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Sigma and Pi Bonds: Hybridization Explained!

Sigma and Pi Bonds: Hybridization Explained!

Hey guys had a little request for a discussion of sigma and pi bonds almost certainly as they are with respect to carbon So here’s what I need you to know sigma bonds Between a carbon and anything else is the first bond the carbon makes with any other atom First one is always sigma […]

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Nuclear Chemistry: Crash Course Chemistry #38

Apparently, it can turn you into a superhero or into a mutant zombie. It’s the plot device for probably half of the sci-fi movies made in the last 60 years and it’s even the name of the song that welcomes you to the new age, to the new age, welcome to the new age. Presumably […]

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Joshua Tenenbaum, Cognitive Scientist | 2019 MacArthur Fellow

Joshua Tenenbaum, Cognitive Scientist | 2019 MacArthur Fellow

Human minds are incredible complex and we try to capture that in engineering terms. Then we use those insights to engineer more human-like forms of intelligence and machines. I’m Josh Tenenbaum, and I’m a cognitive scientist. I got into this field motivated by the question of how do our minds get so much from so […]

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Why Scientists are Giving Robots Human Muscles

Why Scientists are Giving Robots Human Muscles

[♪ INTRO] As robotics has become more advanced, we’re starting to see more robots that look and move just like humans. But there’s still some room for improvement, like to robotic faces. It’s a complicated thing, the face. We’re still working on getting out of that Uncanny Valley, there. And one way we might close […]

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(New Version Available) Conditional Probability

(New Version Available) Conditional Probability

– WELCOME TO A LESSON ON CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY. AGAIN BEFORE WE START REMEMBER THE PROBABILITY OF AN EVENT IS EQUAL TO THE FAVORABLE NUMBER OF OUTCOMES COMPARED TO THE TOTAL NUMBER OF OUTCOMES WHICH CAN BE EXPRESSED AS A FRACTION, DECIMAL OR PERCENTAGE. CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY IS THE PROBABILITY OF AN EVENT E2, OCCURRING GIVEN THAT […]

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M4ML – Linear Algebra – 1.2 Motivations for linear algebra

M4ML – Linear Algebra – 1.2 Motivations for linear algebra

In this video, we’re going to look a bit more at the types of problems we might want to solve, and expose what Linear Algebra is and how it might help us to solve them. The first problem I might think of is one of price discovery. Say I go shopping on two occasions, and […]

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Quantum Physics in a Mirror Universe

Quantum Physics in a Mirror Universe

thanks to brilliant org for supporting PBS Digital Studios when you look in a mirror you might think you see a perfect reflection but you’re actually looking at a universe whose laws are fundamentally different when we think about symmetry the first thing that comes to mind is mirror symmetry butterflies Rorschach tests and classically […]

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Max Tegmark: “Our Mathematical Universe” | Talks at Google

Max Tegmark: “Our Mathematical Universe” | Talks at Google

MALE SPEAKER: Good afternoon. Welcome to talks at Google in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Today, it’s my great pleasure to introduce Max Tegmark. Dr. Tegmark is an MIT physics professor who loves thinking about life’s big questions. He is author or co-author of more than 200 technical papers, and has worked with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey […]

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Lec 18 | MIT 6.042J Mathematics for Computer Science, Fall 2010
Institute for Advanced Computational Science Accelerates Research

Institute for Advanced Computational Science Accelerates Research

IACS is Institute for Advanced Computational Science here at Stony Brook University. We’re looking to mine the rich fields that exist between disciplines, going from hardcore engineering all the way off into the arts and humanities, and IACS creates that nexus. The root of my research is really to map out the wildlife of Antarctica. […]

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