The Scientist Who Developed a New Way to Understand Communication
"By the time he was 17, Mark Braverman had lived in three countries and spoke as many languages. But though he doesn’t have a hometown, he’s quick to call theoretical computer science his home. 'Theoretical computer science is whatever you want it to be,' he said in his airy office at Princeton University, sitting between a whiteboard bursting with mathematical equations and a wall decorated with family photos."
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