Next sci calculator (again)

06212015, 08:25 AM
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Next sci calculator (again)
Fancy telling your calculator to "create a matrix, no a bit bigger, now fill with random numbers, no smaller  from zero to one..." :)
Well.... the first step is that researchers have released an opensource version of Siri. It would be chaos in the classroom, but cool if you could talk to your calculator! Reseachers just built a free, opensource version of Siri 

06212015, 12:48 PM
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RE: Next sci calculator (again)
"Invert [[1, 1][0, 0]]."
"I'm sorry Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that." 

06212015, 04:11 PM
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RE: Next sci calculator (again)
Can we tell it this: https://youtu.be/Ab6ohaNKjbs?t=23
katie 

06212015, 05:33 PM
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RE: Next sci calculator (again)
(06212015 04:11 PM)Katie Wasserman Wrote: Can we tell it this: https://youtu.be/Ab6ohaNKjbs?t=23 It looks like primitive computers won't choke on that :) 

06212015, 06:10 PM
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[OT]: The Making of a Mile of Pi
(06212015 04:11 PM)Katie Wasserman Wrote: Can we tell it this: https://youtu.be/Ab6ohaNKjbs?t=23 This would lead me to: The Making of a Mile of Pi  Numberphile Guess which calculator Torben is using at 1:11. Cheers Thomas PS: Any idea how the number 1,692,957.7465 is related to the project? 

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