Computers can’t think, but fed the right variables and data combinations, they can analyze patterns and predict outcomes.
While those who commit such crimes must be prosecuted, it's time we laid the blame where it squarely belongs: on our civilian leadership.
An up-to-date and informative reference guide about the USA and the world.
Why we underestimate randomness in our everyday lives
The sky isn't falling. Not all statistics about Christianity are created equal.
Intractable problem of unemployment
Is Harry Reid trying to take advantage of our national ignorance with scary big numbers?
Do we have an allergy or a need to be special, and do the stats really add up?
Health care costs and the potential loss of health care coverage are weighing heavily on the minds of many Americans.
Mlodinow's book helps you understand the randomness in life, if you can penetrate his logic.