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The Physics of Generative AI – How AI models use physics to generate novel data

Modern Generative AI is capable of generating entire stories and photorealistic images, but how do these models actually work? As it turns out, the field of physics is actually the inspiration for many of these state-of-the-art Generative AI models. In this video from AssemblyAI., get a high-level look at how methods from physics are inspiring […]

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Why The US Military Spends Millions Reverse Engineering Their Own Planes

This video from Jeremy Fielding is fascinating.

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The AI-Powered Pin: Could It Replace Your Smartphone?

This video from Interesting Engineering highlights the Hu.ma.ne device. The Hu.ma.ne AI Pin is an innovative, screenless wearable device designed to offer a range of AI-powered features, potentially rivaling smartphones. It consists of two parts: a computer and a battery booster, which together ensure all-day battery life. The device offers live translation, calorie counting, and […]

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Unusual Houses For Sale That People Refuse to Buy

This video from Kyle McGran highlights homes that no one will buy even in this housing market.

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Science

This Self-assembling material pops into 3D

This video is from Steve Mould. This bistable auxetic material gets bigger in all directions when you stretch it. It’s also becomes 3 dimensional!

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Maker

World’s Smallest Nerf Gun Shoots an Ant

Mark Rober creates the World’s smallest Nerf gun 5 times in a row.

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Hardware

Why Tape Storage is Making a Sneaky Comeback

This video from Half as Interesting expains why storage technology is going back to the future.

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AI Science

How a Brain Implant and AI Gave a Woman with Paralysis Her Voice Back

This video is from UC San Francisco (UCSF). Ann is helping researchers develop new brain-computer technology (BCI) that could one day allow stroke survivors like her to communicate more naturally through a digital avatar that resembles a person. The breakthrough technology was developed by researchers from UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley and decodes Ann’s […]

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Interesting Windows

What’s inside a .EXE File?

Inkbox explains what’s inside the Windows Executable. Explored also is programming without a compiler, linker, or any kind of processing code before execution. Is programming in raw machine code possible?

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Mechanical circuits: electronics without electricity

Spintronics has mechanical resistors, inductors, transistors, diodes batteries and capacitors. When you connect them together with chains, they give a really good intuition for how circuits works.

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