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From what I’ve read—for example, in Gessen’s biography of Perelman—Kolmogorov seems to have been generally a model of integrity and decency.
He established schools for mathematically gifted children, which became jewels of the Soviet Union; one still reads about them with awe.
However, in 2017 alone, we seem to have already spotted a few black …
Security has, is and will continue to be the cornerstone of advancement in the digital age.
Incredibly, going strong into his eighties, Kolmogorov then pioneered the study of “sophistication,” which amends Kolmogorov complexity to assign low values both to “simple” objects counter-counter-revolution.You may download and listen to selected episodes from this page (see below), or subscribe to the ongoing series as an RSS "podcast" to have them automatically downloaded to you as they are produced. ) So if you are looking for more informed technology talk, be sure to check out Leo's other podcasts and mp3 files.And a huge thanks to AOL Radio for hosting the high-quality MP3 files and providing the bandwidth to make this series possible.For the other resources you can either LEFT-CLICK to open in your browser or RIGHT-CLICK to save the resource to your computer.This week we discuss and look into Digi Cert's acquisition of Symantec's certificate authority business unit, Log Me In's Last Pass Premium price hike, the troubling case of Marcus Hutchins' post-Defcon arrest, another instance of Wanna Cry-style SMBv1 propagation, this week's horrific Io T example, some hopeful Io T legislation, the consequences of rooting early Amazon Echoes, the drip drip drip of Wikileaks Vault 7 drips again, Mozilla's VERY interesting easy-to-use secure large file encrypted store and forward service, the need to know what your VPN service is really up to, a bit of errata, miscellany, and some closing-the-loop feedback from our always-attentive terrific listeners.Safari and Google Chrome are installed as default web browsers on most mobile devices.