Tag: education

The Personal Computer Revolution: Crash Course Computer Science #25

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! As we discussed last week, the idea of having a computer all to yourself – a personal computer – was elusive for the first three decades of electronic computing. It was just way too expensive for a computer to be owned and used by one […]

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The dark side of electronic waste recycling

– [Jim] They had a place where they’d store it right under our noses. They just thought they could get away with it forever, and they could have if it hadn’t been for those trackers. (Jim laughs) – [Reporter] Right now, you’re watching this on an electronic device. Do you ever think about where it’ll […]

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How Close Are We to Downloading the Human Brain?

Someday our bodies are going to break down and we’ll die. Our brain will decay and disappear forever.But, what if it didn’t have to? Right now there are scientists around the world working on technology that could one day take your brain, and possibly your consciousness, and upload it onto a computer. This would be […]

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Are Electric Cars Really More Environmentally Friendly?

[INTRO ♪] Telling people that buying an electric car is a great way to fight climate change is a pretty reliable way to start an argument in some circles. People will say that you still burn fossil fuels with electric cars – it just happens at the power plant instead of the engine. And while […]

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Electrical and Computer Engineering – University of Alabama College of Engineering

Electrical and computer engineering majors explore the ins and outs of communications systems, computers, electronics, microelectronics, and signal processing and power systems. In high school I really enjoyed my math and science classes, really enjoyed computers and robotics. And when I came to visit campus, and I came to visit the department, I saw some […]

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How Pocket Calculators Changed Electronics Forever

[ INTRO ] SciShow is supported by Brilliant.org. Go to Brilliant.org/SciShow to get 20% off of an annual Premium subscription. We don’t think of pocket calculators as being all that special these days. They’re cheap, easy to lose, and your phone can do all that stuff anyway, right? But the development of the pocket calculator […]

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Shimon Schocken: The self-organizing computer course

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast So, this is my grandfather, Salman Schocken, who was born into a poor and uneducated family with six children to feed, and when he was 14 years old, he was forced to drop out of school in order to help put bread on the table. He never went back […]

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Wireless Presentation System TapShare TS20 | Lumens

Lumens Integration Inc. is the leader in pro AV products for every application. I’d like to introduce you to the TapShare ts 20 Wireless Presentation System. The unique features of the TS20 are easy to install easy, to use and no latency with 4K video. The best part is there is no need to install […]

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