Ritholtz's Reads: Mathematical Teenagers
It's a three-day weekend! Settle into your favorite easy chair, pour yourself a hot mug of coffee, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads:
- The Surgeon Will Skype You Now: The tech for surgeons to operate on patients from hundreds or even thousands of miles away has been possible for over a decade. But will it ever become commonplace? (Popular Mechanics)
- A Hierarchy of Advisor Value (Above the Market)
- Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Know Diddly-Squat About Wall Street (Vanity Fair)
- The chips are down for Moore’s law: The semiconductor industry will soon abandon its pursuit of Moore’s law. Now things could get a lot more interesting. (Nature)
- The Plot to Steal the Color White From DuPont (Bloomberg)
- The Collision Sport on Trial (New York Review of Books), see also Could You Stomach the Horrors of ‘Halftime’ in Ancient Rome? (Live Science)
- Awakenings: How Oliver Sacks put a human face on the science of the mind (Globe and Mail)
- New Hampshire is a fraud (Washington Post)
- The Math Revolution: The number of American teens who excel at advanced math has surged. Why? (Atlantic)
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