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Todd Rowland
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This might sound like a fantasy but you could immediately try this. Given historical data you can put it into Classify. The methods it uses can be termed "statistical". So in a sense the theory exists already. The big problem is getting the...
If one looks at education planning generally speaking there is a lack of flexibility and a lack of planning for the future. One thing that CBM gives you is flexibility, so you could use it for economics one day and then use it for something else...
The dates for the Wolfram Summer School are June 19 - July 8 at Bentley University in Waltham Massachusetts. We just put up an application form for the Wolfram Summer School at https://www.wolframscience.com/summerschool Click Apply Now before...
The application is live for the [summer school][1]. You can see it by clicking Apply Now. Alison Kimball is really responsible for it. The basic steps were to setup the fields in a FormObject, which look like "name" -> "First name *",...
Richard, any updates?
Nice post. Much to say about Monopoly. I studied this over a decade ago, and it is a little foggy. I made a transition matrix and made precise calculations as a Markov chain (as you mentioned). Precise calculations of the expected payoffs...
In the video 11 (he talks about [NKS][1] in 11 and 12) Leon Chuah mentions that there are 256 types of neurons, and says that is just a coincidence that there are 256 [elementary cellular automata][2]. Does anyone know what he is talking about? ...
This point about language literacy has come up recently in Stephen Wolfram's previous blog post on [talking to AI][1]. The problem of communicating with AI becomes much simpler if Wolfram Language becomes generally common. Of course, developing...
Nature versus nurture, the classic question. But what does it mean for artificial intelligence (AI)? I was just reading the [latest blog][1] from Stephen Wolfram on how to talk to AIs, and was thinking how it seems like the AIs are getting pretty...
Great job Loris! I like the picture. The robot doesn't look real, but you can see it's shadow.