Unexpected Value

The expected value is not necessarily the value you should expect, Simon has proven to me today. It started from a morbid story about a dangerous attraction in Kyoto. We … Continue reading Unexpected Value

On Machine Learning and Self-Directed Learning

In mid-September, Simon spent a couple days learning how to build a Feed Forward Neural Network, together with a friend. It all started after the friend shared a cool business … Continue reading On Machine Learning and Self-Directed Learning

How much information = How many yes/no questions

Simon and dad were having a discussion about how difficult it is to solve a 3×3 blindfolded and whether that requires a different set of skills than simply solving a … Continue reading How much information = How many yes/no questions

Impressions of Our Last Month in Europe

During our last month in Europe, Simon has been flirting with pure math again, trying to find possible answers to complex questions. Doodling during our bedtime reading, he drew a … Continue reading Impressions of Our Last Month in Europe

The Game

I’m too excited to sleep. I’m excited about the game. I’m excited about our future games. I’m excited about the games we will play. And I’m excited about the milkshake … Continue reading The Game

Latest Projects: Digital Art, Game Clones, Eucledea Clone, learning the new discord.js

Latest Collab: Circle Soup 2 Simon and Abhay created this “Circle Soup 2” yesterday, an interactive digital painting where you can control the number and type of circles and even … Continue reading Latest Projects: Digital Art, Game Clones, Eucledea Clone, learning the new discord.js

MathVizz, an equation visualization tool

In the short video below, Simon explains MathVizz, an equation visualization tool he has just made together with his friends Abhay and Sarvagya. Simon was responsible for the functionality and … Continue reading MathVizz, an equation visualization tool

Neva has started creating her own puzzles on CodinGame

CodinGame is a fun and social way to learn to code. Neva has been practicing in both speed solving other people’s coding challenges and authoring her own math-based puzzles for … Continue reading Neva has started creating her own puzzles on CodinGame

Simon Shares his Derivatives Tricks: Visualizing Calculus

It never seizes to mesmerize me how Simon sees math. So many times has he solved math problems or proved theorems relying on visual, geometric illustrations instead of bluntly applying … Continue reading Simon Shares his Derivatives Tricks: Visualizing Calculus