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Female Instincts vs. Quantum Entanglement

The  pivot role of a wild savant woman in the midst of revolutions and enlightenment: Emilie du Châtelet from my summer book Passionate Minds of David Bodanis, Three Rivers Press N.Y, 2006. I am impressed by Emilie ‘ insights permeated into the scientific mainstream with her unconventional but logic thoughts, so original that her male scientists recycled her ideas even forgot who had originated them. Emilie du Châtelet contributed the square to Einstein concept of energy E=mc2, how she revealed to Newton the gravitation hidden truth; (check Wikipedia for the long list of her contribution to sciences) not to mention her audacious relations with Voltaire and their border escapes out of Versailles calumnies.

This is probably old story for you, still I think it fits with the current science transformation period we are in. 

Pondering her high horse spirit, I wonder how Emilie ought to think and react at the dawn of scientific transformation of the modern day? What else women avant garde nowadays did not do what Emilie did? One thing for sure, Emilie did not have to transgender to express herself. What else Emilie did not do as post-modern women did? Emilie was raised in a catholic noble French family. What would she do if she were born as sub-minority? how would she manage to express herself in a "predestined" social concept? what would Emilie do dealing with predictive programs? Centuries followed, countless of intelligent women continue to inspire the society in every aspects of life, to name some, Freud's Mistress Minna, the women in Red movies (1&2), and quote

The Speilrein hype is just hype. http://psychology.about.com/od/profilesmz/a/sabina-spielrein.htm This novel attempts to capture the psyche of the early 20th Century, the wishful thinking of modern Feminism, projecting current neuroses and "triumphs" onto unsuspecting protagonists that never in this world existed.

 Hilda Pierce female intuition balance between spirit of principle and the spirit of greater good . Hilda Pierce in Foyle’s War, projects female intuition balance between spirit of principle and the spirit of greater good. You can see the recurring character Hilda Pierce, played by Ellie Haddington (from the episodes "War Games" and "The French Drop").

In modern days, practical thinking wisdom is to keep the enemy closer...as a woman, I consider predictive machine and quantum leap as enemies to humanity, figurative speaking. Which explains my passion (love hate relationship) for big data. I invite you to do the same, feminist or not!

Currently there are a handful of people who know how to program a real quantum computer. By giving a free public access, the Bristol U. hope to generate more qubits codes! Quantum processor will be made accessible in this coming Sept 20. http://phys.org/news/2013-09-qcloud-online-users-quantum.html

The online Qcloud link means that this quantum processor can be remotely controlled by anyone anywhere in the world.  This will allow the next generation of engineers, mathematicians, scientists and entrepreneurs to run an experiment, and test real experimental data against their simulations, making the resources for quantum computing available for everybody...www.bristol.ac.uk/physics/research/quantum/qcloud/project/

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Comment by Chris on December 19, 2013 at 12:07pm

Merry Christmas 2013 and a Successful New Year New Data Scientists!

Comment by Chris on September 21, 2013 at 11:10am

Think more like your opposite you! . Statistical modeling revealed strong consensus that what people felt was “feminine” they also deemed essential to leading in an increasingly social, interdependent and transparent world. 

http://blogs.hbr.org/2013/08/research-male-leaders-should-think-mor...#!

Comment by Chris on September 21, 2013 at 9:30am

Chris Ngo acquired BA in International Affairs, ends up in the analytic field and broadcaster. Her passion for humanity and her expertise in computer usages coupled with her intellectual curiosity drive her to follow up big data evolution. You are welcome to visit her at Linkedin village.

Comment by Chris on September 14, 2013 at 10:36am

Ten Years From Now, Babies Are To Be Made From Cabbages!

Imagine a scenario: A post-modern young couple Gen Y, Adam and Eve, are ready to go to sleep: It is time. All the doors are automatically locked, alarm up, night lights up, kitchen machines, tivi, computers off… Suddenly, what ticks Eve who knows, she whispers with her cat purr soft voice, allure fine and flexible she approaches her husband: “Honey, let’s make a baby!”

Now, Adam has to attend an important meeting out of town in the next morning.  Yet, mesmerized by the moment with Eve in her night gown (or not!), Adam reluctantly replies : “ Sweetheart, I ‘ll have to go out of town tomorrow, can we postpone until scheduled?”. Eve silently caresses him, she knew he never able to say no at her touch, after all, he designed her as his perfect wife from out of his rib…(10 years from now, unwed women will keep their lamps full and up to look for their lost limb – predestined husband that is). Anywho…

Adam still resists:” Look, it is not about us, think of tomorrow you are scheduled to bring Bob (their oldest son) to the doctor. If we do this, we will foul up doctor’s schedule, my entire office schedule, airplane schedule, Bobby ‘schedule, on and on… And then, we will have to make up with every body, since our schedule is messed up to begin with, and we’ll have to hire a robomaid! http://singularityu.org/companies/fellow-robots/ ”  Adam pull out two cups from the drawer : “ Here, let’s fill up the cup and put them in the cabbage (incubator) and give to the doctor tomorrow morning and be done with making babies! http://singularityhub.com/2009/02/25/designer-babies-like-it-or-not... Check also “Avoiding Uninted Behaviors”  http://agi-conference.org/2012/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/paper_56.pdf

Guess what Eve does next? Two scenarios:

Before Adam’ synapse even finished the thought, Eve leaps toward her husband, sticks her tongue out like a frog on the move to catch a prey, and locks her husband’s lips. The light is off. A love child will have the chance to say hello to the world, but tomorrow, Kurzweil and IBM will have to schedule for an emergency reset for the whole city town where the couple resides. http://singularityu.org/companies/

Or IBM widen its Singularity Tolerance Singularity tolerance. (Singular (or non-invertible) matrices have linearly dependent columns, which can cause serious problems for the estimation algorithm. Even near-singular matrices can lead to poor results, so the procedure will treat a matrix whose determinant is less than the tolerance as singular. )http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/spssstat/v20r0m0/index.jsp?topic=...

Or, Adam and Eve lock their sperms and eggs, which the next morning the doctor will proceed putting the selected gene into a cabbage incubator, like any other millions of babies around the world! No love child, no joy, no creativity, but hey, no sadness, no fear, no God.  Light off! Where is God when we need Him! Exponential Thinking! Moore’s law extension! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_singularity

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