterson, Warren Weckesser, Jonathan Bright, Stéfan J. van der Walt, Matthew Brett, Joshua Wilson, K. Jarrod Millman, Nikolay Mayorov, Andrew R. J. Nelson, Eric Jones, Robert Kern, Eric Larson, C J Carey, İlhan Polat, Yu Feng, Eric W. Moore, Jake VanderPlas, Denis Laxalde, Josef Perktold, Robert Cimrman, Ian Henriksen, E. A. Quintero, Charles R. Harris, Anne M. Archibald, Antônio H. Ribeiro, Fabian Pedregosa, Paul van Mulbregt SciPy is an open-source scientific computing library for the Python programming language. Since its initial release in 2001, SciPy has become a de …

Steve44Mathematics Stiff differential equations johndcook.com - by John There is no precise definition of what it means for a differential equation to be stiff, but essentially it means that implicit methods will work …

Steve44Data Science What is a Chi-Square Test and Why Do We use it? codementor.io - ABHIRAJ SURESH • What is the chi-square test? How does it work? • Learn about the different types of Chi-Square tests and where and when you should apply them • We will …

Steve44 'Remarkable' Mathematical Proof Describes How to Solve Seemingly Impossible Computing Problem Gizmodo - Ryan F. Mandelbaum You enter a cave. At the end of a dark corridor, you encounter a pair of sealed chambers. Inside each chamber is an all-knowing wizard. The prophecy …

Steve44 Facebook Invented a New Language for Machines to Solve Complex Math Equations VICE - Kevin McElweeDespite being built by calculus, linear algebra, and an army of statisticians around the world, neural networks have trouble understanding math. Or at least, they have trouble understanding how humanity

Steve44Long-form Journalism Computers Are Learning to See in Higher Dimensions WIRED - John Pavlus New artificial intelligence techniques can spot patterns not only in 2D images but on spheres and other curved surfaces, lifting AI out of “flatland.” …

Steve44 The long pursuit columbia.edu - Andrew In a comment on our post, Using black-box machine learning predictions as inputs to a Bayesian analysis, Allan Cousins writes: I find this combination …

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Steve44 Mathematician Terence Tao Cracks a ‘Dangerous’ Problem WIRED - Kevin Hartnett Tao has made huge progress on the Collatz conjecture, a simple-seeming puzzle that has bedeviled hapless mathematicians for decades. Experienced …

Steve44Icon version of the Flipboard logo What’s wrong with null hypothesis significance testing columbia.edu - Andrew My problem is not just with the methods—although I do have problems with the method—but also with the ideology. You’ve heard this a few zillion times …

Steve44 Mathematician Finds Easier Way to Solve Quadratic Equations Popular Mechanics - By Caroline DelbertA mathematician has derived an easier way to solve quadratic equation problems, according to MIT's Technology Review. Quadratic equations are polynomials that include an x², and teachers use them to teach

Steve44 A new way to make quadratic equations easy MIT Technology Review - Emerging Technology from the arXiv Many former algebra students have painful memories of struggling to memorize the quadratic formula. A new way to derive it, overlooked for 4,000 …

Steve44 Towards spike-based machine intelligence with neuromorphic computing nature.com - Kaushik Roy, Akhilesh Jaiswal, Priyadarshini Panda Guided by brain-like ‘spiking’ computational frameworks, neuromorphic computing—brain-inspired computing for machine intelligence—promises to realize …

Steve44 Solution: ‘Randomness From Determinism’ Quanta Magazine - Pradeep Mutalik Readers’ modifications of a bean machine showed how deterministic laws are capable of producing random-seeming behavior. Our last Insights puzzle …

Steve44 Fascinating CSS Grid Layout Examples and Tutorials 1stwebdesigner.com - Brenda Stokes Barron CSS Grid is one of the most powerful tools available to developers. The simple module allows you to create entire website layouts, responsive …

