Monthly Archives: April 2014

“Gods” make Comeback at Toyota

is the headline of this bloomberg piece that reports the strange phenomena that human beings are replacing robots in the manufacturing lines. The point is that by automating some of these production process, much of the skill learnt by the … Continue reading

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Come Together

is not the beatles song but the title of episode 16 of a tv program called discover science. I happened to catch it on local tv and the combination of quirky Japanese humour and the clever introduction to mathematics and … Continue reading

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Mathematics and poetry

A nice article by Ornes on slate and a paper by Glaz. My favourites has to be the Fermat Last Theorem Poetry Challenge which I have read about previously elsewhere. Here’s one entry by E. Howe, H. Lenstra, D. Moulton: … Continue reading

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