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|Blog posts include "Teaching your students not to need a teacher," "Ten Signs a Claimed Mathematical Breakthrough is Wrong," "Essentials of complexity-theoretic stand-up comedy," "My take on the Koblitz affair, "Logicians on safari," and "Unparadox Contest." This MIT professor of electrical engineering and computer science organizes his blog, which dates back to October, 2005, into categories such as "Nerd Self-Help," "CS/Physics Deathmatch," "Mistake of the Week," and "Great Ideas in Theoretical Computer Science (GITCS)." Aaronson, who researches the limitations of quantum computers and computational complexity theory more generally, works with the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL).|
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|Math Topics:||Dynamical Systems, Computer Science|
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