Are average IQ scores going up? Yes, and no – thanks to the Flynn Effect. A lot of information and inspiration came from this TED video, so check it out:
Thinking of getting into cyber security? Learn the most important skills you need for a beginner to be successful. With all the technical resources out there, it can be overwhelming just starting out. You may often hear about all the different certifications to get. They’re not that important! Your skills and experience are the most important factors for getting into cyber security. In this video we’ll cover 5 areas you should start to be on your way to mastery. If you’re just a beginner looking for a place to start, follow these tips and supercharge your career to the next level! 00:00 Start 00:46 💻 Building and Using Virtual Machines ➡️ Hypervisor 02:13 🔩 Learn the Command Line ➡️ BASH ➡️ PowerShell 04:23 ⚙ Master the Art of System Administration 05:28 🖥 🖥 Computer Networking ➡️ Layers ➡️ OSI 06:59 🛡 Personal Digital Security SUBSCRIBE for new video updates! FOLLOW US ✔ Twitter: ✔ LinkedIn: ✔ Facebook: #CyberSecurity #CareerAdvice #InfoSec
In this episode of AI Adventures, Yufeng introduces how to use Keras to implement ‘bag of words’, to get you started on your natural language processing journey! Word embedding tutorial: Full session from Next 2019 → Expanded blog post about bag of words → Check out the rest of the Cloud AI Adventures playlist: Subscribe to get all the episodes as they come out: Product: TensorFlow, Keras; fullname: Yufeng Guo; #AIAdventures
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Comparing the smart speakers containing assistants. Amazon Echo dot 4th Generation with alexa, Google Nest Mini with Google Assistant and Apple Homepod Mini with Siri were compared. Comparing the assistants Google Assistant vs Amazon Alexa vs Apple Siri themselves and the mini smart speakers Amazon Echo Dot vs Google Nest Mini vs Apple Homepod Mini. Follow on social media:- Instagram (Ishan – @onespotgamingyt ) – Instagram (Vikas – @onespot_vikas) – Twitter @onespotgaming –
What’s on Elon Musk’s mind? In this exclusive conversation with head of TED Chris Anderson, Musk details how the radical new innovations he’s working on — Tesla’s intelligent humanoid robot Optimus, SpaceX’s otherworldly Starship and Neuralink’s brain-machine interfaces, among others — could help maximize the lifespan of humanity and create a world where goods and services are abundant and accessible for all. It’s a compelling vision of a future worth getting excited about. (Recorded at the Tesla Texas Gigafactory on April 6, 2022) Just over a week after this interview was filmed, Elon Musk joined TED2022 for another (live) conversation, where he discussed his bid to purchase Twitter, the biggest regret of his career, how his brain works and more. Watch that conversation here: 0:14 A future that’s worth getting excited about 2:44 The sustainable energy economy, batteries and 300 terawatt hours of installed capacity 7:06 “Humanity will solve sustainable energy.” 8:47 Artificial intelligence and Tesla’s progress on full self-driving cars 19:46 Tesla’s Optimus humanoid robot 21:46 “People have no idea, this is going to be bigger than the car.” 23:14 Avoiding an AI dystopia 26:39 The age of abundance 28:20 Neuralink and brain-machine interfaces 36:55 SpaceX’s Starship and the mission to build a city on Mars 46:54 “It’s the people of Mars’ city.” 50:14 What else can Starship do and help explore? 53:18 Possible synergies between Tesla, SpaceX, The Boring Company and Neuralink 54:44 Intercontinental travel via Starship 58:41 Being a billionaire 1:02:31 Philanthropy as love of humanity [More]
Clarifai provides a fantastic service that brings image recognition into any application that connects to the cloud. Matt Zeiler, CEO and founder of Clarifai, talks about their service and explains the concepts of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and neural networks. A huge thank you to Matt Zeiler for taking the time to chat about all of this very cool tech and for giving us a really nice demo of what Clarifai can do! If you’d like to try it out yourself, head to for more info and to try out some of the public demos yourself! — Dev Diner is a website and channel dedicated to helping developers navigate the world of emerging tech – Virtual & Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and more! Discover more about what’s happening and how you can get started at: — A big thank you to Heartbeat Intensity ( as always for providing our wonderful theme music!
Watch this recorded webinar to learn the benefits, business drivers and the value of Conversational UI for your business!
Senior vice president of Alloy Digital and general manager of The Escapist magazine, the mouthpiece of the gaming generation. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
This talk was presented at PyBay2019 – 4th annual Bay Area Regional Python conference. See for more details about PyBay and click SHOW MORE for more information about this talk. Description Through a series of case studies, I will illustrate different types of algorithmic bias, debunk common misconceptions, and share steps towards addressing the problem. Original slides: About the speaker Rachel Thomas is a professor at the University of San Francisco Data Institute and co-founder of, which created the “Practical Deep Learning for Coders” course that over 200,000 students have taken and which has been featured in The Economist, MIT Tech Review, and Forbes. She was selected by Forbes as one of 20 Incredible Women in AI, earned her math PhD at Duke, and was an early engineer at Uber. Rachel is a popular writer and keynote speaker. In her TEDx talk, she shares what scares her about AI and why we need people from all backgrounds involved with AI. Sponsor Acknowledgement This and other PyBay2019 videos are via the help of our media partner AlphaVoice (! #pybay #pybay2019 #python #python3 #gdb