The mutually beneficial relationship between deep learning and applied mathematics could help solve ongoing problems in both fields.
Jenny Morber discusses how game theory reveals the difficulty of preventing foreign interference in elections.
Is it possible to achieve a desired guiding of stress in a cable network under tension by geometry alone?
The annual meeting of the SIAM Council commenced virtually this summer to address a variety of business items.
Deep learning is beginning to find applications in every domain of science and engineering.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, an online summer school brought students and experts together in a unique way.
At AN20, a panel of entrepreneurs discussed their career paths from applied mathematics to founding their own companies.
The SPPEXA program in Germany addressed fundamental aspects of high-performance computing software.
James Case reviews The Misinformation Age by Cailin O’Connor and James Owen Weatherall.
The authors of Learning LaTeX reflect on their writing process and provide humorous predictions for the future of LaTeX.
Mark Levi presents a physical implementation of the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality with Hookean springs.