Carl Sagan Explains the 4th Dimension

Carl Sagan Explains the 4th Dimension

I remember watching this on TV when I was a kid and it blew my mind. It is hands-down the best explanation of four dimensions,... Details
The Applications of Non-Euclidean Distance

The Applications of Non-Euclidean Distance

It may not come up in everyday dinner conversations, but non-Euclidean distances can have some interesting real world applications. Zach Star explains why. Details
Free Full Calculus 1 College Course

Free Full Calculus 1 College Course

freeCodeCamp.org Learn Calculus 1 in this full college course. This course was created by Dr. Linda Green, a lecturer at the University of North Carolina... Details
All the Math You Need for Machine Learning for FREE!

All the Math You Need for Machine Learning for FREE!

Python Programmer tells you how to learn the mathematics for machine learning will teach you all of the maths you need for machine learning. Best... Details
A Clear Explanation of Naive Bayes

A Clear Explanation of Naive Bayes

StatQuest with Josh Starmer explains Naive Bayes in a clear way. When most people want to learn about Naive Bayes, they want to learn about... Details
AI Can Now Prove Mathematical Theorems

AI Can Now Prove Mathematical Theorems

Here’s an interesting innovation coming out of Google in regards to AI and mathematics. I wonder how much AI will accelerate our understanding of math. Details
A New Way to Start Linear Algebra

A New Way to Start Linear Algebra

MIT OpenCourseWare provides a this course for free. Given its prominence to neural networks and quantum computing, now is a good time to learn Linear... Details
College Algebra Free and Full 6 Hour+ Course

College Algebra Free and Full 6 Hour+ Course

Learn Algebra in this full college course. Algebraic concepts are often used in programming.  This course was created by Dr. Linda Green, a lecturer at... Details
Is Mathematics Invented or Discovered?

Is Mathematics Invented or Discovered?

Mathematics describes the real world of atoms and acorns, stars and stairs, with remarkable precision. Is mathematics invented by humans just like chisels and hammers... Details
Non-Euclidean Virtual Reality

Non-Euclidean Virtual Reality

Henry Segerman explores this virtual experience of non-euclidean space, which is a joint work with Vi Hart, Andrea Hawksley and Sabetta Matsumoto. Papers: http://archive.bridgesmathart.org/2017/bridges2017-33.html http://archive.bridgesmathart.org/2017/bridges2017-41.html... Details