Tagged: Science

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The Periodic Table of AI

Here’s an interesting way to visualize the various categories of AI problem spaces and research going on. 2016 was a breakout year for data science, machine learning, and AI.  So far in 2017, the rapid pace of change is showing no signs of slowing down.  In fact, quite the opposite...

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The Physics of AC Circuits

Here’s an interesting video from Crash Course Physics about the properties and concepts of Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits. Chances are that your IoT projects will run on DC current, but more knowledge is more power.

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Does Math Exist?

Unlike physics, chemistry, and biology math has no empirical properties. Yet, it’s real. Or is it? It is created or discovered? Watch this deeply philosophically video about mathematics.

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Winter Solstice

Vox has compiled a list of facts about the Winter Solstice or, to be more inclusive of readers in the Southern Hemisphere, the December Solstice. In the Northern Hemisphere, it’s the shortest day of the year.  For the next six months, the days will get longer.  In the Southern Hemisphere,...

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Japanese Bullet Train Documentary

Engineering Connections is a British science show that uncovers connections between various types of innovations and their surprising sources of inspiration. In this episode, the focus is on the Japanese bullet trains that put Amtrak’s Acela to shame.