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What should you ask Michael Nielsen? – investxyon
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What should you ask Michael Nielsen?

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I’m going to have a conversation with him. Although none of the descriptions of Michael accurately describe him, This is Wikipedia:

michael aaron nielsen (born January 4, 1974) is quantum physicistscience writer and computer programming researcher. San Francisco.

In 1998, Nielsen PhD in physics University of New Mexico. In 2004 he was recognized as Australia’s ‘youngest academic’ and awarded a Federation Fellowship. University of Queensland.During this fellowship, he Los Alamos National Laboratory, California Institute of Technology,and, Perimeter Institute For theoretical physics.

together Isaac Chuanco-authored by Nielsen popular textbooks upon quantum computing, As of July 2023, it has been cited over 52,000 times.

In 2007, Nielsen shifted its focus from quantum information and computation to “developing new tools for scientific collaboration and publication.” contains polymath project and timothy gowerswhich aims to foster β€œlarge-scale collaborative mathematics.” In addition to writing books and essays, he also gives lectures. open science. He was a member of the Working Group on Open Data in Science. open knowledge foundation.

Nielsen is a strong advocate of open science and has written extensively on the subject, including his own book. reinventing discoveryIt was well received. Nature Selected as one of the Best Books of 2011 by the Financial Times.

In 2015 Nielsen published an online textbook Neural networks and deep learningI participated in. recurse center As a researcher. He is also the next researcher. Y Combinator research Since 2017.

In 2019, Nielsen Andy Matushak Develop Quantum Computing for the Very CuriousA series of interactive essays explaining. quantum computing and quantum mechanics. and Patrick CollisonHe studied whether scientific progress was slowing down.

here michael’s notebook, is worth a read and can be read in more depth.here michael’s twitter. So what should I ask him? (I’m going to ask him about Olaf Stapledon anyway, so there’s no need to mention it.)

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