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Mathematicians getting ripped off by computer scientists working in ML/DL

These people just use the work of mathematicians and code it up. It's a joke. Most of the people in CS/Stats are like third rate mathematicians who know how to code.
what does ripped off even mean?
Mathematicians prefer logical proved rather than actually work.
ML/DL opposites. 
These people just use the work of mathematicians and code it up. It's a joke. Most of the people in CS/Stats are like third rate mathematicians who know how to code.
what does ripped off even mean?
Mathematicians prefer logical proved rather than actually work.
ML/DL opposites.
Honest question: how does someone bad at math learn how to code? Memorization?

Honest question: how does someone bad at math learn how to code? Memorization?
For real? The answer is the same as for everyone: practice. Realworld programming requires very little BigOh analysis and a lot of knowing about frameworks and following sound principles. No one actually codes up sort functions, outside of job interviews.

They're basically like numerical analysts. You know those people who's entire job is to devise algorithms to compute things. Now add stuff like computer architecture and you have yourself a machine learning CS guy. It's a total jo.k.e. You can see all these ML running around teaching courses like "numerical methods in optimization" that have been around for decades and taught in math departments. Then they get massive research grants for doing nothing new. All this ML stuff is basically stats and probability theory with an emphasis on numerical computation. I am totally floored.
Honestly, 2/3 of computer science was ripped off from other academic fields. Its success has been due to the business model that allows nearzero marginal costs.

They're basically like numerical analysts. You know those people who's entire job is to devise algorithms to compute things. Now add stuff like computer architecture and you have yourself a machine learning CS guy. It's a total jo.k.e. You can see all these ML running around teaching courses like "numerical methods in optimization" that have been around for decades and taught in math departments. Then they get massive research grants for doing nothing new. All this ML stuff is basically stats and probability theory with an emphasis on numerical computation. I am totally floored.
Honestly, 2/3 of computer science was ripped off from other academic fields. Its success has been due to the business model that allows nearzero marginal costs.
lol, what are you doing that's useful? in the lab researching cancer therapeutics?

They're basically like numerical analysts. You know those people who's entire job is to devise algorithms to compute things. Now add stuff like computer architecture and you have yourself a machine learning CS guy. It's a total jo.k.e. You can see all these ML running around teaching courses like "numerical methods in optimization" that have been around for decades and taught in math departments. Then they get massive research grants for doing nothing new. All this ML stuff is basically stats and probability theory with an emphasis on numerical computation. I am totally floored.
Honestly, 2/3 of computer science was ripped off from other academic fields. Its success has been due to the business model that allows nearzero marginal costs.
lol, what are you doing that's useful? in the lab researching cancer therapeutics?
Don't feed the undereducated troll

lol please, keep dreaming. these CS people are subhuman.
They're basically like numerical analysts. You know those people who's entire job is to devise algorithms to compute things. Now add stuff like computer architecture and you have yourself a machine learning CS guy. It's a total jo.k.e. You can see all these ML running around teaching courses like "numerical methods in optimization" that have been around for decades and taught in math departments. Then they get massive research grants for doing nothing new. All this ML stuff is basically stats and probability theory with an emphasis on numerical computation. I am totally floored.
Honestly, 2/3 of computer science was ripped off from other academic fields. Its success has been due to the business model that allows nearzero marginal costs.
lol, what are you doing that's useful? in the lab researching cancer therapeutics?
Don't feed the undereducated troll