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Gregory Chaitin works at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Westchester County, New York, and is a visiting professor in the Computer Science Department of the University of Auckland, New Zealand. The author of eight previous books on mathematics, he lives in New York.
"A startling vision of the future of mathematics. . . . The Chaitinesque intellectual future will be eternally youthful and anarchic."-American Scientist "Math's dark secret is out. . . . Chaitin explains why omega, a number he discovered thirty years ago, has him convinced that math is based on randomness." -Time Magazine "Captivating. . . . With extraordinary skill and a gentle humor, Chaitin shares his profound insights." -Paul Davies, author of How to Build a Time Machine "A clearly written and witty look at a difficult subject. . . . Chaitin explains with infectious enthusiasm how mathematics doesn't equal certainty." -Science News