A Self-Study Guide to Quantum Mechanics

A Self-Study Guide to Quantum Mechanics

With the recent advancements in quantum computing (and the last two blog posts 1 2 ), a foundational understanding of quantum mechanics may be worth looking... Details
Brain Development from Stem Cell to Organoid

Brain Development from Stem Cell to Organoid

In this episode of the AI Podcast, Lex Fridman interviews Paola Arlotta. Paola Arlotta is a professor of stem cell and regenerative biology at Harvard... Details
How To Produce More Brain Cells

How To Produce More Brain Cells

If you’ve watched Siraj Raval’s latest video on speed learning and found it insightful, I highly recommend this video on neurogenesis to explore the topics... Details
Future of Food

Future of Food

BBC Click features the future of food in their latest episode: producing food with less environmental impact, how 5G helps salmon farms in the Orkney... Details
Fireside Chat with Christopher Manning

Fireside Chat with Christopher Manning

In this video from Microsoft Research, Susan Dumais sits down with Christopher Manning is a Professor of Computer Science and Linguistics at Stanford University. Manning... Details
A Glimpse of Our Neuralink Future

A Glimpse of Our Neuralink Future

Siraj Raval weighs in on Elon Musk’s recent NeuraLink announcement. Details
The Quantum Internet?!

The Quantum Internet?!

What’s the future of the internet or communication in general? Could it be quantum? PBS Space Time explores the idea. Details
Sean Carroll on the Nature of the Universe, Life, and Intelligence

Sean Carroll on the Nature of the Universe, Life, and Intelligence

Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist at Caltech, specializing in quantum mechanics, gravity, and cosmology. He is the author of several popular books: one on... Details
The Thousand Brains Theory

The Thousand Brains Theory

In this video, Jeff Hawkins talks to Microsoft Research about the Thousand Brains Theory of intelligence. For more on this topic, check out the interview... Details
Moravec’s Paradox

Moravec’s Paradox

While AI has made enormous strides in recent years, there’s quite a bit of “simple things” that animals can do that AI has serious challenges... Details