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Let machines learn, think and do things for us: that was the original idea behind artificial intelligence. The concept isn’t new, but modern hardware and algorithms have brought its potential to a new level. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have already witnessed digital minds fighting alongside humans. Meanwhile, artificial intelligence is also seen as one of the main engines for the next industrial revolution. So, what will the future look like with powerful AI? What can it be ultimately capable of? And what are the concerns that surround this promising technology? In the future, where will be the boundary between human and machine?
Meet Tatiana Koffman. She is a securities attorney who found her way into the crypto and security token world after working with DNA Fund. She later helped form a VC fund for the group Linkin Park. Tatiana explains how security tokens can help transform the financial industry and more in this expert interview with Security Token Academy’s Director of Programming, Adam Chapnick.
If you know one thing about quantum mechanics, it’s that Schrodinger’s cat is both dead and alive. This is what physicists call a “superposition”. But what does this really mean? And what does it have to do with entanglement? This video explains it.
This video provides an introduction to Bitcoin and the Blockchain Industry
What is the universe really made of? What is truly fundamental in the reality that we perceive? This video is about QFT: Quantum field theory – simplified.
Everything that you see is thought to be made of up of particles. This is what most people are taught in science class. The only problem is it is not true. And physicists have known this for decades. Particles are really not fundamental. The best theory in physics tells us that there really are no particles at all, only fields. Particles are merely waves in the field. Fields are fluid-like substances that can be perturbed, vibrate, and experience excitations. What exactly are fields?Continue reading “What is the universe really made of? Quantum Field Theory visualized”
Artificial Intelligence or AI is the future of technology, and it has already become a reality as companies have started building intelligent systems with the help of AI. In this video, you’ll learn what Artificial Intelligence is all about, and how did it emerge. You will also learn about the various applications of AI and look at the difference between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science. Finally, you will understand the uses of Machine Learning.
Nanostructured coatings and layers, only billionths of a meter thick, can be applied to an object to protect against water, dirt, wear, and even bacteria. Working at the nanoscale, scientists and engineers are developing new and innovative applications in the fields of energy, electronics, and medicine. “Nanotechnology: Super Small Science” is produced by NBC News Learn in partnership with the National Science Foundation.
Plastics often get a bad rap – but Dr. Lewis Blackman from the CSIRO is here to convince you that while many are catastrophic for our environment, there’s also a whole world of “good plastics” out there! Clever plastics that can help save children from cancer, allow amputees to walk and as weapons to kill superbugs. This talk ventures into the nanoworld to focus on how smart, shape-changing, nanosized plastic vehicles can allow us to tackle some of the world’s nastiest diseases more effectively and with fewer side effects than ever before! Bio: Lewis is a Londoner who fancied a change from the Big Smoke to the Land Down Under. After spending a year teaching science in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, he completed a PhD in polymer chemistry at the University of Warwick. Lewis is currently a postdoctoral fellow at CSIRO working on developing new polymer biomaterials to combat microbial infections.