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I'm a scientist. I helped pioneer quantum computing and the modern open science movement. I also have a strong side interest in artificial intelligence. All are part of a broader interest in ideas and tools that help people think and create, both individually and collectively. [bio, cv]

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Many of my technical papers can be found here.

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  • Quantum Country: An introduction to quantum computing and quantum mechanics. Presented in a new mnemonic medium intended to make it almost effortless to remember what you read.
  • Neural Networks and Deep Learning: Introduction to the core principles.
  • Reinventing Discovery: The New Era of Networked Science: How collective intelligence and open science are transforming the way we do science.
  • Quantum Computation and Quantum Information
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  • Quantum Country
  • How can we develop transformative tools for thought?
  • On the nature of diminishing returns in scientific research
  • Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence
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  • Quantum Country
  • How can we develop transformative tools for thought?
  • Magic Paper
  • Thought as a Technology
  • Using spaced repetition systems to see through a piece of mathematics
  • Augmenting Long-term Memory
  • Toward an Exploratory Medium for Mathematics
  • Reinventing Explanation
  • The Artist and the Machine
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  • Simple Rules for a Complex Quantum World
  • The Physical Origin of Universal Computing
  • In what sense is quantum computing a science?
  • The varieties of material existence
  • Why the World Needs Quantum Mechanics
  • Quantum Computing for Everyone
  • What's Wrong with those Quantum Cryptosystems?
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    Nearly all my quantum papers can be found here. Here's a few that may be of (slightly!) broader interest:

  • When can one entangled state be transformed into another?
  • A review: majorization and quantum entanglement
  • How to understand quantum computing as free fall in a curved geometry. And some preliminary investigations into how that curved geometry works.
  • Quantum teleportation: teleporting a quantum state from one end of a molecule to the other
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  • Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Human Intelligence
  • Neural Networks and Deep Learning
  • Is AlphaGo Really Such a Big Deal? (spoiler: yes!)
  • The Rise of Computer-Aided Explanation
  • Distill: A machine learning journal aimed at clear exposition. I'm a founding member of the Steering Committee.
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  • Massively Collaborative Mathematics
  • Open science now! (short overview talk)
  • The Future of Science
  • The New Einsteins Will be Scientists Who Share (short op-ed)
  • Doing Science Online
  • Is Scientific Publishing About to Be Disrupted?
  • Open Access: a Short Summary
  • Science Beyond Individual Understanding
  • The Economics of Scientific Collaboration (about managing the scarcity of expert attention, not about money!)
  • The Mismeasurement of Science
  • Shirky's Law and why (most) social software fails
  • Kasparov Versus the World
  • Three Myths about Scientific Peer Review
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  • How the Bitcoin protocol actually works
  • How to crawl a quarter billion webpages in 40 hours (done for fun, later used by TinEye to crawl billions of images)
  • Lisp as the Maxwell's equations of software
  • If correlation doesn't imply causation, then what does?
  • The Physical Origin of Universal Computing
  • The Google Technology Stack
  • Non-technical and technical blogs
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