I love math so much, I'd become a historian, so I can date theorems.

I wonder whether I can turn my US vaccine certificate into a FR vaccine pass.

@MartinShadok
Je crois pas. L'usage est probablement de définir une fonction qui fait un assert false.

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💻 C'est quoi un programme "prouvé" mathématiquement ?

Apprenez-en plus avec le nouvel article de Aabu :
Écrire des programmes prouvés corrects avec Coq (🐓)
zestedesavoir.com/articles/375

#ZesteDeSavoir #programmation #Coq

What if nothing is real and everything is an abstraction

Fun challenge by Talia Ringer on twitter:

How fast can you prove

N.succ (N.add x y) = N.add x (N.succ y)

without stdlib lemmas? As in, pretend you only just defined N and its operations.

NB: this is the binary N, not the unary nat, so it's a bit trickier than it looks.

(The starting import is "From Coq Require Import NArith.")

- I was born on a year of the Rooster
- I learned Coq on a year of the Rooster

🤔

@liaizon
This paper explains it in a very interesting way too! With plenty of data supporting the idea of neurons which respond to concepts however they appear.

lyxia boosted

"these models are vulnerable to a kind of “typographic attack” where adding adversarial text to images can cause them to be systematically misclassified."
📄 distill.pub/2021/multimodal-ne

lyxia boosted

When asked about fears of automation in 1969, Arthur C. Clarke famously said that we shouldn't worry about automation: "the goal of the future is full unemployment, so we can play." I have never seen his answer quoted in full.

Ancient egyptians worshipped cats, because cats inspire awwe.

Can we say that functions in cubical type theory are CuTT Pi's?

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