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AI Robotics

The Future of Humanoid Robots: A Glimpse into Tomorrow

The year is 2034, and the world as we know it has been transformed by the advent of humanoid robots. This isn’t a scene from a science fiction movie; it’s the reality we’re stepping into, a reality where the lines between human and machine are blurring more with each passing day. The rapid evolution of […]

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Interesting Smartphones

How Smartphones Shrink Our Brains

This video from ColdFusion brings up a good point. Smartphones are so ubiquitous that they almost fade into the background. Everyone has one and nobody thinks twice about them. But what if they were affecting the way our brains function in a very tangible way? That would mean society has been collectively altered and we […]

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AI Generative AI

Did AI Just End Music? (Now it’s Personal) ft. Rick Beato

This video is from ColdFusion. Throughout history, creating a complete piece of music has always been a human process. There have been attempts to compose and render songs using computers before, but frankly they weren’t great. Today, that all changes with two AI music platforms. Udio and Suno. In this episode, we’ll take a look […]

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Robotics

Omnibot 2000: The $500 Drink Serving Robot from 1985!

Think that humanoid robots in the home are a new idea? This video is from LGR highlights a toy that I remember wanting badly. Unboxing and enjoying the Tomy Omnibot 2000! A 26-inch home robot that can speak, play music, bring you drinks, and generally felt like ‘THE FUTURE’ in the 80s. While still a […]

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AI Current Events

The Entire OpenAI Chaos Explained

This video from ColdFusion goes over the drama of recent time. Last week featured one of the most bizarre shakeups in the tech landscape. OpenAI fired their CEO Sam Altman, before taking him back days later. What followed was a flurry of rumours as to what happened, the most interesting of which is a human […]

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Interesting Linux

The Computer Chronicles – Windows 98 (1998)

This video is from The Computer Chronicles and tracks the launch of Windows 98 as well as a new upstart Windows alternative called Linux.

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Interesting

The Computer Chronicles – The Internet (1993)

This video is from The Computer Chronicles, one of the few media outlets to cover technology in the 80s and early 90s. Looking back at this and how the internet changed things, I can’t help but wonder what looking back at AI videos and news stories three decades later will be like.

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Smartphones

Did the EU Really Just Change Smartphones Forever?

This video is from ColdFusion. A new EU law will require all mobile devices to have user-replaceable batteries by 2027. In this episode we take a look at the law, it’s consequences and right to repair.

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AI Economics of AI Interesting

What is the Dead Internet Theory?

ColdFusion explains and explores the Dead Internet Theory. The “Dead Internet Theory” that states that most of the internet is in fact AI bots. These bots have been unleashed to control the populous and rake in profits. Sounds plausible, even probable. But is it true? And if so, how much of it is true? In […]

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