How AI Art Could Enhance Humanity’s Collective Memory | Refik Anadol | TED
With data as his paintbrush, media artist Refik Anadol trains AI algorithms to visualize the disappearing wonders of nature. He gives a beautiful tour of his recent work -- imagery of artificial coral reefs, flowers, rainforests -- and ponders: Can we use AI to preserve our memories of the fading natural world?
Spy Octopus Helps A New Friend
To avoid predators a coconut octopus needs to think quick but with 9 brains that should be easy...and Spy Octopus is at hand to lend a helping tentacle.
How AI Is Revolutionizing Deep Ocean Research
With so much of the ocean left unexplored, and a limited number of deep ocean specialists, could AI help scientists to drive major breakthroughs?
ChatGPT Explained Completely.
ChatGPT is now the fastest-growing consumer app in human history. Problem is, almost no one knows how it actually works. This is everything you need to know.
How I Built My Prosthetic Arm With LEGO Bricks
The genius engineering student was born without a right forearm, but now makes his own prosthetics using the creative power of LEGO bricks.
How To Design A Mars Rover
Today, the crew at The Fort learn about engineers and how they design different ways to solve problems like they did for the rovers exploring Mars!
What Cake Can Teach Us About AI?
How is artificial intelligence (AI) a lot like cake?
Are solar panels worth it?
Today in many countries solar is the cheapest form of energy to produce. Millions of homes are equipped with rooftop solar, with most units paying for themselves in their first seven to 12 years and then generating further savings.
Meet The Mars Rover
Squeaks and Jessi explore how scientists can learn things about Mars by sending rovers to land on it.
How Will Humans Live On Mars?
Squeaks and Jessi make a travel plan and packing list that will help them overcome the challenges of life on Mars!
NASA's Artemis Highlights
Ride along with NASA’s Orion capsule on the Artemis I mission around the Moon and back.
YouTube’s Science Scam Crisis
There’s a tsunami of science spam on YouTube. Why does it all look the same? How much harm does it do? Do not watch these low-effort, AI-generated, cash grabs.
How One Design Flaw Almost Toppled A Skyscraper
Dig into the unique engineering of New York City’s Citicorp Center tower, and the design flaw that threatened to topple it.
How Will We Get To Mars?
Mars has a ton of amazing features waiting to be explored, but we have to get there first.
Halle Bailey Sits Down with Nat Geo Explorer Aliyah Griffith | National Geographic
Executive Editor Debra Adams Simmons sits down with Halle Bailey, “Ariel” in Disney’s new movie The Little Mermaid, and Aliyah Griffith, Marine Scientist, National Geographic Explorer, and Founder of Mahogany Mermaids.
VR In The Classroom
A classroom of kids in Newfoundland investigates the pros and cons of virtual reality as the kids are using technology and it’s making news headlines.
Why Lightbulbs Might Be The Best Invention Ever
Lightbulbs might be the best idea ever – just not for light.
The HUGE Problem with ChatGPT
Free-to-use, exceptionally powerful artificial intelligences are available to more people than ever, seemingly making some kind of news every day.
The Business Behind Kurzgesagt
In 2023, Kurzgesagt has existed for 10 years (which is insanely long in internet years).
How Quantum Computers Break The Internet
A quantum computer in the next decade could crack the encryption our society relies on using Shor's Algorithm.
The Magic Of 3D Projection Mapping
Projection mapping is a new art form that transforms everyday objects into an animated canvas.