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Artificial Intelligence Expert Critiques Sci Fi Movies
Legislative Update & Lawrence Krauss on Science

Legislative Update & Lawrence Krauss on Science

>>>Coming up next on “Arizona Horizon,” there could be a break through in the fight over Medicaid expansion. Find out more in our weekly legislative update with “The Arizona Capitol Times.”>>>And carbon dioxide levels have reached proportions never seen by Humane Society. What does it mean? We’ll have world renowned physicist Lawrence Krauss. Those stories […]

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Demonstrating the benefits of Artificial Intelligence in government with the Rubik’s Cube

Demonstrating the benefits of Artificial Intelligence in government with the Rubik’s Cube

This is a Lego Mindstorm robot. It’s just plain Lego, a Mindstorm kit, and some source software. And it is going to solve this Rubik’s Cube faster than else in this building… I hope! We want to demonstrate that, you know government needs aren’t particularly unique we can use off-the-shelf software, we can use open […]

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Question Your World – Can Robots Learn On Their Own?

Question Your World – Can Robots Learn On Their Own?

Question your world. Movies like 2001, The Terminator, Chappie and many others show robots with artificial intelligence or the ability to think and act on their own. So how’s that really working out? Well as technology increases will see things like Siri becoming incredibly more functional and intuitive, which will involve the process of learning. […]

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Priceless Science: 4th of July

Priceless Science: 4th of July

Miniature American flag, one dollar. Condiments for your party, 18 dollars. A new propane grill, 360 dollars. Sparklers for every person in the state of Virginia, 3.7 million dollars. Cost of putting on the Macy’s 4th of July fireworks show, seven million dollars. Knowing that over 19 million pounds of hot dogs will be consumed […]

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Ex Machina | Examining Our Fear of Artificial Intelligence
How Art meets Artificial Intelligence | YQP and Roman Lipski | TEDxMünster

How Art meets Artificial Intelligence | YQP and Roman Lipski | TEDxMünster

Translator: Johannes Duschner Reviewer: Denise RQ Maximilian Hoch: Hi, we introduce ourselves again, because that’s how we rehearsed it. We are YQP, an art collective, based in New York and Berlin. For this project, we collaborated with the artist Roman Lipski. We have all seen these movies 1,000 times; science fiction movies, where suddenly, machines […]

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Machines probably aren’t interested in global takeover. Here’s why. | Gary Marcus

Machines probably aren’t interested in global takeover. Here’s why. | Gary Marcus

A lot of people are really scared about AI. I think they’re scared about the wrong things. Most people who talk about AI risk are worried About AI taking over the universe. There’s an example from Nick Bostrom that sticks in a lot of people’s heads. This is an AI system that is supposed to […]

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Big Science Learnings since 1969 – Behind the News

Big Science Learnings since 1969 – Behind the News

Hello, I’m Zach Devans. And now it’s time for The Science Part. Have you ever looked up at the moon and thought, “Gee, I wouldn’t mind a slice of that on a cracker.” Well, the truth is we don’t know what the moon is made of, so it could be cheese. OK, so most serious […]

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Valentine’s Day Science

Valentine’s Day Science

Well it’s Valentine’s Day again a day to celebrate companionship, affection, romance and loyalty but did you know that these concepts extend beyond human beings. For example wolves are known to be among some of your most loyal animals. Wolves commonly are known to mate for life. A male and female who mate and raise […]

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