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The Super Bizarre Quantum Eraser Experiment

The quantum eraser experiment is one of the weirdest phenomena that has ever been observed and will melt your mind.  It seems that quantum mechanics mixes past and future together. In this video, Fermilab’s Dr. Don take you through this quantum conundrum.

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Security Windows

CODE RED: The Billion Dollar Buffer Overflow & How it Worked

How does a buffer overflow work and what does it have to do with CODE RED, one of the biggest security holes ever found (so far)? Join retired Microsoft developer Dave Plummer as he explains how CODE RED was unleashed on the world and how it worked so that you can avoid the mistakes of […]

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Data Visualization

How to Build Excel Interactive Dashboards

In this step-by-step tutorial by Kevin Stratvert, learn how to create dynamic and interactive Excel dashboards. With a dashboard, you can showcase the most important information and key performance indicators (KPIs) that your organization cares about. Best of all, you only need is out of the box Microsoft Excel – no plug-ins, etc.

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Deep Learning Python

AIQC: Framework for Reproducible and Rapid Deep Learning

AIQC simplifies data preparation and parameter tuning for batches of deep learning models without an expensive cloud backend. It empowers researchers by reducing the programming and data science know-how required to integrate machine learning into their research. It makes machine learning less of a black box by reproducibly recording experiments in a file-based database that […]

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Covid Pandemic Python

Fighting COVID with Python

Daan de Bruin’s presentation at PyData Eindhoven 2021 shows how Python can be used in the fight against COVID.

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Quantum Computing Science

Quantum Tunneling Takes a Surprisingly Long Time

Quantum tunneling happens when a particle seemingly teleports across a barrier. But despite how instantaneous this event sounds, recent research suggests that it doesn’t happen nearly as fast as you might think. SciShow explains.

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AI Interesting Science

How to Wire a Computer Like a Human Brain

The goal of neuromorphic computing is simple: mimic the neural structure of the brain. Seeker checks out the current generation of computer chips that’s getting closer to reaching this non-trivial engineering task.

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Quantum Computing

How Graphene Could Help Us Build Bigger and Better Quantum Computers

Quantum computers can solve problems in seconds that would take “ordinary” computers millennia, but their sensitivity to interference is major engineering obstacle. Now, researchers claim they’ve created a component that drastically cuts down on error-inducing noise. Seeker explains how graphene could make a big difference.

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Future Space

This New Nuclear Battery Could Power Deep Space Missions for Decades

Seeker explains how a new kind of nuclear battery could power missions into deep space. In April of 2020, NASA researchers announced they had come up with a new approach to fusion that has the potential to power missions into deep space, and maybe even future laptops here on Earth. This is really exciting news […]

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What Would a Quantum Internet Look Like?

In this episode, Seeker tackles the question that’s on everyone’s minds: what will it take to have quantum internet in our home? Yes, Virginia, a quantum internet is in the works. The U.S. Department of Energy recently rolled out a blueprint describing research goals and engineering barriers on the way to quantum internet. The DOE’s […]

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