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Tyler Johanson commented on Andrew Lundholm's blog post There’s a Chance you’ll find this interesting
"Wow that birthday paradox is really interesting this book sounds like it would make you wonder what kind of chances there are in the world."
May 21, 2014
Jesse Ott commented on Andrew Lundholm's blog post There’s a Chance you’ll find this interesting
"I will admit, that cover is pretty cool, but other than that, I feel like probability is just one of those things that is easy to understand, but hard to master. From an early age, we are not the most simplistic version of probability, but when it…"
May 20, 2014
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There’s a Chance you’ll find this interesting

I chose this book to read because it had a really nice cover.  What?  Did I just say that out loud?  Yes, I think you might agree as well, that this cover is especially fitting for a book about probability.  Chance by Amir D. Aczel is a short book that covers the basic ideas and phenomena of the math of…See More
May 20, 2014
Jacob Werling commented on Andrew Lundholm's blog post What does it take to make a Computer Clever?
"I'm really interested in technology and artificial intelligence is becoming an ever innovative subject in it. I'll definitely have to check this out!"
May 20, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Czarisse Maralit's blog post Books vs E-books: Literature in Modern Day Society
"Go digital.  And while your at it, get audiobooks!  Why carry a book around if it's going to inconvenience you?  I've even started a digital library on my phone.  I can carry around all my favorites and I never have to…"
May 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Brian Lin's blog post The Snowden Files
"Snowden  did break a few laws to expose what the government was doing.  The tough question is, is it better that he let us know of the surveillance of the NSA or to be better off with the NSA just secretly taking information?  People…"
May 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Veronica Jung's blog post Total Constant Order (OCD)
"I can't stand lined paper.  I feel like the lines are telling me how to think, that everything needs to be linear and left to right.  That's not much of an obsession, but I feel like there are more that I'm not thinking of.…"
May 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Nikki Menis's blog post Becoming a Worldwide Comedy Queen: A Mindy Kaling Memoir
"Mindy is so great.  I've watched The Office and The Mindy Project and really enjoy her writing as well as acting.  Twenty four years old is super impressive.  How did she even get that gig? Shoot, I guess I'll have to read…"
May 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Kevin Stevens's blog post Freakonomics: Little-known truths of today's society
"I liked that book when I read it too.  There are other Freakonomics books as well, and recently they came out with the book How to think like a Freak.  I enjoy listening to the weekly podcasts, and what I've learned from reading and…"
May 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm posted a blog post

What does it take to make a Computer Clever?

Artificial Intelligence is not science fiction.  It's already implemented in various discrete ways, such as spam filters, facial recognition, and chatbots.  One reason I went searching for a book about artificial intelligence is because I saw the movie, Her.  Within the movie, the main character falls in love with his OS.  Strange, yes, but very interesting in terms of the potential of artificial intelligence.…See More
Mar 21, 2014
Jacob Werling commented on Andrew Lundholm's blog post Deception is All Around Us
"I really want to read this now so I can tell who is honest with me and who is not. I feel like this would be a useful skill in life."
Mar 20, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Kevin Stevens's blog post Spirit Days – why don't more students participate?
"Hi Kevin.  I'm Andrew, one of the Student Council Executive board members who has been dealing with this issue for a while.  Spirit Week is organized weeks before the dances by Student Council and has been a longstanding tradition.…"
Mar 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Helen Ye's blog post One More Thing about One More Thing
"I do not harbor a hate for good books.  BJ Novak, aka Ryan, was a great actor in the Office.  It's been so long since I've watched or read anything by those actors.  For all the years of Office seasons, it'll be nice to…"
Mar 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Jackie Trujillo's blog post Expanding Your Horizons
"What prompted you to do this?  This sounds like good New Year's resolution ideas.  Everyone is so set in their ways these days.  Definitely living life to the fullest."
Mar 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Joshua Lee's blog post Second Chance, Send -
"I tried this book.  Seemed really cliche more than it was intense, which didn't interest me.  I feel like books dealing with bullying don't have a profound affect on me anymore.  Maybe it's just me, or maybe everyone…"
Mar 19, 2014
Andrew Lundholm commented on Ishan Bhatia's blog post How Music Affects Us
"This blog post took a completely different direction that it started with.  I think people listen to music to keep us from being bored.  It requires no effort, and our brains need stimulus to fight the craziness caused by dullness.…"
Mar 19, 2014

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There’s a Chance you’ll find this interesting

Posted on May 19, 2014 at 10:48pm 2 Comments

I chose this book to read because it had a really nice cover.  What?  Did I just say that out loud?  Yes, I think you might agree as well, that this cover is especially fitting for a book about probability.  Chance by Amir D. Aczel is a short book that covers the basic…

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What does it take to make a Computer Clever?

Posted on March 20, 2014 at 11:00pm 1 Comment

Artificial Intelligence is not science fiction.  It's already implemented in various discrete ways, such as spam filters, facial recognition, and chatbots.  One reason I went searching for a book about artificial intelligence is because I saw the movie, Her.  Within the movie, the main character falls in love with his OS.  Strange, yes, but very interesting in terms of the potential of artificial intelligence.…

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Deception is All Around Us

Posted on January 9, 2014 at 9:10pm 1 Comment

What first got me interested in lie detection was when I saw a YouTube clip in economics class of a game show, where two people have to convince the other person that they won’t steal in order to win.  The game’s called split or steal:

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What is the Definition of...?

Posted on October 24, 2013 at 6:30pm 1 Comment

What is the definition of the word googol?  No, I did not misspell it.  If you’re confused at the moment, just …

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