In 1900, David Hilbert published a list of 23 problems that he proposed would be the important ones for mathematicians to solve in the upcoming century. That list led to a focused effort that lasted a century, and the vast majority of the problems have been fully or partially solved. Ignoramus et ignorabimus is a foolish statement. We can know, and one day, we will.
— Read on seths.blog/2018/12/hilberts-list/
Fun take on the old New Years resolutions that we never do well with. What are your 23 problems that humans should solve in the next 100 years?