related sustainability youth conversations at japanthanks,com abedmooc.com ecop26.com
hi-tech note from readers networks (japan, english) of von neumann biography - in 2019 g20 japan asked what society 5.0 maths determines nature's decision whether its time to extinguish homo sapiens- only 3 nations clearly understood the question ( a few more may have been suffering from mental twisties caused by the terrifting donald) many smaller ones eg singapore, nordica, austria, switzerland netherlands could - japan should immediately zoom a new gmathsclub - more at economistjapan.com and under 30s dialogue at japanthanks.com any questions ? email@example.com
scroll down japan 1984 was visit 3 on of 50 i have made to asia; that was 22 years after my father norman macrae of the economist started celebrating japan as offering the world first sustainability models potentially uniting the 65% of peoples who are asian in advancement
my work as a cambridge ma in stats had been very different from dads' - i was helping mit in boston complete the first databank of thousands of projects of what societies most wanted from the world's globally branded companies
i was fascinated by 2 top level exoeriences of this data; big western companies were depending on too much advertising to serve what communities most wanted; japan in 1984 still related all consumer offers to corporate purpose -
however 1984 was 5 years before my father retired from 40 years at the economist to start writing a biography of von neumann - whose knowhow more than any one single person dad said would determine millennials sustainability of extinction; i started co-authoring books with my father beginning with 19834's 2025 report.com - why health and education would need transforming if millennials wrre to be sustainable mapping approximate timeline exponentials if the world wss to be on track in applying numanns 100 times more tech per decade to end povert and to be in time to choose which 2020s autonomous ai solutions the world needed to collaborate arounf first
=================well japan korea china of g20 countries probably understand only common sennse ai choices can now save our species
fortunately 2021 has seen japanese publication of von neumann biography
lets have a look at some of the english speaking dialogues von neumann inspires - sadly i domt speak japanese but i sincerely hope japanese readers of von neumann are uniting nations sdgs deeper more openly that the englsh speaking world
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Jun 4, 2018 — Stanford saw more than 100,000 students enroll in their open online class in ... Jonathan Von Neumann is quoted by his wife as having said, ...
John von Neumann: The Scientific Genius Who Pioneered the Modern Computer, ... men with rarefied intelligence who had apparently disguised themselves to fit ...
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by JF Grcar · Cited by 51 — John von Neumann and Herman Goldstine wrote a paper to illustrate the ... They eventually joined the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Stanford University,.
in the era of slide rulers- algorithms barely featured in maths research until this paper of neumann's
1. The First Modern Paper in Numerical Analysis.
In the older days the objective of the applied mathematician
was to reduce
physical problems to mathematical form, and then to show how the solution
of the mathematical problem
could be expressed in terms of known functions—
particularly in terms of a finite number of the elementary functions.
— George Stibitz1 [263, p. 15]
1George Stibitz 1904–1995  built relay calculators at Bell Telephone Laboratories.
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JOHN VON NEUMANN AND MODERN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 609
1850 1900 1950 2000
Survey of Numerical Analysis (Todd)
Lectures on Matrices (Wedderburn)
von Neumann's life span
Accuracy and Stability of Numerical Algorithms (Higham)
Fig. 1.1 Illustrating that “numerical mathematics stayed as Gauss left it until World War II” [115,
p. 287], a histogram of Wedderburn’s bibliography of matrix theory  has little overlap
with Todd’s and Higham’s bibliographies for numerical linear algebra [273, Chaps. 2, 6, 8,
10, 11], . A bibliography similar to Todd’s was given by Forsythe . Carl Friedrich
Gauss died in 1855, and World War II began in 1939.
Before computers, numerical analysis consisted of stopgap measures for the physical
problems that could not be analytically reduced. The resulting hand computations
were increasingly aided by mechanical tools which are comparatively well documented,
but little was written about numerical algorithms because computing was not considered an archival contribution.2 “The state of numerical mathematics stayed pretty
much the same as Gauss left it until World War II” [115, p. 287] (Figure 1.1). “Some
astronomers and statisticians did computing as part of their research, but few other
scientists were numerically oriented.
Among mathematicians, numerical analysis had
a poor reputation and attracted few specialists” [10, pp. 49–50].
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by J Weng · 2020 · Cited by 6 — The universal Turing Machine (TM) is a model for Von Neumann computers — general-purpose computers. A human brain, linked with its biological body, ...
