Optimization is one of the pillars of statistical learning. It also plays a crucial role in the design of “intelligent” systems.
Robotics is evolving today toward applications in which robots enter into everyday life.
The July 2014 meetings of the SIAM Council and Board were unusually busy, with full agendas and lengthy debates.
Martin Gardner’s monthly “Mathematical Games” column in Scientific American inspired many mathematicians.
At AN14, Henry Warchall of the NSF described several new and ongoing programs of particular interest to the SIAM...
In recognition of the importance of good exposition, SIAM has reconfigured the George Pólya Prize.
Ernest Davis reviews How Not To Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking by Jordan Ellenberg.
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