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Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem – Numberphile

Professor Marcus du Satoy on Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem

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8 Ways Machine Learning Is Improving Companies’ Work Processes 

Interesting article from the Harvard Business Review Today’s leading organizations are using machine learning–based tools to automate decision processes, and they’re starting to experiment with more-advanced uses of artificial intelligence (AI) for digital transformation. Corporate investment in artificial intelligence is predicted to triple in 2017, becoming a $100 billion market by 2025. Last year alone saw $5 … Continue reading 8 Ways Machine Learning Is Improving Companies’ Work Processes 

Why PhDs Are More Valuable Than Other Job Candidates

Written by Isaiah Hankel, Ph.D. Less than 2% of the world’s population has a doctorate. In the U.S. it’s only 1.63% (US Census Bureau). This makes having a PhD very rare. But does this rarity indicate value?  Most PhDs, entered their graduate school program at the top of their class. At that time, they felt unique. … Continue reading Why PhDs Are More Valuable Than Other Job Candidates

Visualising a Python algorithm profile

Writing code is a delicate task, as one misplaced comma leads to compiler displays weird error messages. A practice that I usually employ while coding is to write the whole algorithm as a combination of smaller components (snippets). A positive point for dividing it into components is the ability to debug individual parts of the code, as … Continue reading Visualising a Python algorithm profile