Jul 31, 2019 — Plunkett Lake Press ... John von Neumann was a Jewish refugee from Hungary — considered a “genius” like fellow Hungarians Leo Szilard, ...
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by M van Gerven · 2017 · Cited by 48 — A canonical example of an artificial life system is the cellular automaton, first introduced by von Neumann (1966) as an approach to understand ...
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by M van Gerven · 2017 · Cited by 48 — A canonical example of an artificial life system is the cellular automaton, first introduced by von Neumann (1966) as an approach to ...
by MSC Thomas · Cited by 142 — In the 1970s, serial processing and the Von Neumann computer metaphor ... McLeod, Plunkett, and Rolls (1998), and O'Reilly and Munakata (2000). Figure 1.
by A Danchin · 2009 · Cited by 147 — To make this bridge, von Neumann proposed the concept of what we now refer to as the operating system (OS), ... New York: Yale University Press; 1964.
Bodies, Computational Minds: Artificial Intelligence from Automata to Cyborgs. Edited ... Aiken, Howard, John von Neumann, and Norbert Wiener.
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by C Westbury · Cited by 2 — An American mathematician named John Von Neumann was closely following the ... are still widely used in artificial intelligence and cognitive science today.
by F Lieder · 2018 · Cited by 153 — ... act according to the maxims of expected utility theory (Von Neumann and ... In statistics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence ...
In the early days of artificial intelligence the focus was on abstract thinking and problem solving. These phenomena could be naturally mapped onto ...
The connectionist turn in artificial intelligence is particularly well ... That would leave neural nets and von Neumann machines more or less level pegging.
COM1070: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: week 9 ... still model logic gates as well and are not a different kind of non-von Neumann machine.
by AIJA Intelligence · 1985 — Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence ... A., Parisi, D., and Plunkett, K. (1997). Rethinking. Innateness. MIT Press.
This page lists the members of Stanford University, including students, alumni, faculty and ... Susan L. Graham (Ph.D. in CS), IEEE John Von Neumann prize winner ...
Jersey by John von Neumann, an extremely influential US computer pioneer. ... the criterion for true artificial intelligence.
Von Neumann Architecture Pros & Cons. Good for procedures ... 1: A multilayer perceptron network for mapping images to text (Plunkett et al, 1992).
In A.H. Taub, Ed., John von Neumann, Collected Works, Vol. 5. ... in Cognitive Science: A Perspective from Psychology and Artificial Intelligence, (1988).
et al., 1996; McLeod, Plunkett, and Rolls, 1998; O'Reilly and Munakata, 2000; ... Like von Neumann, he focused on statistical patterns over multiple units.
by W Bechtel · 1996 — ... such as Alan Turing and John von Neumann, saw these new devices not just as ... called computer science assumed the label artificial intelligence (AI).
The last part of the chapter is devoted to intelligence: starting with a critical evaluation of ... relevance to artificial intelligence, and ends the chapter with the Von Neumann computer architecture. ... McLeod,P., K. Plunkett and E. T. Rolls (1998).
J. von Neumann, The Computer and the Brain, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 1957. ... R. A. Welch, V. Burland, G. Plunkett, P. Redford, P. Roesch, ...
Dr. Kilian Von Neumann-Cosel. Head of Brose Silicon Valley ... Dean's Postdoctoral Fellow & Lecturer, Stanford University. PhD, Stanford University, 2019.
DKPlimpton, James 144 Plunkett, Roy 201 Polak, Julia 247 Pope Gregory ... Mikulicz-Radecki, Johannes 166 von Neumann, John 208 von Ohain, Hans 194 von Siegen, ...
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Ramanan Laxminarayan, Molly K. Macauley · 2012 · Business & EconomicsPlunkett, E. (Lord Dunsany). ... Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 27(1), 5–76. von Neumann, J., & Morgenstern, O. (1944). Theory of games and economic ...
John von Neumann and the Origins of Modern Computing ... Plunkett Lake Press · Norman Macrae. Year: 2016. Language: english. File: EPUB, 660 KB.
Sep 17, 2020 - To expand the shelf life of artificial intelligence ... has to find ways to avoid becoming a digital colony of either, writes Sandy Plunkett.
Von Neumann's work yielded what is now a nearly ubiquitous programmable computing ... logic and based on sentence and rule (see Artificial Intelligence).
biology, education, computer science, artificial intelligence, and ethology. Although we prefer to let the ... by JOHN VON NEUMANN in the United States.
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