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  • 04:40 New How exactly does binary code work? - José Américo N L F de Freitas

    How exactly does binary code work? - José Américo N L F de Freitas

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-exactly-does-binary-code-work-jose-americo-n-l-f-freitas Imagine trying to use words to describe every scene in a film, every note in a song, or eve

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  • 07:30 What self-driving cars can learn from brainless slime mold

    What self-driving cars can learn from brainless slime mold

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    Slime mold is a single-celled bit of goo that you’d find under a log in the woods. It’s also a master decision-maker, capable of weighing risk and reward in ways that make scientists question what intelligence really is. We grew slime mold of our own, and

  • 03:07 Goodbye Silicon! Your Next Computer Chip Could Be Made of Gallium Oxide

    Goodbye Silicon! Your Next Computer Chip Could Be Made of Gallium Oxide

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    A new material may be coming for 'Silicon Valley' as researchers are looking towards gallium oxide to produce faster computer chips than ever before. Moore's Law Is Ending... So, What's Next? - https://youtu.be/Vv_2C95cO6s Read More: The dawn of gallium o

  • 02:53 Infinite Walking in Virtual Reality | Two Minute Papers #262

    Infinite Walking in Virtual Reality | Two Minute Papers #262

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    The paper "Towards Virtual Reality Infinite Walking: Dynamic Saccadic Redirection " is available here: http://research.nvidia.com/publication/2018-08_Towards-Virtual-Reality Pick up cool perks on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers W

  • 02:45 NVIDIA's AI Removes Objects From Your Photos | Two Minute Papers #255

    NVIDIA's AI Removes Objects From Your Photos | Two Minute Papers #255

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  • 02:23 Impersonate Anyone With This Technique | Two Minute Papers #254

    Impersonate Anyone With This Technique | Two Minute Papers #254

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    The paper "HeadOn: Real-time Reenactment of Human Portrait Videos" is available here: http://niessnerlab.org/projects/thies2018headon.html More on Apple's Memoji: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjqERCCD4iM Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMin

  • 03:03 This AI Learned To See In The Dark | Two Minute Papers #253

    This AI Learned To See In The Dark | Two Minute Papers #253

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    The paper "Learning to See in the Dark" and its source code is available here: http://web.engr.illinois.edu/~cchen156/SID.html Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers We would like to thank our generous Patreon supporters who make Two Mi

  • 07:34 Why people are buying cartoon cats on the blockchain

    Why people are buying cartoon cats on the blockchain

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    Forget cryptocurrencies. These are cryptocollectibles. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Every time you send something on the internet, it’s a copy. But using new technology, can we make digital goods that are... rare? That’s the question beh

  • 05:29 How It's Made Memory Card

    How It's Made Memory Card

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  • 19:27 Quantum Computing Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

    Quantum Computing Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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    WIRED has challenged IBM's Dr. Talia Gershon (Senior Manager, Quantum Research) to explain quantum computing to 5 different people; a child, teen, a college student, a grad student and a professional. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►►

  • 01:21 Introducing How Computers Work

    Introducing How Computers Work

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    Bill Gates kicks off an introduction to the series How Computers Work. Start learning at http://code.org/ Stay in touch with us! • on Twitter https://twitter.com/codeorg • on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Code.org • on Instagram https://instagram.com/

  • 05:23 How Computers Work: Hardware and Software

    How Computers Work: Hardware and Software

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    Take a peak into the relationship between software and the hardware it controls. Start learning at http://code.org/ Stay in touch with us! • on Twitter https://twitter.com/codeorg • on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Code.org • on Instagram https://inst

  • 04:17 How Computers Work: CPU, Memory, Input & Output

    How Computers Work: CPU, Memory, Input & Output

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    Dive a little deeper into the actual components that allow a computer to input, store, process, and output information. Start learning at http://code.org/ Stay in touch with us! • on Twitter https://twitter.com/codeorg • on Facebook https://www.facebook.c

  • 04:45 How Computers Work: Circuits and Logic

    How Computers Work: Circuits and Logic

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    Computers process information in the blink of an eye. It's not magic though, it's just millions of tiny circuits! Start learning at http://code.org/ Stay in touch with us! • on Twitter https://twitter.com/codeorg • on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Cod

  • 05:59 How Computers Work: Binary & Data

    How Computers Work: Binary & Data

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    You'll hear that everything's "1s and 0s" in a computer, but what does that mean? Find out how computers represent numbers, words, images, and sound. Start learning at http://code.org/ Stay in touch with us! • on Twitter https://twitter.com/codeorg • on F

  • 05:10 How Computers Work: What Makes a Computer, a Computer?

