AI/ML, New Algorithms and Machines, Connected Devices

Member of National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence Gilman Louie is interviewed by Linus Liang. These days, the term “artificial intelligence” is used all the time; individuals use the phrase to mean different things and in different contexts that it has lost a lot of its meaning. In this video, the speakers try to bring … Read more AI/ML, New Algorithms and Machines, Connected Devices

The Future of Medicine

Former CEO and Chairman of Varian Medical Systems Richard “Dick” Levy, Managing Director of Sanderling Ventures Tim Mills, and School of Medicine Professor Mildred Cho are interviewed by instructor Ernestine Fu. In the last 50 years, we have seen incredible innovations in medicine. We have been able to eradicate smallpox, learn how to transplant organs, … Read more The Future of Medicine

Five ways global shutdowns will change businesses

The post-pandemic era could see faster innovation, more efficient companies and increased labor productivity. Insights via @CME Group : https://openmarkets.cmegroup.com/quicktake?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=paid_social&utm_campaign=quicktake_econ&utm_content=more_insights Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2TwO8Gm QUICKTAKE ON SOCIAL: Follow QuickTake on Twitter: twitter.com/quicktake Like QuickTake on Facebook: facebook.com/quicktake Follow QuickTake on Instagram: instagram.com/quicktake Subscribe to our newsletter: https://bit.ly/2FJ0oQZ Email us at quicktakenews@gmail.com QuickTake by … Read more Five ways global shutdowns will change businesses

Live: Global science and technology development during COVID-19

China celebrates its fourth annual National Science and Technology Workers’ Day on May 30. What is the impact of COVID-19 on global scientific and technological innovation and governance? Join CGTN to hear opinions from international experts at the “International Webinar on Global Science and Technology Development and Governance under the COVID-19 Epidemic” which is held … Read more Live: Global science and technology development during COVID-19

Using the Covid-19 outbreak as a springboard for innovation

From accelerators to hackathons, we tell you how most regions in the world have been swift to organise their tech sector to respond to the Covid-19 crisis. It was urgent and critical, but it was also an opportunity. We ask whether it has enabled Europe to get back on the tech map and start challenging the … Read more Using the Covid-19 outbreak as a springboard for innovation

WHO Announces Covid-19 Technology Access Pool to Democratize Virus Research

Dr. Tedros Adhanom-Ghebreyesus of the World Health Organization announced the launch of the #Covid19 Technology Access Pool or “C-TAP,” an initiative to help achieve “equitable access” to virus defense resources. He listed 5 priorities for the initiative: 1. Public disclosure of gene sequencing research 2. Public disclosure of all clinical trial results 3. Encouraging equitable … Read more WHO Announces Covid-19 Technology Access Pool to Democratize Virus Research

Scott Adkins (Yuri Boyka) Answers Martial Arts Training Questions From Twitter | Tech Support

Actor and martial artist Scott Adkins uses the power of Twitter to answer the internet’s burning questions about martial arts training. How do MMA fighters take kicks to the shin? How does one get a body like Yuri Boyka? Should you ever let an attacker know you are trained in martial arts? Scott answers all … Read more Scott Adkins (Yuri Boyka) Answers Martial Arts Training Questions From Twitter | Tech Support

Smart Cities and Urban Mobility

Founding Director of Hyundai Cradle John Suh, Partner at Playground Global Laurie Yoler, and Professor Juan Alonso are interviewed by instructor Ernestine Fu. The speakers discuss what the city of the future may look like, the technologies that will help get us there, and the possible positive and negative effects. Course Description: The next wave … Read more Smart Cities and Urban Mobility

The Future of Energy

Former Acting Under Secretary of Energy Arun Majumdar is interviewed by Professor John Weyant. The United States has been delivering electricity in the same way for over a hundred years – exposed power lines on poles over vast distances. The system is outdated, overloaded, and under-maintained, leading to unfortunate events such as power outages and … Read more The Future of Energy

Every Batmobile From Movies & TV Explained | WIRED

The Batmobile is arguably the most iconic vehicle in the history of entertainment. Batman historian Glen Weldon (Pop Culture Happy Hour) takes a look at every Batmobile that’s appeared on television and the silver screen. Glen gets into Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher’s takes on the vehicles, why Christopher Nolan transitioned from the Batmobile to … Read more Every Batmobile From Movies & TV Explained | WIRED

How This DIY Ventilator Could Keep Covid-19 Patients Alive | WIRED

This ventilator may not look like an important piece of medical equipment but it may be one of the critical things keeping Covid-19 patients alive. MIT has designed an emergency ventilator that uses commonly found and easily sourced materials. FDA-approved ventilators are expensive and require hundreds of components, and in these trying times a cheaper … Read more How This DIY Ventilator Could Keep Covid-19 Patients Alive | WIRED