The increasing role of artificial intelligence to automate decision-making sparks concern about potential AI-based discrimination.
Matrices of small integers—innocuous as they may seem—can clearly provoke interesting behavior.
Joseph Teran spoke about the use of mathematical models for computer-generated imagery at AN18.
Gil Strang identifies continuous piecewise linear functions as powerful approximators in an effort to transform shallow learning into deep learning.
On the occasion of a birthday celebration, Walter Gautschi describes his interest in different research areas.
Nature can overcome the second law of thermodynamics and (nearly) exchange the temperatures of two substances.
Per-Gunnar Martinsson describes two randomized algorithms designed to help process large datasets in high-dimensional spaces.