    How Computers Work: What Makes a Computer, a Computer?

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    Computers are all around us, but what really makes a computer, a computer? Explore the history of computers and the features they all share. Start learning at http://code.org/ Stay in touch with us! • on Twitter https://twitter.com/codeorg • on Facebook h

  • 03:02 Illuminating the Creative Side of Code

    Illuminating the Creative Side of Code

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    Miral Kotb has two great loves: coding and dance. While they might seem like they have nothing in common, Miral has discovered a new, innovative way to combine her two passions. Through her project, iLuminate, she’s letting the creative side of code beam

  • 01:41 How Does Google Know Everything about Me?

    How Does Google Know Everything about Me?

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    You may wonder how Google knows what you’re typing, where you are or even what you’re thinking—they use your data to do it all.

  • 11:35 Storing Data in DNA?! w/ Dina Zielinski

    Storing Data in DNA?! w/ Dina Zielinski

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    Could you store all of your computer files in DNA? I chat with researcher Dina Zielinski about her project to do just that! DNA Fountain Website: http://dnafountain.teamerlich.org/ Reddit AMA: https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/5xt0gl/science_ama_s

  • 02:41 Paper Calculator - Numberphile

    Paper Calculator - Numberphile

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    Comic book genius Jason Shiga shows us a calculator made of paper. We've got more coming from Jason which will explain WHY he made this (besides the fact it is just cool!) More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Jason's acclaimed book Meanwhile:

  • 02:46 Why scientists are 3D-printing their data

    Why scientists are 3D-printing their data

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    These stunning 3D models are transforming scientists’ raw data. Resin-based voxel printing can even reproduce empty space. Learn more: https://scim.ag/2snGt1n Read the research (free): https://scim.ag/2Lba6tL CREDITS ----------------------------- editor/a

  • 03:00 How researchers are teaching AI to learn like a child

    How researchers are teaching AI to learn like a child

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    Machine learning algorithms may need programmed instincts to gain common sense. Learn more: https://scim.ag/2IZyTUd Credits producer/editor/script/animator/narrator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen supervising producer Sarah Crespi original story Matthew Hutson graphic

  • 08:22 Are machines better at quantum physics than humans?

    Are machines better at quantum physics than humans?

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    Machine learning is an exciting and growing field of computer science. Physics is using machine learning in the field of quantum mechanics to learn about unusual phase transitions Video on Jabril's channel → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSB3JUcm5jY Jab

  • 09:03 Vintage Chemistry Computer Game - Periodic Table of Videos

    Vintage Chemistry Computer Game - Periodic Table of Videos

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    See Computerphile on saving the software: https://youtu.be/vskNak4TeRs More links and info in full description ↓↓↓ And see Martyn play the other game: https://youtu.be/B07hBOTx1Ms Links to the games (on emulator or for download) and other material... http

  • 02:21 An incredible 3D map of a mouse retina

    An incredible 3D map of a mouse retina

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    Researchers created an amazing 3D map of a retina with imaging from the back of a mouse’s eye. Scientists crowdsourced the eye map with the help of online gamers. The resulting "museum" shows the features that process visuals are more complex than we’ve e

  • 04:53 We Taught an AI To Synthesize Materials | Two Minute Papers #251

    We Taught an AI To Synthesize Materials | Two Minute Papers #251

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    The paper "Gaussian Material Synthesis" and its source code is available here: https://users.cg.tuwien.ac.at/zsolnai/gfx/gaussian-material-synthesis/ Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers We would like to thank our generous Patreon sup

  • 02:35 AI Learns Real-Time 3D Face Reconstruction | Two Minute Papers #245

    AI Learns Real-Time 3D Face Reconstruction | Two Minute Papers #245

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    The paper "Joint 3D Face Reconstruction and Dense Alignment with Position Map Regression Network" and its source code is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.07835 https://github.com/YadiraF/PRNet Addicted? Pick up cool perks on our Patreon page! -

  • 03:31 Seeing in the Dark with Machine Learning AI

    Seeing in the Dark with Machine Learning AI

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    CVPR 2018: Learning to See in the Dark Machine Learning algorithm that significantly improves quality of low-light images Paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.01934 Project page: http://web.engr.illinois.edu/~cchen156/SID.html

  • 02:22 Machine Learning Controls Weed Sprayer Machine. Helps Environment.

