Since their inception we have used computers to simulate natural phenomena: we simulate light to create photo-realistic animations, molecules to discover new drugs, fluid dynamics to engineer better vehicles, and even human behaviour to predict th... Read more
In 1854 George Boole published The Laws of Thought, and established Boolean algebra. Less well known is that half of this book was devoted to probabilistic inference. Boole dreamed of a "general method in probabilities": an algorithm which given p... Read more
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Zenna is a Ph.D candidate at MIT, interested in both Human and Artificial Intelligence. He spends his days thinking about programming languages, and how to build computer programs that think as humans think (they are related!).