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Inside the CPU - Computerphile 11:16

Inside the CPU - Computerphile

Bubbles in the pipeline? Some of the basic operations at the heart of the CPU explained by Dr Steve Bagley. EXTRA BITS: https://youtu.be/t_RnwTW87_Q W...


Published 2 days ago • Views: 77,869

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Microsoft Hololens - Computerphile 12:38

Microsoft Hololens - Computerp...

Superb integration, but a limited field of view, Dimitri Darzentas demonstrates the incredible Microsoft Hololens. Google Tango: https://youtu.be/z1gM...


Published 1 week ago • Views: 105,858

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Google Tango - Computerphile 06:56

Google Tango - Computerphile

Taking Augmented Reality to the next level, Google's Tango uses depth cameras and lasers. Dimitri Darzentas demonstrates. Sneak peek at next video: .....


Published 1 week ago • Views: 85,592

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The Perfect Code - Computerphile 08:27

The Perfect Code - Computerphi...

Summing up why Hamming's error correcting codes are regarded as 'Perfect' - Professor Brailsford explains. EXTRA BITS: https://youtu.be/i4zC67Yf5Iw Fo...


Published 2 weeks ago • Views: 154,540

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AI "Stop Button" Problem - Computerphile 00:20

AI "Stop Button" Problem - Com...

How do you implement an on/off switch on a General Artificial Intelligence? Rob Miles explains the perils. Part 1: ...


Published 3 weeks ago • Views: 236,279

by Computerphile
General AI Won 08:54

General AI Won't Want You To F...

Part 1 of a Series on AI Safety Research with Rob Miles. Rob heads away from his 'Killer Stamp Collector' example to find a more concrete example of t...


Published 3 weeks ago • Views: 162,370

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Maze Solving - Computerphile 17:15

Maze Solving - Computerphile

Putting search algorithms into practice. Dr Mike Pound reveals he likes nothing more in his spare time, than sitting in front of the TV coding. EXTRA ...


Published 4 weeks ago • Views: 134,034

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Correcting Those Errors - Computerphile 11:55

Correcting Those Errors - Comp...

The powers of two and the algorithm that helps them correct errors. Professor Brailsford explains how to fix those one-bit blips. EXTRA BITS: ...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 49,691

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Augmented Reality & Wargaming - Computerphile 04:10

Augmented Reality & Wargaming ...

Using Optical Flow to position augmented reality content above wargaming scenes. Dimitri Darzentas is a Horizon CDT PhD student & member of the Mixed ...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 40,765

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A* (A Star) Search Algorithm - Computerphile 14:04

A* (A Star) Search Algorithm -...

Improving on Dijkstra, A* takes into account the direction of your goal. Dr Mike Pound explains. Correction: At 8min 38secs 'D' should, of course, be ...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 132,275

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3D Scanning - Computerphile 06:14

3D Scanning - Computerphile

Turning exquisitely painted miniatures into high definition 3d models using a camera and a turntable. Dimitri Darzentas is a Horizon CDT PhD student &...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 38,797

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Multiple Dimension Error Correction - Computerphile 16:36

Multiple Dimension Error Corre...

As communications become more complicated, the amount of bits required to succesfully correct an error increases, but by how much? Professor Brailsfor...


Published 1 month ago • Views: 71,316

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Digital Theatre Props - Computerphile 06:34

Digital Theatre Props - Comput...

Bringing digital into interactive theatre. Roma Patel is a designer and member of the Mixed Reality Laboratory who is looking to computing to provide ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 40,388

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Implementation - Computerphile 05:01

Implementation - Computerphile

Dicussing implementation with Professor Brailsford. Professor Brailsford emailed me after we recorded this to say that of course he should have discus...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 55,493

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Lambda Calculus - Computerphile 12:41

Lambda Calculus - Computerphil...

The basis of almost all functional programming, Professor Graham Hutton explains Lambda Calculus. http://www.facebook.com/computerphile ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 144,849

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The Portable 03:40

The Portable 'Speccy' - Comput...

Characteristically ahead of his time, Clive Sinclair built his version of the iPad, back in the late '80's. Spencer shows us his "Cambridge Computer" ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 39,949

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Linked Lists - Computerphile 10:11

Linked Lists - Computerphile

Linked Lists explained: Dr Alex Pinkney returns to Computerphile. Apologies for the traffic noise on this episode - we tried filming outside in London...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 70,437

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Code Checking Automation - Computerphile 10:39

Code Checking Automation - Com...

The original version of text messaging had a flaw, but how can we investigate problems with software quickly and easily? Professor John Hughes shows u...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 80,737

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Program, Interrupted - Computerphile 06:41

Program, Interrupted - Compute...

In day to day life interruptions are annoying, but in computing they're essential. James Fowkes explains using an Arduino. EXTRA BITS: ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 75,509

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Computer Science ∩ Mathematics (Type Theory) - Computerphile 15:56

Computer Science ∩ Mathemati...

As computers are used more and more to confirm proofs, is it time to take computer science's contribution to mathematics further? Dr Thorsten Altenkir...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 106,279

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