Pi Day: Google employee violates the world record for calculating pi
Emma Haruka Ivao spent four months in the project, calculating pi to 31.4 trillion digits.
Pi holds a special place in the field of mathematics. This is an irrational number that continues indefinitely without repetition. You calculate it by dividing the circumference of the circle by its diameter.
Ivao made his number, broken mainly by Google's office in Osaka, Japan where he worked as a Google Cloud developer and defender. Accordingly, it uses 25 virtual machines in Google Cloud to generate an extremely long number. This is the first pi, calculated on the cloud.
Her stage was endorsed by the Guinness World Records on Wednesday, making her the third woman to set a world record for counting. Ivao broke the Peter Troibb record track record in 201
6, which was 22.4 trillion digits. GOOG ) The message made on March 14 (3.14) is known as Pi Day. The semi-official celebration of the unique number is celebrated by eating real pies.
"It was my childhood dream, a long-standing dream to break the world record for pi," Ivao told CNN Business. She works at that point when she was 12 years old when she first downloaded the software to calculate the pi on her personal computer.