Google's Emma Haruka Iwao breaks the world record for calculating pi  Engadget

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Google's Emma Haruka Iwao breaks the world record for calculating pi

Google has something big to celebrate for Pi Day this year: one of its teams has broken the Guinness World Record for the most accurate value of pi. Emma Haruka...Google has something big to celebrate for Pi Day this year: one of its teams has broken the Guinness World Record for the most accurate value of pi. Emma Haruka...

Google's Emma Haruka Iwao breaks the world record for calculating pi

Joe DeVito on Twitter: "Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao set a record by calculating pi to 31.4 trillion digits. FYI: once you get past 31.2 trillion, no one really checks your math #PiDay"

“Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao set a record by calculating pi to 31.4 trillion digits. FYI: once you get past 31.2 trillion, no one really checks your math #PiDay”

Joe DeVito on Twitter: "Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao set a record by calculating pi to 31.4 trillion digits. FYI: once you get past 31.2 trillion, no one really checks your math #PiDay"

Pi Day: Emma Haruka Iwao Breaks Pi World Record With Google | Time

Emma Haruka Iwao calculated pi to 31 trillion digits, breaking the last world record of 24.6 trillion with Google's help.Emma Haruka Iwao broke the pi world record, discovering 31 trillion digits with Google's help, outpacing the last record of 4.6 trillion.

Pi Day: Emma Haruka Iwao Breaks Pi World Record With Google | Time

Google sets new Guinness World Record on Pi Day - TechSpot

Google is celebrating Pi Day, the annual observation of the mathematical constant π, in a big way. The search giant, using the power of its cloud infrastructure, has set a new record for the most accurate value of pi.Google is celebrating Pi Day, the annual observation of the mathematical constant π, in a big way. The search giant, using the power of its cloud infrastructure, has set a new record for the most accurate value of pi.

Google sets new Guinness World Record on Pi Day - TechSpot

Google employee calculates pi to record 31 trillion digits - The Verge

A Google employee from Japan has set a new world record for the number of digits of pi calculated. Emma Haruka Iwao, who works as a cloud developer advocate at Google, calculated pi to 31 trillion digits.But remember, only 40 or so of them are actually useful.

Google employee calculates pi to record 31 trillion digits - The Verge

Google employee calculates value of Pi to 31 trillion digits - 9to5Google

March 14th has arrived, aka Pi Day. To celebrate, Google is showcasing an impressive feat by one of its employees. Emma Haruka Iwao, a cloud developer advocate at Google, recently calculated the value of Pi accurate to over 31 trillion digits in length. Google explains in a post on The Keyword that Iwao was able […]

Google employee calculates value of Pi to 31 trillion digits - 9to5Google

Pi Day: Google calculates pi to 31 trillion digits, breaks world record | Daily Mail Online

Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao has broken the Guinness World Record for the calculating pi to 31 trillion digits beating the last record set in 2016, which was 22.4 trillion digits long.Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao has broken the Guinness World Record for the calculating pi to 31 trillion digits beating the last record set in 2016, which was 22.4 trillion digits long.

Pi Day: Google calculates pi to 31 trillion digits, breaks world record | Daily Mail Online

Google employee breaks world record for calculating Pi to 3.14 trillion digits | The Independent

A Google employee has broken the Guinness World Record for calculating pi to the most number of digits, just in time for Pi Day on 14 March – or 3.14. Emma Haruka Iwao computed the famous number to 31.4 trillion decimal places using the tech giant's could computing infrastructure, breaking the previous record by almost 9 trillion digits.A Google employee has broken the Guinness World Record for calculating pi to the most number of digits, just in time for Pi Day on 14 March – or 3.14. Emma Haruka Iwao computed the famous number to

Google employee breaks world record for calculating Pi to 3.14 trillion digits | The Independent

Pi Day 2019: Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao breaks Pi world record | London Evening Standard

A Google employee has calculated the value of the number pi to a new world record of 31.4 trillion digits. Emma Haruka Iwao, from Japan, used Google's Compute engine to help smash the previous record of around 22 trillion. It was the first time the company's cloud service had been used for a calculation of this scale - 31,415,926,535,897 digits.A Google employee has calculated the value of the number pi to a new world record of 31.4 trillion digits. Emma Haruka Iwao, from Japan, used Google's Compute engine to help smash the previous record

Pi Day 2019: Google employee Emma Haruka Iwao breaks Pi world record | London Evening Standard