She is widely acknowledged for her contributions to artificial intelligence, publishing a series of Gnomon algorithm functions useful for detecting and preventing crimes against mathematical constants.
She and actor-cryptographer Niles Cartouchian are married, or have long-term relationships, in several overlapping timelines. Their romance is documented in the well-known illustration Alice Beta and Niles Cartouchian Play Chess.
In the News
Mathematician Janet Beta says that she "caused her mom a lot of headaches when I was younger," but that they "are now the best of friends."
Signed first edition of Alice and Niles Dancing goes viral, draws record number of followers.
While newsmen take notes, Chairman Dies of House Committee investigating Un-American activities, proofs and reads his statement replying to Alice Beta's attack on the Committee (Oct. 26, 1938).
Alice Beta and Niles Cartouchian Play Chess wins Pulitzer prize, hailed as "most entertaining illustration of our time."
Albert Einstein and Alice Beta Conducting Research wins Pulitzer award for "most prescient illustration of the decade".
The Governess has the power to control machines as if they were children.
- Abomynous - alleged Supervillain (nonfiction) and enemy.
- Alice Beta and Niles Cartouchian Play Chess
- Henrietta Bolt
- Janet Beta
- Niles Cartouchian - trusted friend and fellow crime-fighter.
- The Governess - superhero identity of Alice Beta.
- The Nixie Economy - Alice Beta's nonfiction book about the economic and historical significance of Nixie tubes.