List by Author: John Haigh
In the TV game show Two Tribes teams can have unequal sizes. Is that fair?
One thing that makes TV game shows fun to watch is that there's usually an element of luck involved. But how (un)lucky is (un)lucky? We look at the probabilities of two popular examples.
London 2012 vowed to be the cleanest Olympics ever, with more than 6,000 tests on athletes for performance enhancing drugs. But when an athlete does fail a drug test can we really conclude that they are cheating? John Haigh does the maths.
A new machine learning framework provides doctors with a reliable tool to help diagnose Alzheimer's disease early.
What do we know about monkeypox, what do we not know, and what efforts are going into modelling it?
The COVID-19 emergency resulted in some amazing mathematical collaborations.
Here's a simple game at which a human can out-fox even the cleverest algorithm.
The INI is celebrating its 30th birthday. What is it and what is it do for maths and mathematicians?