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“How Machines Learn”

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“Few-Shot Adversarial Learning of Realistic Neural Talking Head Models”

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“Adam Savage's Computer History Collection!”

“We're back in Adam's cave to check out some of Adam's computer history collection, including recent acquisitions from the early days of digital computing. Adam shares the significance of each piece and why these he loves collecting these artifacts that together tell the story of human ingenuity. ”

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From Star Trek to reality - transparent aluminum

“ALON - Transparent Aluminum - is a ceramic composed of Aluminium, Oxygen and Nitrogen. Transparent Aluminum, was once pure science fiction, a technical term used in a Star Trek Movie from the 80’s.

In the movie Star Trek 4 The Voyage Home, Captain Kirk and his team, go back in time to acquire 2 whales from the past and transport them back to the future. Scotty needed some materials to make a holding tank for whales on his ship, but had no money to pay for the materials,

So Scotty uses his knowledge of 23 third century technology and the manufacturers computer and programs in, how to make the Transparent Aluminum Molecule.

Transparent Aluminum or Aluminum Oxynitride, also known as ALON, is much stronger than Standard Glass and over time will become cheaper to make, but until then will most likely be used for NASA & the Military.”

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“The Strange Story of the Mp3 Player”

“In this episode we'll take a look at the unusal history of the Mp3 player. Some people may think it began with the iPod in 2001 but the story begins back in 1979 with Kane Kramer.”

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Last Opportunity

This is the last picture from the Opportunity rover.

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Flip phone

If you don't have a smartphone, a flip phone may be the best simple phone you can have.

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❝Apple Music Event 2001-The First Ever iPod Introduction❞

“Here we see Steve Jobs introducing the very first iPod at a low key event in 2001. The rest is history.”

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❝The First iMac Introduction❞

“Here we see Steve Jobs introducing the very first iMac in 1998.”

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“Apple 1984 Super Bowl Commercial Introducing Macintosh Computer.”

More Apple history.

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Thirty-five years ago today - ❝Steve Jobs presenting the first Mac in 1984❞

“January 24, 1984: Apple founder Steve Jobs presented the first Macintosh computer. The Macintosh 128K.

In memory of a genius. Farewell Steve.”

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20th anniversary of the iMac

One of the commercials for the original iMac

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Breaking the iPhone

““GrayKey” iPhone unlocking device revealed, could pose threat to privacy, security in the wrong hands”

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Hedy Lamarr, inventor

“'Bombshell' shatters myth around Wi-Fi inventor Hedy Lamarr”

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Cheaper and better microscope

“3D-printed smartphone microscope is good enough for scientists”

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Cheaper carbon fiber

“Scientists are making carbon fiber from plants instead of petroleum”

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“The Personal Computer Revolution: Crash Course Computer Science ”

"Today we're going to talk about the birth of personal computing. Up until the early 1970s components were just too expensive, or underpowered, for making a useful computer for an individual, but this would begin to change with the introduction of the Altair 8800 in 1975. In the years that follow, we'll see the founding of Microsoft and Apple and the creation of the 1977 Trinity: The Apple II, Tandy TRS-80, and Commodore PET 2001. These new consumer oriented computers would become a huge hit, but arguably the biggest success of the era came with the release of the IBM PC in 1981. IBM completely changed the industry as its "IBM compatible" open architecture consolidated most of the industry except for, notably, Apple. Apple chose a closed architecture forming the basis of the Mac Vs PC debate that rages today"

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Artificial

“The Myth of a Superhuman AI"

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78rpm records digitized

“78rpm Records Digitized by George Blood, L.P.”

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Regrowth

“'Breakthrough' penny-sized nanochip pad is able to regrow organs and heal injuries”

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“Adam Savage Visits Third Man Records!”

“In Detroit, Adam stops by Jack White's Third Man Records, the first new record-pressing plant in the United States in three decades! In a truly immersive tour, Adam records his Brain Candy song and then follows his record's eventual process from lathe to cellophane. Bonus: Adam also chats with Jack White about how recording this way impacts the creative process!”

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