Special Theory of Relativity

Albert Einstein shook the foundations of +Physics  with the introduction of his Special Theory of Relativity in 1905, and his General Theory of Relativity in 1915. The fun part is if you add gravity to “Special Theory of Relativity” you get “General Theory of Relativity”. The former states that “Space” and “Time” are intertwined and […]

Amoeba inspired computing

Amoeba inspired computing. Sounds fundamental where the nature provided some clues for a better computing paradigm that may offer several benefits, such as high efficiency, miniaturization, and low energy consumption. Although we all know that the traditional computing (Turing machine) is NOT any less powerful from NFAs except for the explosion in the search space, […]

Machine Learning

Machine Learning (ML) is set of few basic ideas. Unlike the traditional algorithm, ML has the non linear chops to model most phenomena we see around us.  ML is about what we want, the results of our actions, how to achieve our goals and how the world will change.  Its a  paradigm shift. There are different schools […]

Mathematicians Chase Moonshine’s Shadow

I must say this is by far the exciting article I came across so far. Filled with hope and proof. It combined some of the most important fields of study, in one shot: Number Theory, Algebra, String Theory, Escher’s Tessellation, Ramanujam’s Mock Theta functions and Black holes (as structures in space time) The article talks […]