    Machine Learning Controls Weed Sprayer Machine. Helps Environment.

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    Blue River Technology's See & Spray machine equips farmers to apply herbicide only to weeds, using less than 1/10th the herbicide of typical weed control. See & Spray uses machine learning and robotics to bring to market the world's first machine

  • 04:58 TuringBox: Democratizing the study of AI

    TuringBox: Democratizing the study of AI

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    The proliferation of AI has hindered our ability to understand its emerging behavior. TuringBox is a digital market that facilitates both the behavioural study of AI and the production of new, socially-aware AI. Visit us online at turingbox.mit.edu and ch

  • 11:25 Dealing Cards with Cryptography (with Ron Rivest) - Numberphile

    Dealing Cards with Cryptography (with Ron Rivest) - Numberphile

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    More Ron Rivest videos: http://bit.ly/RonRivest Cryptography playlist: http://bit.ly/crypto_videos More links & stuff in full description below ↓↓↓ Ron Rivest: http://people.csail.mit.edu/rivest/ Computerphile: https://www.youtube.com/user/computerphile N

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  • 02:14 What is Bitcoin?

    What is Bitcoin?

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    Bitcoin and other cryoptocurrencies—the future of money or hype? Here's what they are and how they work. NOVA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NOVAonline NOVA on Twitter: @novapbs NOVA on Instagram: @novapbs PRODUCTION CREDITS Digital Production Bell

  • 03:03 This AI Reproduces Human Perception | Two Minute Papers #248

    This AI Reproduces Human Perception | Two Minute Papers #248

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  • 02:52 This AI Learns From Its Dreams  | Two Minute Papers #247

    This AI Learns From Its Dreams | Two Minute Papers #247

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    The paper "World Models" is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.10122 https://worldmodels.github.io/ Support the series and pick up cool perks on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers We would like to thank our generous Patreon

  • 02:41 This Robot Adapts Like Animals | Two Minute Papers #246

    This Robot Adapts Like Animals | Two Minute Papers #246

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    The paper "Robots that can adapt like animals" and its source code is available here: https://members.loria.fr/jbmouret/nature_press.html https://members.loria.fr/code/ite_limbo_nature.zip Pick up cool perks on our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/Tw

  • 02:35 Bored with your video game? Artificial intelligence could create new levels on the fly

    Bored with your video game? Artificial intelligence could create new levels on the fly

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    New tricks could make games not too hard, not too easy Read more - https://scim.ag/2IpzrSY CREDITS ------------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producers Sarah Crespi Nguyên Khôi Nguyên story by Matthew Hutson Super Mario Bros. res

  • 01:29 Google Assistant making a phone call

    Google Assistant making a phone call

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    From Google I/O'18 This is really some fascinating stuff.

  • 03:44 Photonic Chips Will Change Computing Forever... If We Can Get Them Right

    Photonic Chips Will Change Computing Forever... If We Can Get Them Right

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    Using photons in computers instead of electrons could make light-speed computing possible, but at what cost? This Is the End of the Silicon Chip, Here’s What’s Next - https://youtu.be/NlO9F-gl9e4 Get 20% off http://www.domain.com domain names and web host

  • 04:33 DIY Mechanical Counter from Cardboard

    DIY Mechanical Counter from Cardboard

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    DIY Mechanical Counter from Cardboard In today's video I show you how to make fully functional mechanical counter from cardboard! My counter contains 3 counting rotors but quantity can be easoly extendyd by adding another one middle rotor between first an

  • 01:07 The robot finding earthquake survivors

    The robot finding earthquake survivors

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    This is Zebro, an autonomous swarming robot developed at the TU Delft. Zebro robots work together like a swarm of ants or birds or a school of fish. They can be sent to search difficult terrain and find survivors after earthquakes. SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.

