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Symphony of Science – 10th Anniversary Tribute

Symphony of Science – 10th Anniversary Tribute

For thousands of years, people have wondered about the Universe. Where did it all come from? The sky… Here we are together on this fragile little world, in orbit around the Sun. Spaceship Earth. The sky… The sky calls to us… 10 years ago, I began an experimental creative journey. A still more glorious dawn […]

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Le Lab presents The Mechanical Side of Artificial Intelligence with Robert Wood

Le Lab presents The Mechanical Side of Artificial Intelligence with Robert Wood

I’m here to talk to you about a topic that sort of summarizes what we do in my lab. That’s sort of lumped together under this title of The Mechanical Side of Artificial Intelligence. So I’m going to start off with a few definitions first to get us on the same page. And then I’m […]

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China Museum: Exploring ¥500 Million Wuhan Museum of Science and Technology [Small Girl Big World]

China Museum: Exploring ¥500 Million Wuhan Museum of Science and Technology [Small Girl Big World]

Hello everybody, long time no see recently i stayed in China and today i am in my hometown city, Wuhan City I gotta show you the Wuhan Museum science and technology and I go inside our show the video to all of your wish you enjoy it this China museum is the latest landmark Wuhan […]

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Deep Q Learning for Video Games – The Math of Intelligence #9

Deep Q Learning for Video Games – The Math of Intelligence #9

Hello world! It’s Siraj. And in this episode we are gonna build our own game bot capable of beating any Atari game that we give it. In 2014, Google aquired a small, London-based startup called Deep Mind for 500 million dollars. That is a lot of *mumble* — *horn* For what seems like pretty simple […]

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Spirit of Eastern Wisdom: The Intelligence Within | Sadhguru

Spirit of Eastern Wisdom: The Intelligence Within | Sadhguru

Sadhguru: In appreciation of this commendable cause that the Dharma Foundation has taken up, I would like to say that for thousands of years, for the longest period compared to anything on this planet, this wisdom, this dimension of knowing has lived on, without any kind of true organization or a certain kind of leadership […]

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March for Science: Crowds join global Earth Day protests

March for Science: Crowds join global Earth Day protests

THERE. MIGUEL MARQUEZ IS STANDING BY. GOOD MORNING TO YOU, WHAT DO YOU SEE THIS MORNING?>>Reporter: THE GATHERING HAS JUST BEGUN. THIS IS PART SCIENCE CONFERENCE, PART ROCK CONCERT, PART PROTEST AND PART HUGE MARCH FOR SCIENCE. THEY’RE MAKING A VERY BIG DEAL IN FACT. THIS STAGE, THIS MASSIVE STAGE THAT’S NOT SHADOW OF THE […]

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Autism Awareness – Be You!

Autism Awareness – Be You!

Hi everybody it’s Mrs. Zema I’m here to introduce a wonderful video about amazing friendships right here at Chittick school. Since April is Autism Awareness Month we are celebrating your friendships with your friends that have autism. This year’s theme is Autism Awareness Be You! The video you are about to see shows friends who […]

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Can Artificial Intelligence Make NEW ORIGINAL COLORS?

Can Artificial Intelligence Make NEW ORIGINAL COLORS?

hello welcome to the video this has taken forever to make don’t think oh I’m just gonna make a small little animation and then it’ll be cute god I’ve spit so outside like this I really hope you guys enjoy this video and yeah let’s just jump right into it there’s a lot of things […]

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Scientists’ Crazy Plan to Power Solar Panels with E. Coli

Scientists’ Crazy Plan to Power Solar Panels with E. Coli

Solar panels have amazing promise, but serious limitations. They’re expensive to produce, and it’s in the name–you need sun to power them. What if there were a way to make solar panels cheaper AND functional even in places with limited sun? And what if I told you the key to this is…bacteria? I know! Color […]

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Comparative Research Designs and Methods – Presentation of the course

Comparative Research Designs and Methods – Presentation of the course

welcome to this course on comparative research designs and comparative methods in the social sciences my name is Dirk Berg Schlosser I am professor of political science at the University of Marburg in Germany in political science, but also in the other social sciences, like sociology or economics, we are often interested at finding out […]

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