Authors: August Lau
Data is abundant but has few answers. Massive data challenges mathematics when no equation exists. Data processing has no universal operator but uses a combination of operators. Physical science has done well with formal rules and equations, typically low order equation and low dimensional space. Data science lives in high/infinite dimensional space where an object has many attributes. Finally, “point set topology” liberated us from the rigidity of differential calculus and extended our mind to perceive infinite/infinitesimal objects. Our response should be to embrace more data and more operators. We should be inventors of new mathematical tools to process and interpret data.
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