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  • 03:32 4 Experiments Where the AI Outsmarted Its Creators | Two Minute Papers #242

    4 Experiments Where the AI Outsmarted Its Creators | Two Minute Papers #242

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    The paper "The Surprising Creativity of Digital Evolution: A Collection of Anecdotes from the Evolutionary Computation and Artificial Life Research Communities" is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.03453 Pick up cool perks on our Patreon page: ht

  • 03:14 DeepMind's AI Learns Complex Behaviors From Scratch | Two Minute Papers #239

    DeepMind's AI Learns Complex Behaviors From Scratch | Two Minute Papers #239

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    The paper "Learning by Playing - Solving Sparse Reward Tasks from Scratch" is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.10567 Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers We would like to thank our generous Patreon supporters who make Two Mi

  • 03:25 DeepMind's AI Masters Even More Atari Games | Two Minute Papers #238

    DeepMind's AI Masters Even More Atari Games | Two Minute Papers #238

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    The paper "IMPALA: Scalable Distributed Deep-RL with Importance Weighted Actor-Learner Architectures" is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.01561 DeepMind Lab: https://arxiv.org/abs/1612.03801 Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePap

  • 04:19 This AI Sings | Two Minute Papers #230

    This AI Sings | Two Minute Papers #230

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    The paper "A Neural Parametric Singing Synthesizer" is available here: http://www.dtic.upf.edu/~mblaauw/NPSS/ Our Patreon page with the details: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers One-time payment links are available below. Thank you very much for yo

  • 04:46 Google's Text Reader AI: Almost Perfect | Two Minute Papers #228

    Google's Text Reader AI: Almost Perfect | Two Minute Papers #228

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    The paper "Natural TTS Synthesis by Conditioning WaveNet on Mel Spectrogram Predictions" is available here: https://google.github.io/tacotron/publications/tacotron2/index.html https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.05884 Our Patreon page with the details: https://www

  • 04:04 DeepMind's AI Learns Object Sounds | Two Minute Papers #224

    DeepMind's AI Learns Object Sounds | Two Minute Papers #224

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    The paper "Objects that Sound" is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.06651 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFyohksFd48 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_qusr58ruU Our Patreon page with the details: https://www.patreon.com/TwoMinutePapers One-time

  • 04:27 Building Machines That Learn and Think Like People | Two Minute Papers #223

    Building Machines That Learn and Think Like People | Two Minute Papers #223

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    The paper "Building Machines That Learn and Think Like People" is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1604.00289 DeepMind's commentary article: https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1711/1711.08378.pdf One-time payment links are available below. Thank you

  • 03:19 This Autonomous Robot Models Your House Interior | Two Minute Papers #222

    This Autonomous Robot Models Your House Interior | Two Minute Papers #222

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    The paper "Autonomous Reconstruction of Unknown Indoor Scenes Guided by Time-varying Tensor Fields" and its source code is available here: http://vcc.szu.edu.cn/research/2017/tfnav/ We would like to thank our generous Patreon supporters who make Two Minut

  • 04:46 AI Beats Radiologists at Pneumonia Detection | Two Minute Papers #214

    AI Beats Radiologists at Pneumonia Detection | Two Minute Papers #214

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    The paper "CheXNet: Radiologist-Level Pneumonia Detection on Chest X-Rays with Deep Learning" is available here: https://stanfordmlgroup.github.io/projects/chexnet/ Interesting commentary on the article, check this one out too! https://lukeoakdenrayner.wo

  • 03:17 AI Competitive Self-Play | Two Minute Papers #205

    AI Competitive Self-Play | Two Minute Papers #205

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    The paper "Emergent Complexity via Multi-Agent Competition" and its source code is available here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.03748 https://github.com/openai/multiagent-competition We would like to thank our generous Patreon supporters who make Two Minute

  • 04:07 Disney's AI Learns To Render Clouds | Two Minute Papers #204

    Disney's AI Learns To Render Clouds | Two Minute Papers #204

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    The paper "Deep Scattering: Rendering Atmospheric Clouds with Radiance-Predicting Neural Networks" is available here: http://drz.disneyresearch.com/~jnovak/publications/DeepScattering/ http://simon-kallweit.me/deepscattering/ https://tom94.net/data/public

