Boing Boingadded this to All StoriesThe Gift Towards a "nerdocratic oath"boingboing.net - Cory Doctorow The tech ethics movement has progressed to the point where various practitioners are trying to come up with a kind of oath of service, not unlike the …

Evans Mehew/FastFulcrum.comadded this to AIR - Artificial Intelligence/RoboticsArtificial Intelligence KYield's founder unveils new artificial intelligence system at New Mexico conference to accelerate super intelligenceyahoo.com - PR Newswire The patent-pending system is titled 'Synthetic Genius Machine and Knowledge Creation System' ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Sept. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- KYield, …

Equations Mathematician describes movement in a flat strip of plasma for first timephys.org - RUDN University A RUDN University mathematician has for the first time proved the theorem of existence and uniqueness of solutions of the Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation …

Theory of Relativity LIGO Supports "No Hair" Theorem for Black Holesrealclearscience.com - Jennifer Ouellette Physicists have "heard" the telltale ring of an infant back hole for the first time, thanks to a fresh analysis of LIGO data. Researchers …

Icon version of the Flipboard logoEnergy Novel implementation of the multipole expansion to quarkonium hadronic transitionsaps.org - Antonio Pineda and Jaume Tarrús Castellà Author(s): Antonio Pineda and Jaume Tarrús CastellàWe compute hadronic transitions between heavy quarkonium states with two, or one, pion/eta …

Ars TechnicaBlack Holes Fresh analysis of LIGO data supports “no hair” theorem for black holesArs Technica - Jennifer Ouellette "We all expect general relativity to be correct, but this is the first time we have confirmed it in this way," said lead author Maximiliano Isi of …

Scientific Americanadded this to Scientific AmericanMathematics Is Mathematics, Like Science, Pluralistic?scientificamerican.com - John Horgan My last column explored theoretical pluralism, the philosophical stance that some scientific questions, rather than having a single solution, might …

StereophileAnalog Sumo Theorem D/A processorStereophile - Robert Harley The $799 Theorem was originally shown at the 1992 WCES in a very small chassis that prohibited adding features or upgrades. Sumo has since become …

MetroBudgeting Budgeting and mental health among skills we wish we’d learned at schoolmetro.co.uk - Ellen Scott Do you feel like school prepared you for real life? Sure, we might have the Pythagorean theorem nailed, but we still aren’t entirely confident in …

Lordbregaadded this to Lordbrega’s Space, Science & NatureScience 10 of the Toughest Math Problems Ever SolvedPopular Mechanics - By Dave LinkletterEarlier this week, a math puzzle that had stumped mathematicians for decades was finally solved. It’s called a Diophantine Equation, and it’s sometimes known as the “summing of three cubes”: Find x, y,

Icon version of the Flipboard logoBlack Holes Synopsis: Hunting for Hair on Coalescing Black Holesaps.org - physics.aps.org A fresh look at data from the first detected black-hole merger supports the “no hair” theorem and proves the potential of black-hole spectroscopy. A …

FanSidedadded this to FanSided NFLNFL NFL Week 1 rookie highlights: The Nick Bosa theoremnflmocks.com - Ian Higgins After NFL week 1, we have gotten our real first look at some of the products from this 2019 NFL draft class. Which rookies shined in their …

Consumer Tech Consumer Electronicsoreilly.com - www.oreilly.com The labyrinth is a tuned pipe with one open end. When the wave from the speaker reaches the end of the pipe, it spreads out into the listening …

Towards Data Scienceadded this to Machine LearningStatistics An Introduction to Naïve Bayes Classifiertowardsdatascience.com - Yang S The Naïve Bayes Classifier belongs to the family of probability classifier, using Bayesian theorem. The reason why it is called ‘Naïve’ because it …

Towards Data Scienceadded this to MathematicsStatistics Understanding the Central Limit Theoremtowardsdatascience.com - Abhishek Jhunjhunwala Diving deep into one of the most important theorems in statistics In this article, I want to talk about the central limit theorem and its applications …

hajaveebadded this to UusScience Top 10 Theories That Will Make Your Brain Do Backflipsboredpanda.com - RELLY KEVIN A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, …

