John Lewis von Neumann

John Lewis von Neumann

Image of a photograph depicting John Lewis von Neumann during the 1940s.

A genius who was at Princeton University while John Nash (and other highly respected individuals were also at that University), von Neumann later worked on the Manhattan Project.

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