LouAnn Gerken: The Making of a Mind

Professor of psychology, LouAnn Gerken, talks about how our brain starts to construct models of the world and shows some interesting experiments how scientists can test what a child is capable of.

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Rodney Brooks: Remaking Manufacturing With Robotics

Former MIT robotics professor Rodney Brooks sees a great opportunity for entrepreneurs in manufacturing with robotic help.

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Richard Feynman: Fun to Imagine

I finally had the time to watch the entire Richard Feynman monologue "Fun to imagine" and I strongly recommend it.

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Unknown: Shooting stars explained

Yes. Even Astronauts.

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Douglas Adams: Human nature as an evolved creature

Douglas Adams about human evolution and what computers can do to achieve a better understanding of the world.

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