• Question: What would you like your legacy to be in 20 to 30 years?

    Asked by Yaseen on 1 Jan 2020. This question was also asked by Lols.
    • Photo: Andrew Harrison

      Andrew Harrison answered on 1 Jan 2020:

      That I’ve inspired people to love maths and one person to be a mathematician that achieves something that makes our world a better place.

    • Photo: Gary Munnelly

      Gary Munnelly answered on 1 Jan 2020:

      That I have made the world a better place in some way shape or form. I’ll be happy if I can leave this world a slightly better place than it was when I entered it. Even if it’s only a very small change.

    • Photo: James Bentham

      James Bentham answered on 2 Jan 2020:

      I want to have helped to understand genetic data in particular. There is so much information in our data, but we really don’t know how to understand it effectively yet.

    • Photo: Giuseppe Cotugno

      Giuseppe Cotugno answered on 2 Jan 2020:

      If I would be given this freedom, I hope I will be known as one of the people which contributed making robotics engineering a well defined discipline, identified limitations and methodologies for developing robotic systems and, in general, helped transitioning robots from academic research lab to the complexity of the real world.

    • Photo: Maja Popovic

      Maja Popovic answered on 6 Jan 2020:

      That I’ve significantly helped to understand what all the mathematical models and neural networks are exactly doing with languages (what they’re doing good and what they’re failing at).

      That I’ve inspired people to love both maths and languages.

    • Photo: Katie Atkinson

      Katie Atkinson answered on 8 Jan 2020:

      That I have made a useful contribution to the development of AI theories for law and showed how to apply some of these in practice in the legal profession.