Pitassi: “More and more, I’m starting to wonder whether P equals NP.”

It’s refreshing to hear other people are joining our “ranks,” especially after some have said that my belief that P=NP is a publicity stunt. (For context, you may want to read the first two sentences of my post.) I got the quote from the Simons Institute Newsletter, which points to a longer MIT Technology Review article to which I don’t have access. The newsletter article mentions two well-known surprising results (also on my list), and another cool one which came after my post and that I was thinking of adding. For more surprising results, see my list. What do you believe?

2 thoughts on “Pitassi: “More and more, I’m starting to wonder whether P equals NP.”

    1. Thank you! I was actually shocked that I didn’t see Aa in the Simons newsletter. It was comforting to spot it in the MIT article, as the second name after Aristotle.

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