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Monthly Archives: August 2019
Uncovering ‘What if?’ and ‘Why?’ in the A.I. era
Artificial intelligence, which has been extensively developed in the last few decades, cares about the power of a machine to copy intelligent human behavior. As humans, we make decisions every day that rely on the cause and effects of our … Continue reading
Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Statistics
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Mathematical oncology blog posts
In July, The Mathematical Oncology Blog was launched. This community blog, which focuses on mathematical and computational oncology, is looking for contributors. Presently, the blog has several posts and seems to be off to an great start. I find it … Continue reading
Let’s Talk About Viral Equations
Recently, there was a viral post about solving the equation below: Many mathematicians and social media powerhouses have weighed in on what the answer should be. But, why has this equation led to a lot of debate? This is not … Continue reading
Posted in History of Mathematics, Math Communication, Recreational Mathematics, Uncategorized
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Introducing Vanessa!
Starting this month, Vanessa Rivera Quiñones (@MissVRiveraQ) will be coediting the blog with me! She received her Ph.D. in mathematics this year from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign and she’s currently looking for a job in Belgium. Last year, … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Biomath, Data Science, Math Communication, Math Education, people in math, women in math
Tagged blogging, collaboration, Graduate Student Blog, Mathematical Modeling, SACNAS, social justice, Vanessa Rivera Quiñones
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Math Instruction for Students Learning English
As of 2016, 4.9 million students — or 9.6% of students in U.S. public schools — were identified as English Language Learners (ELL), according to the National Center for Education Statistics. While different folks advocate using different terms to describe … Continue reading