  • 12:46 The Infinadeck Omnidirectional Treadmill - Smarter Every Day 192 (VR Series)

    The Infinadeck Omnidirectional Treadmill - Smarter Every Day 192 (VR Series)

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    http://www.audible.com/Smarter or text "Smarter" to 500-500 Click here to subscribe for next video: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED Behind the Scenes Video Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7UNo4fTUYc ⇊ Click below for more links! ⇊ I'm a huge fan of Rea

  • 18:44 A Dragon Torched My Hand (How Do VR Haptic Gloves Work?) - Smarter Every Day 191

    A Dragon Torched My Hand (How Do VR Haptic Gloves Work?) - Smarter Every Day 191

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    Click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED Get a personalized DNA genotype test a&d read about new data FDA now allows 23andMe to release: http://www.23andme.com/smarter ⇊ Click below for more links! ⇊ There are tons of things I had never consid

  • 02:08 Who Invented YouTube? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    Who Invented YouTube? | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    We all spend endless hours watching video after video on YouTube, but have you ever stopped and wondered: who invented YouTube in the first place? Welcome to COLOSSAL QUESTIONS, the show that answers all of life's most pressing questions! → Credits ← Narr

  • 01:29 An AI can create a 3D model of a person—from just a few seconds of video

    An AI can create a 3D model of a person—from just a few seconds of video

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    The technology could put you in a video game without fancy equipment. Learn more: Read the paper on arxiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.04758 CREDITS: producer Sarah Crespi script Matt Hutson video footage Thiemo Alldieck music "Air Drop" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên

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  • 03:53 Programmable Droplets

    Programmable Droplets

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    Biologists in a lab spend, on average, 30-50% of their time manually moving fluids using disposable pipettes. Programmable Droplets are a low-cost lab-on-a-chip designed to make testing cheaper, faster, and more portable for biological sampling. Using ele

  • 01:09 RFind: Extreme Localization for Billions of Items

    RFind: Extreme Localization for Billions of Items

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    From the Signal Kinetics group at the MIT Media Lab: RFind, a new technology that allows us to transform low-cost, battery-free wireless stickers into powerful radars. By placing one of these stickers on any object, we can locate it with extreme accuracy.

  • 03:12 Auto-Inflatables

    Auto-Inflatables

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    Auto-inflatables explores the design space of self-inflating structures. By using chemical reactions as a source of carbon dioxide on-demand, we are able to induce a wide range of interaction-triggered transformations in our designs. These include changes

  • 01:36 RFly: Drones that find missing objects using battery-free RFIDs

    RFly: Drones that find missing objects using battery-free RFIDs

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    RFly is a new drone-based wireless technology that can help companies save billions of dollars in misplaced items and faulty inventory in their warehouses. Consider that the smallest Walmart warehouse is larger than 17 football fields, making it impossibl

  • 01:27 DeepMoji

    DeepMoji

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    DeepMoji is a model that uses millions of tweets to learn about emotional concepts in text like sarcasm and irony. Learn more: https://www.media.mit.edu/projects/deepmoji/overview/ This content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Internat

  • 03:59 Expansion Pathology

    Expansion Pathology

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    Enlarging clinical samples for imaging to understand the building blocks of pathologies with nanoscale precision. A new microscopy technique from Ed Boyden's research team could enable higher-resolution biopsies. Learn more: https://www.media.mit.edu/post

  • 01:37 Collaboration in Room-Scale Virtual Reality

    Collaboration in Room-Scale Virtual Reality

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    Play collaborative games, draw in 3D, and ​unlock the possibilities of VR: We present CocoVerse, a shared immersive virtual reality environment in which users interact with each other and create and manipulate virtual objects using a set of hand-based too

  • 04:07 Transformative Appetite

    Transformative Appetite

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    Initiated from Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab, Transformative Appetite is our attempt to create shape changing food that transforms from 2D to 3D by hygromorphic interaction through cooking. The transformation process is well compatible with ‘flat pa

  • 06:17 Celebrating Scratch

    Celebrating Scratch

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    What is Scratch, and why is it important? Ten years after Scratch was first released, hear from users of all ages as well as Mitchel Resnick, Natalie Rusk, and other members of the Scratch team at the MIT Media Lab. Music by Lullatone

