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Why can’t the Cube be Doubled or the Circle be Squared? | Mathematics - Medium

It took over two thousand years for algebra to expose the limitations of the straight edge and compass, argues Keith McNulty, Analytics leader at McKinsey. […]

Myth debunked: Can artificial intelligence replace mathematicians? | Science - Times of Malta

A proof is a step-by-step logical argument that verifies the truth of a conjecture by Times of Malta.   Photo: courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net […]

Mathematics and Poetry: Some Impressions | Literature - The Daily Star

Azfar Hussain, Associate Professor of Liberal Studies/Interdisciplinary Studies at Grand Valley State University says, I think I've always loved mathematics in my own ways. Mathematics […]

Why Colleges Are Offering Data Science Programs | Education - U.S. News & World Report

This story is excerpted from the U.S. News "Best Colleges 2021" guidebook, which features in-depth articles, rankings and data. Zackary Bennett, Publications Intern at U.S. […]

Suggested Books Today | Books - Helge Scherlund's eLearning News

Read and Enjoy these Books below.  Photo: Storyblocks.com Hello World: How to be Human in the Age of the Machine  Hello World: How to be […]

Algorithms Can’t Automate Beauty | Art in America - ARTnews

Trevor Paglen filters photos of blooming trees through bespoke computational processes, explains Kyle Chayka, Author at artnet News.  View of Trevor Paglen’s exhibition “Bloom,” 2020, […]

Is AI an Existential Threat? | Artificial General Intelligence - Unite.AI

Antoine Tardif, Futurist who is passionate about the future of AI and robotics insist, When discussing Artificial Intelligence (AI), a common debate is whether AI […]

AI’s Helping Students Improve Their Scores In Less Than 24 Hours | AI - Forbes

In the last few years, AI-enabled online learning platforms are increasingly popular around the world for parents who want their children to gain an edge […]

A computer predicts your thoughts, creating images based on them | Computers & Math - Science Daily

Summary: Researchers have developed a technique in which a computer models visual perception by monitoring human brain signals. In a way, it is as if […]

The 10 Most Popular Courses Among Engineers This Year (Bonus: They’re Free) | Top skills and courses - The Learning Blog

Erica (Ewing) Lockheimer, VP of Engineering, LinkedIn Learning recommends, If you’re an engineer trying to grow your skills while working from home, this list is […]

Matrix Multiplication and the Ingenious Strassen’s Algorithm | Discrete Mathematics - Medium

Volker Strassen in 2009. Photo: Wikipedia How Divide-And-Conquer Comes to the Rescue (again), explains Haris Angelidakis, Computer Scientist focusing on mathematical aspects of CS. Introduction […]

At home in the new era of digital learning | Schools - The Tribune

Education is the most powerful weapon which can be used to change society as a whole, according to Sushil Awasthi, Principal, Cambridge Global School.  At […]

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