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Maryam Mirzakhani becomes 1st woman to win Fields Medal

Congratulations Professor Mirzakhani! All the very best in all that you do.

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The Price of Ignorance

My aim in life at the moment, and hopefully not the major contribution to civilisation, is to come up with the next Tamagochi - harmless, absolutely useless except for parental peace, relatively cheap, and every kid on the planet wants one. Sad and shamel…

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A Quantum Computing Milestone

Does quantum computing scramble your brain as much as it does mine?

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Cloud Piano, a robotic installation that plays keys on a piano based on the movement of clouds

Or for even more sure-fire "sounds like music" algorithm tweaking - it could be restricted to a pentatonic scale. Then, it could do no wrong. Or, perhaps one might see that as "it could do no right"...

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The Next Moore’s Law

Wow, Brian, that's a huge compliment coming from you. Thank you!

You bring some engaging ideas to the party there. Moore's Law could most certainly spawn similar explosions in other disciplines. Underlying some of the examples you are listing, I think …

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K is for Kit Kat

Thanks Paul. I guess that was what I was trying to get at with the "it's the same hardware" point. Perhaps not clear...

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Data-Centric IoT Messaging

How do you see DDS as distinct from other protocols? Or do you see it as that distinct?

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The Bozo Coefficient

Check out the traffic on a normal working day in India. It would give Chaos Theorists a run for their money !!!!

To be precise : following the rules (assuming people know what they are) would get you killed or at least leave you with a badly dented car…

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