  • 04:21 Reading through closed books

    Reading through closed books

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    Spatial resolution, spectral contrast, and occlusion are three major bottlenecks in current imaging technologies for non-invasive inspection of complex samples such as closed books. We empower the time-of-flight capabilities of conventional THz time domai

  • 01:22 AlterEgo: Interfacing with devices through silent speech

    AlterEgo: Interfacing with devices through silent speech

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    AlterEgo is a wearable system that allows a user to silently converse with a computing device without any voice or discernible movements — thereby enabling the user to communicate with devices, AI assistants, applications, or other people in a silent, con

  • 04:06 This Is the End of the Silicon Chip, Here’s What’s Next

    This Is the End of the Silicon Chip, Here’s What’s Next

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    Quantum mechanics could stop microchips from getting any smaller. What does that mean for the future of electronics? Moore's Law Is Ending... So, What's Next? - https://youtu.be/Vv_2C95cO6s Get 20% off http://www.domain.com domain names and web hosting wh

  • 07:52 The computer that mastered Go

    The computer that mastered Go

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    Go is an ancient Chinese board game, often viewed as the game computers could never play. Now researchers from Google-owned company DeepMind have proven the naysayers wrong, creating an artificial intelligence - called AlphaGo – which has beaten a profess

  • 10:14 I finally finished the cake baking robot.

    I finally finished the cake baking robot.

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    After 1.5 years, and close to the 300hrs the cake baking robot is finally finished. The goal of this project was to use a large project to force myself to learn the basics of robotics, and I absolutely have learned the basics of robotics throughout this p

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  • 02:01 This is How You Could Sign Into Your Accounts in the Future

    This is How You Could Sign Into Your Accounts in the Future

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    We spoke with a cybersecurity expert about how you could potentially log on to your accounts in the future. He shared some surprising insights into just how far the technology could go. ► Subscribe for more tech & culture videos: http://on.mash.to/subscri

  • 02:12 Expert Password Tips To Keep Your Accounts Safe

    Expert Password Tips To Keep Your Accounts Safe

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    Cybersecurity expert Ondrej Krehel knows a thing or two about staying secure online, and he has a few tips for users who want to keep cyber-attackers away from private accounts. Produced by Matt Kline. MASHABLE ACROSS THE WEB Mashable.com: http://on.mash.

  • 03:49 Making The Impossible Possible in VR | How She Works

    Making The Impossible Possible in VR | How She Works

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    Presented By Coors Light // Kate Wurzbacher finds ways to put unimaginable landscapes, animals, and action into your living room by exploring creative solutions for VR. Mashable’s series ‘How She Works’ highlights amazing women in diverse occupations. Wat

  • 08:28 What is the MAGIC RUSSIAN DIAMOND?

    What is the MAGIC RUSSIAN DIAMOND?

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    In the early 2000s, physicist found a diamond they’d been searching for. Find out what it was used for. Visit Lockheed Martin’s Website: http://news.lockheedmartin.com/2017-12-08-Lockheed-Martin-Continues-to-Strengthen-Weather-Forecasting-With-Second-Next

  • 01:35 The Music Hall That Algorithms Built

    The Music Hall That Algorithms Built

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    The Elbphilharmonie, in Hamburg, Germany, is a destination for music and math lovers alike. Considered one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world, it can seat more than 2,800 visitors at a time. The main concert hall cont

  • 02:26 Meet the Man Bringing IT Skills to the Sea

    Meet the Man Bringing IT Skills to the Sea

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    Malcolm Ong spent over 20 years working in IT but always knew his true love was the sea. After deciding to make a career change, Ong became a fish farmer in Singapore. Combining both of his passions, Ong restructured old fishing practices to make them mor

  • 07:48 Will Artificial Intelligence Ever Surpass Human Intelligence? Vlog#14 HooplakidzLab

    Will Artificial Intelligence Ever Surpass Human Intelligence? Vlog#14 HooplakidzLab

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    Today I am talking about An Artificial Intelligence, which is also Known as AI. Worldwide it is also searched as AI Robots. Artificial Intelligence Robots are made to perform the task as well some of them share Emotions and Behaviours Like Humans.There ar

  • 04:16 How to Decode a Secret Message! (DIY Decoder) | D.I.SPY

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