When Is A Binary To Be A Binary? A Conversation With Mathias Vabab
Mathias is a mathematician, computer scientist, and a passionate advocate of the power of binary.
He is also an experienced mathematician, having built a career in the field and has been involved in research projects in computer science, artificial intelligence, and artificial intelligence research.
He recently published a paper titled “Theoretical and Computational Evidence on the Use of Binary Binary Symbols in Computer-Aided Design (CAD)” on his website.
He also wrote a short article for IEEE Spectrum entitled “A Brief History of Binary Symbolic Representations.”
Mathias shares his thoughts on the evolution of binary in computing, why binary can be useful for AI, and how binary can become a viable and useful representation for the human brain.
In this conversation, he also shares his experience using Binary to teach a class of computer scientists about computer vision.