Kent Osband holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Berkeley, worked in international finance, and is the author of "Calculus for the Curious."
Artificial intelligence is becoming too important for people not to appreciate its core mathematical foundations in calculus, probability theory, and linear algebra. Most advanced countries are regearing their secondary schools to introduce these topics to teenagers. The US is not, largely because its educators are obsessed with remedial arithmetic. This needs to change. Calculus and […]Read More