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“The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (Andrew Ng, Stanford University, STAN 2011)” by ‘Stanford’ (May 2011)
Clip shown: [8min20sec – 10min32sec] from total 16min26sec
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“Michio Kaku: How to Stop Robots From Killing Us” by ‘Big Think’ (May 2011)
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“Dr. Fei Fei Li of Stanford's Artificial Intelligence Lab | Innovate and Celebrate 2016” by ‘TechCo Media’ (Dec 2016)
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