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The Axiom of Determinacy: Game Theory in Axiomatic Set Theory

In the early 20th century, several mathematical results were published that were considered so counterintuitive that some mathematicians rejected the possibility for these results to be accurate, including the ability to divide a sphere into 5 pieces and then, through translations and rotations of those pieces, create 2 spheres identical to the original (this is […]

Article: Harnessing the power of data network effects

Title: Harnessing the power of data network effects This article is different than any other I have ever read. It is easy to be mystified by the power of tech giants and magic of tech start ups, forgetting to deconstruct their models to better understand their methods of success: “from fledgling tech startups pioneering new […]

The Hidden Psychology of Voting

“What candidates actually say has little impact on voters’ decisions” This article talks about how there are several hidden biases that affect how we vote and whether we vote or not as well. Many politicians turn their debates into an argument so their supporters dislike the other candidate, more than like them less. The article […]

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