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Jaron Lanier on Virtual Reality, Social Media & the Future of Humans and AI

Jaron Lanier is a living legend. One of the earliest pioneers in virtual reality and I vividly remember reading about him in Wired magazine while I was still in college (and Wired was still relevant). Here he is speaking with Lex Fridman about VR, social media, AI, and humanity’s future. OUTLINE: 0:00 – Introduction 1:39 […]

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Quantum Computing

Time Crystals: a Breakthrough for Quantum Computing?

Google researchers claim to have created four-dimensional ‘time crystals. T Time crystals are a new phase of matter that seems to evade the laws of physics. Just like ordinary crystals repeat themselves in space, time crystals repeat themselves in time. Time crystals could become tools to detect magnetic fields or be used to diagnose what’s […]

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Quantum Computing

Getting Started in Quantum Computing in 2021

Things are heating up in in quantum computing and evolving really fast.  There are a lot of opportunities in the quantum space, depending on what you want to do. Timestamps 0:00 FAQs! 0:27 What should your college major be? 4:00 Getting Research Experience 5:23 Getting Quantum Computing Experience for Anyone 7:24 What Programming Language for […]

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Quantum Computing

Does China’s Quantum Computer Surpass Google’s?

When you hear about Quantum Computers, you normally think of American companies like Google or IBM, but in 2020 China flipped the script with their new super powerful quantum computer. Find out the details on this episode of Super Freaky Science!

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Quantum Computing Breakthrough: Modular Quantum Computers

A new breakthrough in the technology could really heat things up in quantum computing: Modular Quantum computing. Find out what challenges scientists are up against, and how taking quantum computers modular can help.

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Are We Ready for Quantum Computing?

IBM Research chief writer and editorial lead Katia Moskvitch hosted a live, public discussion about the state of quantum computing with IBM Fellow and IBM Research-Europe Department Head Science & Technology Heike Riel.

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