Below you can see a list of past talks at the Logic Seminar. For forthcoming talks, see the main page.
Thursday, September 28, 2023 (joint with the Monthly FMI Conference)
Cristian Calude (University of Auckland)
Random digits are used hundreds of billions of times a day to encrypt data in electronic networks. From where do they come? Die rolls? Computer programs? The digits of pi? Beam splitters? Are these numbers equally random? Are quantum random bits truly/perfect random? How can we know whether a string of digits is random? How good are quantum random number generators? Have these questions been selected at random?