Month: July 2022

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New Perspective on the Riemann Hypothesis

Entitled “New Perspective on the Riemann Hypothesis”, the full version in PDF format is accessible in the “Free Books and Articles” section, here. In about 10 pages (plus Python code, exercises and figures), this article constitutes a scratch course on the subject. It covers a large range of topics, both recent as well as unpublished, in a […]

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Synthetic Data in Machine Learning: What, Why, How?

In this episode, Nicolai Baldin (CEO) and Simon Swan (Machine Learning Lead) of Synthesized are welcoming the founder of Data Science Central and MLTechniques.com Vincent Granville to discuss synthetic data generation, share secrets about Machine Learning on synthetic data, key challenges with synthetic data, and using generative models to solve issues related to fairness and […]

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Detecting Subtle Departures from Randomness

Entitled “Detecting Subtle Departures from Randomness”, the full version in PDF format is accessible in the “Free Books and Articles” section, here. Figure 1 below shows two plots arising from two different, non-periodic pseudo-random sequences of +1 and -1 in about equal proportions, distributed seemingly randomly. The left one is associated to prime numbers, assumed to be […]

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