According to Kurzweil, the singularity (the moment when we will start to invent things instantaneously) will occur in 2045. According to me the singularity (the moment when I forget things fast than I can learn things) occurs in 2009. Every … Continue reading
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Project Euler. Wasting time with Maths. My attempt at #3 is running now (which probably means it is wrong).
When I was at grammar school, I used to rank the subjects according to how ‘like maths‘ they were. We were taught chemistry, physics and biology as separate subjects and, while I enjoyed all the sciences, I enjoyed physics the … Continue reading
The other day, I went to Dylan’s open house at school and met his maths teacher. We went through the usual awkward self-introduction: “So, who do you belong to?” “Dylan” “Oh! Dylan! He works so hard!” “No! Dylan Lawrence!” Apparently, … Continue reading