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A.I. Is Coming for Mathematics, Too
The New York Times
, July 2, 2023
With a New, Improved ‘Einstein,’ Puzzlers Settle a Math Problem
The New York Times
, June 1, 2023
What Number Comes Next? The Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences Knows
The New York Times
, May 21, 2023
Elusive ‘Einstein’ Solves a Longstanding Math Problem
The New York Times
, March 28, 2023
The Quest to Find Rectangles in a Square
The New York Times
, February 7, 2023
A New Puzzle Turns Earth Into a Rubik’s Cube, but More Complex
The New York Times
, January 1, 2023
They’re Taking Jigsaws to Infinity and Beyond
The New York Times
, December 9, 2022
The Radical Polymath Who Fought for Freedom
The Nation
, October 12, 2022
The Mysterious Dance of the Cricket Embryos
The New York Times
, August 5, 2022
How ‘Trustless’ Is Bitcoin, Really?
The New York Times
, June 6, 2022
Is Geometry a Language That Only Humans Know?
The New York Times
, March 22, 2022
This Puzzle Challenge Brings Joy to the World of Code
MIT Technology Review
, December 17, 2021
A New Startup Built a Record-breaking 256-qubit Quantum Computer
MIT Technology Review
, November 17, 2021
An
E. coli
Biocomputer Solves a Maze by Sharing the Work
MIT Technology Review
, November 9, 2021
The 50-Year-Old Problem that Eludes Theoretical Computer Science
MIT Technology Review
, October 27, 2021
Reimagining Our Pandemic Problems with the Mindset of an Engineer
MIT Technology Review
, October 15, 2021
The Godmother of the Digital Image
The New York Times Magazine
, September 14, 2021
Mathematicians are Deploying Algorithms to Stop Gerrymandering
MIT Technology Review
, August 12, 2021
Is 57 a prime number? There’s a game for that.
MIT Technology Review
, July 18, 2021
Are computers ready to solve this notoriously unwieldy math problem?
MIT Technology Review
, August 5, 2022
Is This Some Kind of Code? You Can Solve the…
The New York Times
, June 25, 2021
All Together Now: The Most Trustworthy Covid-19 Model is an Ensemble
MIT Technology Review
, May 28, 2021
Lessons From the Pandemic’s Superstar Data Scientist, Youyang Gu
MIT Technology Review
, April 27, 2021
Geoffrey Hinton Has a Hunch About What’s Next for AI
MIT Technology Review
, April 16, 2021
The Latest Wrinkle in Crumple Theory
The New York Times
, March 8, 2021
Triangulating Math, Mozart and ‘Moby-Dick’
The New York Times
, March 6, 2021
The Lasting Lessons of John Conway’s Game of Life
The New York Times
, December 28, 2020
‘The Pandemic Is a Prisoner’s Dilemma Game’
The New York Times
, December 20, 2020
The Swiss Cheese Model of Pandemic Defense
The New York Times
, December 5, 2020
How to Think Like an Epidemiologist
The New York Times
, August 4, 2020
Who’s a Bot? Who’s Not?
The New York Times
, June 16, 2020
Searching for the Secrets of the Universe in Sudbury, Ontario
The Walrus
, May 21, 2020
Travels With John Conway, in 258 Septillion Dimensions
The New York Times
, May 16, 2020
This Is the Future of the Pandemic
The New York Times
, May 8, 2020
John Horton Conway, A “Magical Genius,” Dies at 82
The New York Times
, April 14, 2020
Early String Ties Us to Neanderthals
The New York Times
, April 9, 2020
Embracing the Uncertainties
The New York Times
, April 7, 2020
You Can Help Break the Chain of Transmission
The New York Times
, March 19, 2020
Why Birds Are the World’s Best Engineers
The New York Times
, March 17, 2020
The Exponential Power of Now
The New York Times
, March 13, 2020
Flattening the Coronavirus Curve
The New York Times
, March 11, 2020
Lunch With Freeman Dyson, in 196,883 Dimensions
The New York Times
, March 3, 2020
In Paris, a Mathematician Confronts the Political Odds
The New York Times
, January 30, 2020
Is It Time to Upend the Periodic Table?
The New York Times
, August 27, 2019.
In Brazil, Mending an Urban Fabric with Geometry and Bamboo
The New York Times
, July 29, 2019
Celebrating the Eclipse That Let Einstein Shine
The New York Times
, May 28, 2019
‘Knitting Is Coding’ and Yarn is Programmable in This Physics Lab
The New York Times
, May 17, 2019
In Bubbles, Karen Uhlenbeck Sees a Mathematical Universe
The New York Times
, April 8, 2019
Elizabeth Hargrave Invented a Board Game With Scientific Integrity. It’s Taking Off.
The New York Times
, March 11, 2019
The Perfect Valentine? A Math Formula
The New York Times
, February 14, 2019
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