Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Explained

Principal Component Analysis (PCA) Explained

Principal component analysis (PCA) is a workhorse algorithm in statistics, where dominant correlation patterns are extracted from high-dimensional data. Steve Brunton explains it in this... Details
The Physics of Randomness

The Physics of Randomness

Up and Atom talks about the physics of randomness. Details
3 Paradoxes That Gave Us Calculus

3 Paradoxes That Gave Us Calculus

Up and Atom examines the three paradoxes that produced calculus. Details
What Are the Math Skills You Need for Quantum Computing

What Are the Math Skills You Need for Quantum Computing

Anastasia Marchenkova outlines the math skills needed to succeed in quantum computing. Details
Why the ‘Unreasonable Effectiveness’ of Mathematics?

Why the ‘Unreasonable Effectiveness’ of Mathematics?

What is it about mathematics that it can describe so accurately the world around us? In this talk that straddles the border of hard science... Details
Why You Will Never Think of a Truly Random Number

Why You Will Never Think of a Truly Random Number

Thoughty2 explores the nature of randomness and why you will never think of a truly random number and computers won’t either. Details
Learn Mathematics from START to FINISH

Learn Mathematics from START to FINISH

As I get more and more into quantum computing, the more I regret not diving deeper into math in school. Adopting a growth mindset, I’m... Details
The Applications of Matrices

The Applications of Matrices

Zach Star echoes my thoughts with this video on what he wishes his teachers told him about matrices. Given the relevance of linear algebra to... Details
What are Complex Fibonacci Numbers?

What are Complex Fibonacci Numbers?

Stand-up Maths explains what complex Fibonacci numbers are and why we should care.  Details
The 10 Equations that Rule the World

The 10 Equations that Rule the World

The Royal Institution explores the ten equations that run the world. Details