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AI is helping tackle one of the biggest unsolved problems in maths

By Donna Lu AI can search through numbers and equations to find patternsPablo Lagarto/Alamy Stock PhotoArtificial intelligence’s ability to sift through large amounts of data is helping us tackle one of the most difficult unsolved problems in mathematics. Yang-Hui He at City, University of London, and his colleagues are using the help of machine learning…

AI is helping tackle one of the biggest unsolved problems in maths

By Donna Lu

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AI can search through numbers and equations to find patterns

Pablo Lagarto/Alamy Stock Photo

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 …

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