Tag: poverty alleviation

How algorithms can ‘shape’ our world – Kevin Slavin

In our first blog post of the year, we’d like to share a talk by Kevin Slavin.

It is about how math (especially algorithms) has ‘transitioned from being something that we extract and derive from the world to something that actually starts to shape it.’

One of the posts we most enjoyed writing last year was related to this:

It was about algorithms to combat poverty.

We also wrote about how math might someday shape our values.