Nice to see Game of Life get some coverage in the NY Times … takes me back to my time at Michigan Complex Systems and teaching the ICPSR Summer School Class in Complex Systems … I was sad to see that we lost John Conway to COVID earlier this year.
Link to report here
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Yesterday – Pat Daugherty @daughertylawyer from Foley and Lardner gave a guest lecture in our Blockchain, Cryptocurrency & Law at Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent Law. The lecture was entitled “When Howey Met Satoshi: Securities Law and Digital Assets.” Lots of key ideas and a very good capstone for us this semester.