Rebooting Computing: Randomness and Approximation

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Classic computing focused on exact solutions and algorithms, but we need to create a computer culture that uses randomness and approximation more easily. Approximation can be used to reduce computing time in a variety of applications, and random sampling can be used to reduce data processing in large data sets.

Dick Lipton of Georgia Tech talks about Randomness and Approximation at the IEEE Rebooting Computing Summit. 

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