TechPosts filtered by tags: Emma Haruka Iwao[x]Whoa. Pi has been calculated out to 31.4 trillion decimals, Google announces on Pi DayMarch 17, 2019 at 1:36 PM Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao, with the help of the company's cloud computing platform, set a world record calculating Pi to 31.4 trillion digits.Tags: Google, News, Emma Haruka Iwao 35 people like this. Like Google’s Emma Haruka Iwao breaks Pi world recordMarch 15, 2019 at 11:30 AM The world record for most accurate value of pi has been broken. Emma Haruka Iwao, who has worked at Google for nearly four years, found the new digits of pi by using the company’s cloud computing service. She managed to calculate pi to 31 trillion digits.Tags: Google, Science, Emma Haruka Iwao 101 people like this. Like Google Employee Is Credited With Calculating Most Accurate Value Of PiMarch 15, 2019 at 6:40 AM Emma Haruka Iwao has computed over 31 trillion of its digits. She and her team calculated 31,415,926,535,897 digits of pi — crushing a 2016 record by trillions of digits.Tags: Google, News, Emma Haruka Iwao 106 people like this. Like 10 things in tech you need to know todayMarch 15, 2019 at 4:06 AM Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday.
Chris Cox, a key Facebook executive and lieutenant of Mark Zuckerberg, is leaving the company amid a reorganization. Zuckerberg announced the news in a memo to employees that he also shared publicly on Thursday.
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Tesla unveiled its new Model Y on Thursday night. CEO Elon Musk presented the new ...Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Elon Musk, China, US, Trends, Silicon Valley, Wall Street Journal, Alexa, Zuckerberg, Reuters, El Chapo, Chris Cox 119 people like this. Like Google employee sets world record by calculating pi to 31 trillion digitsMarch 14, 2019 at 12:05 PM Google Cloud developer Emma Haruka Iwao has broken the world record for calculating pi to 31.4 trillion digits. What better way could there be to celebrate today's geeky holiday, Pi Day?
The post Google employee sets world record by calculating pi to 31 trillion digits appeared first on Digital Trends.Tags: Google, News, Trends, Computing, Pi, Emerging Tech, Google Cloud, Pi Day, Emma Haruka Iwao 34 people like this. Like Whoa. Pi has been calculated out to 31.4 trillion decimals, Google announces on Pi DayMarch 14, 2019 at 12:51 PM Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao, with the help of the company's cloud computing platform, set a world record calculating Pi to 31.4 trillion digits.
[Author: USA TODAY]Tags: Google, Usa, News, Usa Today, Emma Haruka Iwao 115 people like this. Like Google Smashes the World Record For Calculating Digits of PiMarch 14, 2019 at 10:07 AM Pi just got bigger. Google's Compute Engine has calculated the most digits of pi ever, setting a new world record. From a report: Emma Haruka Iwao, who works in high performance computing and programming language communities at Google, used infrastructure powered by Google Cloud to calculate 31.4 trillion digits of pi. The previous world record was set by Peter Trueb in 2016, who calculated the digits of pi to 22.4 trillion digits. This is the first time that a publicly available cloud software ...Tags: Google, Tech, Emma Haruka Iwao, Iwao, Daisuke Takahashi, Peter Trueb 108 people like this. Like Google Celebrates Pi Day As Employee Calculates New World RecordMarch 14, 2019 at 10:36 AM Emma Haruka Iwao, a Google employee from Japan, calculated pi to new world record. Google announced the milestone on Thursday March 14, also known as Pi Day (3.14). Iwao calculated pi to 31 trillion digits (31,415,926,535,897), far outpacing the previous record of 24.6 trillion, set in 2016 by Peter Trueb. A Google employee broke the…Tags: Google, Space, Japan, News, Uncategorized, Pi, Emma Haruka Iwao, Iwao, Peter Trueb 37 people like this. Like Happy Pi Day! Google's Emma Haruka Iwao breaks pi computation world recordMarch 14, 2019 at 11:11 AM In honor of Pi Day on Thursday, March 14, Google announced that the company's own Emma Haruka Iwao has surpassed the world record pi computation by nearly nine trillion digits. In 2016, Peter Trueb set the world record for the greatest number of digits of pi ever calculated by generating 22.4 trillion digits. This year, however, after 121 days starting in September and ending in January, according to Alexander J. Yee, Google's Emma Haruka Iwao successfully passed the previous record by calcula...Tags: Google, News, Emma Haruka Iwao, Peter Trueb, Alexander J Yee Google 137 people like this. Like A Google employee broke the world record for calculating piMarch 14, 2019 at 7:35 AM Google engineer Emma Haruka Iwao has calculated pi to 31 trillion digits, breaking the world record.
Pi is an infinite number essential to engineering.
She ran her calculations over Google's cloud service, marking another worldfirst.
The calculation took around four months, or 121 days.
Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao used Google's cloud computing service to break the world record for calculating pi, an infinite number vital to engineering.
Most people will be familiar with the first few di...Tags: Google, Amazon, Yahoo, New York City, Trends, Bbc, Oracle, Google Compute Engine, Google Cloud, Emma Haruka Iwao, Iwao 81 people like this. Like Emma Haruka Iwao smashes pi world record with Google helpMarch 14, 2019 at 4:37 AM Emma Haruka Iwao calculates the value of pi to 31 trillion digits, after a lifelong fascination.Tags: Google, News, Emma Haruka Iwao 10 people like this. Like A recipe for beating the record of mostcalculated digits of piMarch 14, 2019 at 3:00 AM Editor’s note: Today, March 14, is Pi Day (3.14). Here at Google, we’re celebrating the day with a new milestone: A team at Google has broken the Guinness World RecordsTMtitle for most accurate value of pi.Whether or not you realize it, pi is everywhere you look. It’s the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, so the next time you check your watch or see the turning wheels of a vehicle go by, you’re looking at pi. And since pi is an irrational number, there’s no end to how many ...Tags: Google, Japan, Congress, Googlers, Emma, Google Cloud, Emma Haruka Iwao, Yasumasa Kanada, Daisuke Takahashi, Google Emma 103 people like this. Like 
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