The Math That May Save Democracy
Statistics are at the center of a case that pits voters against unfairly gerrymandered districts in this episode of
Investigate different types of volcanic eruptions and linear equations to see if you, a car, Usain Bolt, or a tortoise could survive by simply running away.
How Secure Are The 2018 Midterm Elections?
A look at how the voting infrastructure can be secured against malicious hacks and technological errors.
The Logic Of Blame
When it comes to blame and logic, it may be more useful to understand the system rather than the individual.
Using Logic In A Maddening World
We all think we’re logical. So why do we have so many disagreements?
The Algorithms Around Us
They can influence so much more than what’s on your social media feed.
How Did A Computer Beat A Chess Grandmaster?
Some say Garry Kasparov was more than capable of defeating Deep Blue—but he underestimated the ability of the algorithm.
Fibonacci Sequence—A Handy Mathematical Approach For Looking At Evolution!
Get a grip on this great way of exploring the Fibonacci sequence using X-rays from organizations across the country!
Presenting The ‘Brief History Of Time’ Artist Challenge Winners
We challenged artists to interpret Hawking’s classic book. They did not disappoint.
Who Wrote That Beatles Song? This Algorithm Will Tell You
A statistician developed an algorithm to figure out who wrote disputed Beatles songs.