This is an interesting read:
In a meeting last week, a friend of mine said he recently read that “this is the best time in the world to be a mathematician.” Couldn’t agree more. For the next 5 to 10 years, anyone who said in school, that “I’ll never use statistics, algebra or calculus again” knows where they can stick it (if they’d paid attention in school)…right in the bank.
However, as we approach the finite bounds of Moore’s law and the atomic realities of processor fab, I believe that a new spotlight will shine in technology. This will evolve into the Web3.0. A Web that isn’t going to be as much about math as it will be about quantum physics. Where’s Feynman???
“Anything is peaceful from one thousand, three hundred and fifty-three feet.”
“I think I see my dad.”