Steve44Machine Learning The citizen data scientist’s time has arrived VentureBeatTurning the promise of the citizen data scientist into reality Artificial intelligence and machine learning are pivotal technologies for businesses, allowing them to dig into their data to extract outcomes,

Steve44 How To Deal With Machine Learning Papers sciencemag.org Here’s a very useful article in JAMA on how to read an article that uses machine learning to propose a diagnostic model. It’s especially good for …

Steve44 Hands-on Scikit-Learn for Machine Learning Applications: Data Science Fundamentals with Python oreilly.com - David Paper1 Scikit-Learn is a Python library that provides simple and efficient tools for implementing supervised and unsupervised machine learning algorithms. …

Steve44Business Is AI in a golden age or on the verge of a new winter? VentureBeat - Gary Grossman, EdelmanThe global rush forward of AI development continues at a breakneck pace and shows no signs of stopping. Stanford University recently called on the U.S. government to make a $120 billion investment in nation’s

Steve44Machine Learning Can Artificial Intelligence Learn to Learn? Forbes - Jun WuAs businesses integrate Artificial Intelligence into their systems, technology professionals are looking at a new frontier of AI innovation. This is in the area of Meta-Learning. Meta-Learning is simply

Steve44Machine Learning AI Can Tell If You're Going to Die Soon. We Just Don't Know How It Knows. Popular Mechanics - By Caroline DelbertAlbert Einstein’s famous expression “spooky action at a distance” refers to quantum entanglement, a phenomenon seen on the most micro of scales. But machine learning seems to grow more mysterious and every

Steve44 The 17 Best Free Tools for Data Science dataquest.io - Josh Devlin Make sure you're not missing any of the best free tools for data science work, including the top R and Python packages as well as great free …

Steve44 Mathematicians Solve 'Twin Prime Conjecture' — In an Alternate Universe space.com - Rafi Letzter Mathematicians have uncovered a big new piece of evidence for one of the most famous unproven ideas in mathematics, known as the twin prime …

Steve44Business AI Can Outperform Doctors. So Why Don’t Patients Trust It? Harvard Business Review - Chiara Longoni and Carey K. MorewedgeOur recent research indicates that patients are reluctant to use health care provided by medical artificial intelligence even when it outperforms human doctors. Why? Because patients believe that their

Steve44 Archimedes: inventor of war machines and calculus (almost) sciencefocus.com - Ben Orlin In this extract from Change Is the Only Constant, Ben Orlin explains how Archimedes' wandering mind developed both mechanical weapons and the basis …

Steve44Mathematics Mathematicians Solve 'Twin Prime Conjecture' — In an Alternate Universe Live Science - Rafi Letzter Mathematicians have uncovered a big new piece of evidence for one of the most famous unproven ideas in mathematics, known as the twin prime …

Steve44 Facebook trained AI to fool facial recognition systems, and it works on live video The Verge - Nick StattFacebook remains embroiled in a multibillion-dollar judgement lawsuit over its facial recognition practices, but that hasn’t stopped its artificial intelligence research division from developing technology

Steve44 A deep learning framework for neuroscience nature.com - Blake A. Richards, Timothy P. Lillicrap, Philippe Beaudoin, Yoshua Bengio, Rafal Bogacz, Amelia Christensen, Claudia Clopath, Rui Ponte Costa, Archy de Berker, Surya Ganguli, Colleen J. Gillon, Danijar Hafner, Adam Kepecs, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Peter Latham, Grace W. Lindsay, Kenneth D. Miller, Richard Naud, Christopher C. Pack, Panayiota Poirazi, Pieter Roelfsema, João Sacramento, Andrew Saxe, Benjamin Scellier, Anna C. Schapiro, Walter Senn, Greg Wayne, Daniel Yamins, Friedemann Zenke, Joel Zylberberg, Denis Therien, Konrad P. Kording Systems neuroscience seeks explanations for how the brain implements a wide variety of perceptual, cognitive and motor tasks. Conversely, artificial …