# How Google Wants to Solve Robotic Grasping by Letting Robots Learn for Themselves – IEEE Spectrum

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# How Google Wants to Solve Robotic Grasping by Letting Robots Learn for Themselves – IEEE Spectrum

# How a Kalman filter works

# Peculiar pattern found in ‘random’ prime numbers

# Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski: an outstanding young physicist

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Rudolf E. Kalman left us yesterday. There are no words to explain how much this scientist contributed to the cybernetics field and what is the impact of his famous filter on our life. Consciously or not we use KF in thousand of different applications. Yesterday a Big one left us and today many people who […]

Prime numbers near to each other tend to avoid repeating their last digits, the mathematicians say: that is, a prime that ends in 1 is less likely to be followed by another ending in 1 than one might expect from a random sequence. “As soon as I saw the numbers, I could see it was […]

After graduating from the prestigious MIT, Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski, 22, is pursuing a Ph.D. at Harvard and has uncountable job offers, including one from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and NASA, and when attending a school where a large number of students are considered brilliant, she stands out as “the next Einstein.” Pasterski studies black-holes, the nature […]