I am pleased that London’s Cass Business School, through its connections with Sir John Cass, an 18th Bayesian trader, “Tangled up in the name change culture wars,” Opinion, Work & Careers, FT.com, October 14th ).

I look forward to all of his graduates understanding and applying Bayes’s small and powerful “Conditional Probability” theorem, which has so many uses, from submarine hunting to marketing, epidemiology to investing. With the appropriate training, your graduates will achieve great things.

I would also suggest removing the heraldic shield and replacing it with the set itself. The sentence is concise and if we saw more formulas in public life we ​​might understand all math better.

Michael Hobbs
What days tech
London N13, UK