New York Postadded this to SportsLos Angeles Rams Bettors should try this angle in predicting NFL win totalsNew York Post - By Scott Kellen Bill James brought the Pythagorean theorem to light many years ago as a way to indicate a baseball team’s future performance based on runs scored and …

Bill Fulkersonadded this to Programming & Statistical MethodsMathematics Mathematician Wins $3 Million Breakthrough Prize for 'Magic Wand Theorem'Live Science - Rafi Letzter Alex Eskin, a mathematician at the University of Chicago, has won the $3 million 2019 Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics. The Breakthrough Prizes were …

Towards Data Scienceadded this to MathematicsMathematics Probability Learning IV : The Math Behind Bayestowardsdatascience.com - Jaime Zornoza The maths supporting Bayes’ Theorem for classification and regression fully explained After the two previous posts about Bayes’ Theorem, I got a lot of …

Aatos Heikkinenadded this to Analytics &MLIcon version of the Flipboard logoAlgorithms There is No Free Lunch in Data Sciencekdnuggets.com - mtdearing There is no such thing as a free lunch in life or data science. Here, we'll explore some science philosophy and discuss the No Free Lunch theorems to …

Icon version of the Flipboard logoAmerican Physical Society Thermodynamic Uncertainty Relations from Exchange Fluctuation Theoremsaps.org - André M. Timpanaro, Giacomo Guarnieri, John Goold, and Gabriel T. Landi Author(s): André M. Timpanaro, Giacomo Guarnieri, John Goold, and Gabriel T. LandiThermodynamic uncertainty relations (TURs) place strict bounds on …

Towards Data Scienceadded this to Artificial IntelligenceProbability Probability Learning III: Maximum Likelihoodtowardsdatascience.com - Jaime Zornoza After the two previous posts about Bayes’ Theorem, I got a lot of requests asking for a deeper explanation on the maths behind the regression and …

Mathematics Heroines of mathematicsunimelb.edu.au - Lito Vilisoni Wilson, University of Melbourne She was the Victorian icon of nursing but little is known of Florence Nightingale’s skill as a mathematician and statistician, and how she used data …

Michelle Kassorlaadded this to PHYSICS, SPACE AND NANOTECHQuantum Mechanics Space is dead: A challenge to the standard model of quantum mechanicsbigthink.com - Lee Smolin LEE SMOLIN: So let's first define what we mean by being a realist. What I mean when I say I'm a realist is that I believe that there is an exactly …

Icon version of the Flipboard logoPhilosophy of Science Genericity and Arbitrarinesspitt.edu - Giorgio Venturi We compare the notions of genericity and arbitrariness on the basis of the realist import of the method of forcing. We argue that Cohen's Theorem, …

PLAadded this to Software Development Algorithms How to Hide One’s Relationships from Link Prediction Algorithmsnature.com - Marcin Waniek, Kai Zhou, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik, Esteban Moro, Tomasz P. Michalak, Talal Rahwan Our private connections can be exposed by link prediction algorithms. To date, this threat has only been addressed from the perspective of a central …

kingshukmadded this to Kingshuk Technology TrendBenchmarking A new class of efficient randomized benchmarking protocolsnature.com - Jonas Helsen, Xiao Xue, Lieven M. K. Vandersypen, Stephanie Wehner In this section will discuss three things: (1) The statistical behavior and scalability of character randomized benchmarking, (2) the robustness of …

Icon version of the Flipboard logoAmerican Physical Society Constraints and horizons for de Sitter with extra dimensionsaps.org - Saurya Das, S. Shajidul Haque, and Bret Underwood Author(s): Saurya Das, S. Shajidul Haque, and Bret UnderwoodIn order for spacetimes with static extra dimensions to have four-dimensional de Sitter …

Calculators How to Calculate Angles for Shelf Supports | Hunkerhunker.com - By B.T. Alo Calculating angles for making shelf supports, which are based on right-angled triangles, will take you back to high school math class. Whether you …

Thermodynamics Fluctuation Theorems for a Quantum Channelaps.org - journals.aps.org In everyday experience, thermodynamics is deterministic: Heat flows from hot to cold, and a dropped glass remains shattered. However, in the quantum …