Computer Science

Data Structures and Algorithms

by Naowal Rahman | August 2021

In the world of computer science, there are data structures that can store data in special ways which go hand in hand with algorithms that traverse these data structures and perform operations on them.

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Dogecoin: The Rise of a Meme Currency

by Yuhao Pan | August 2021

Dogecoin has received endorsements from tycoons such as Elon Musk and Mark Cuban. How has a meme coin become one of the largest cryptocurrencies in the world?

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Is the Simulation Theory Feasible?

by Nakib Abedin | August 2021

The simulation theory has existed for centuries, with philosophers proposing the idea as one of various different explanations of the origin of the universe.

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Neural Networks

by Naowal Rahman | April 2021

Artificial neural networks are changing industry wide rules and mechanisms by which various tasks in various fields are handled.

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HTML

by Anna Shrestha | April 2021

Have you ever wondered how your computer became what you know of it today? Read this article on HTML to find out how websites have changed over the years.

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Quantum Computing

by Mark Zhu, Leon Ma | April 2021

If computers that you build are quantum, then spies everywhere will all want 'em. Our codes will all fail, and they'll read our email, till we get crypto that's quantum, and daunt 'em.

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Tetris

by Jeremy Ku-Benjet | March 2021

A short look at two Tetris puzzles and broad outlines of the ideas come up with to understand them.

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Turing Machines and the Halting Problem

by Alvin Li | March 2021

Turing Machines are the most basic logical representations of computers in theoretical computer science. It can be shown using this construct that the Halting Problem is undecidable, and this has many implications elsewhere in computability theory and other decision problems.

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Machine Learning

by Milind Lalwani | March 2021

Recently, with companies like Tesla introducing the concept of self driving cars and features like autopilot, there have been many questions about the scope of self driving cars and when they will become reality.

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Robot Dogs

by Fiona Chen | Feb 2021

A dog is a man's best friend; these furry creatures are loved by millions. Multiple companies are in the race to develop the next piece of breaking technology: a robot dog.

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The Stock Market

by Daniel Lyalin | Feb 2021

Ever wonder how big companies make money off stocks? Or how you can, using only math, game the stock market? Look no further: the Black-Scholes model is an effective, time-tested way to model stock futures and safely invest!

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