1... 2... 3... 6?!??: Matthew Szudzik at TEDxEducationCity (2012)





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Published on Jun 14, 2012

A mathematician's ideas in the 1920s helped in the development of Wolfram| Alpha, the computational knowledge engine that helps power Microsoft's Bing and Apple's Siri.

Matthew Szudzik | Asst. Teaching Prof. of Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar | Focuses on the mathematical foundations of computer science. Formerly a Wolfram Research employee during the initial research and development phase of Wolfram|Alpha.

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