#### Why Reality is a Hallucination.

- Frank
- March 27, 2024
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There have always been hints that the brain wasn’t evolved to track objective reality, but a new, incredibly popular theory in neuroscience takes everything one step further. Not only is your brain not built for reality, you’ve never even experienced it. Noted Science Zaddy Kyle Hill explains “predictive processing.”

Read More#### Why 7 is Weird – Numberphile

- Frank
- December 21, 2023
- 7
- Math
- Numberphile

This video is from Numberphile.

Read More#### Learn More About the unreasonable effectiveness of linear algebra.

Linear algebra keeps coming up in the darndest places. If you’ve not already learned it, now is is the time. This video is from Michael Penn.

Read More#### The US Army’s Plan to Conquer the Moon

“Project Horizon” was the US Army’s secret attempt in the 1960s to come up with a viable plan for long-term American colonization of the Moon. But with the Soviet Union already ahead in the space race, the hundreds of pages of classified reports also had to consider what would happen if a lunar base was […]

Read More#### George Hotz Explains What the Q* algorithm is.

- Frank
- November 27, 2023
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- AGI
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- Algorithm
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- verify step by step
- Voice
- weights
- yt:cc=on

George Hotz explains the Q8 algorithm and why it could be a big deal.

Read More#### AsyncIO, await, and async – Concurrency in Python

This video from Socratica covers the asyncio module. The asyncio module in Python helps you use concurrency in your code. In this lesson, you’ll learn about subroutines & coroutines, concurrency vs. parallelism, and how to use the async/await keywords to create a coroutine, and to run a batch of coroutines using convenience functions in the […]

Read More#### According to Network Theory, We’re Nerds

According to this video from Not David, we’re nerds..

Read More#### Are Quantum Algorithms More Efficient for Nonlinear Dynamics and Machine Learning

- Frank
- October 10, 2023
- ipam
- Math
- Mathematics

This video is from Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics (IPAM). Recorded 06 October 2023. Abstract: Nonlinear dynamics play a prominent role in many domains and are notoriously difficult to solve. Whereas previous quantum algorithms for general nonlinear equations have been severely limited due to the linearity of quantum mechanics, we gave the first efficient […]

Read More#### Python vs Wolfram Alpha, which one wins?

This video is from Everyday Mathematics. We move to the regular season of the MIT integration BEE and solve problems that bear log functions in them. We compare python and Wolfram alpha and can you guess which ones comes top?

Read More#### When Computers Write Proofs, What’s the Point of Mathematicians?

Andrew Granville knows that artificial intelligence will profoundly change math. The programming language Lean already plays a role in theorem proving. That’s why the University of Montreal number theorist has started talking to philosophers about the nature of mathematical proof — and how the discipline of mathematics might evolve in the age of AI. Read […]

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