In a true world Asimov’s Laws of Robotics fail

Rob Miles, from the University of Nottingham, AI researcher, explains why Asimov’s Law of Robotics are nothing else than good writing material. When it comes to the true nature of computers and robots Rob Miles tells us that AI doesn’t work like that and the hardest part is to teach machines what a “person” is. […]

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Case fans: do they help when using a gaming pc?

Yes, they do help, not even the gamers, but anyone else too. You need to use at least 2-3 fans inside the computer case in order to provide a steady flow of new, cooled air so that the motherboard, CPU and video card can run at lower temps. In the video from above you will […]

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Solar Sail? Yes, you can use light to propel your ship into the space void

The physics behind light sailing is well established and it’s been already tested numerous times. Usually when you send a satellite into space you will notice that its trajectory is not exactly as calculates because the light that hits it imparts a minor, albeit noticeable over millions of miles, effect. That small nudge the light […]

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Thursday Fun: GTA V mod with meteors

Waiting for my new gaming pc. But when it comes, GTA V will burn. With meteors. Mod made by GTA X Scripting.

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History of the iPhone

The iPhone is an iconic device that shaped the current generation of smartphone users. Basically, smartphones started their age when the iPhone was launched, so Apple can be proud of being a road opener. Linus goes through a short history of the iPhone: – 2007: first iPhone; touch, multitouch, a better mobile browser – 2008: […]

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Vsauce – Juvenoia

“Juvenoia is an exaggerated fear about the influence of social change on children and youth” (University of New Hampshire – PDF). Vsauce aka Michael goes on to investigate if and why is there a generation gap. Was this gap in there for ever? Did something happen in the last centuries? Do these fears have any […]

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TED-Ed: How do hard drives work?

This is computer hardware 101, but many think that some occult thing is going on inside the hard drives. Nothing short of science, we all can say. The data is stored as a string of bits, 1s and 0s, which are, in fact, small patches of magnetic material magnetized in one way or the other. […]

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Fallout Beer in UK. Buy it on Amazon!

Mundane Matt informs us that Carlsberg and Bethesda have worked together to create the Fallout Beer which can be pre-ordered on Amazon. The beer will be released on November the 5th. Now, that is the first time when a pc video game has gotten its own beer. Ok, it’s not Nuke Cola, but it is […]

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Digital audio? How do they do that?

It is not an easy task to transform audio waves into bits, but this can be done using various techniques. In the video from above we will learn about Bit Depth and Sample Frequency, two important aspects of digital audio. Basically the Bit Depth is recording the volume of the sound and splitting it into […]

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Learn about Acer Predator X34 Gaming Monitor from Linus

When it comes to gaming hardware I always look up to Linus and Jay to get all the updated info and reports on upcoming video carts, motherboards, CPUs and overall advice on how to use them. In the video from above you Acer Predator X34 Gaming Monitor Linus explains why he likes this piece of […]

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