By Donna Lu
Artificial intelligence’s ability to sift through large amounts of data is helping us tackle one of the most difficult unsolved problems in mathematics.
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Yang-Hui He at City, University of London, and his colleagues are using the help of machine learning to better understand the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture. This is one of the seven fiendishly difficult Millennium Prize Problems, each of which has a $1 million reward on offer for the first correct solution.
The conjecture describes solutions to equations known as elliptic curves, equations …