Why is Technology Used?
Redefining Learning & Teaching using Technology. | Jason Brown | TEDxNorwichED
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this is scientifically inaccurate
I'm born in the right decade, or came just a bit too early and found out on all the good stuff when it is in its heyday.
This channel will grow huge
all the tech shown in this video was created 10 years ago or moreits just that the computer industry worked with silicon and improved it and wont change to a better material because it will have to change its entire assembly line to make themnow that they can no longer do that, they turn to material scientists with stored ideas from over a decade ago to improve computing!
if you simulate the human brain with transistors it wont be as efficientdedicated neural units maybe better but som1s gotta make and design themyou could train them on a standard computer so they learn faster then move them onto dedicated hardware
Gonna try and actually prove the black hole theory ehh?
is there a way I can download this gentlemans script as a way of taking notes?
How much is 1 to the power of 50 flops? I found no search results? And that's by using a black hole as a computing device
I watched all your videos
the video is very informative
Will we have exaflop chips in personal computers?
Ghostbusters 2016 was a mega flop. Was it a computer?
You should do a video on optical electrical computing hybrid
Just a little correction , next year we are expecting to have a 34 exoflop supercomputer , tachyum is building it , it will be the power of 34 human brains , and will be significantly more powerful than the 1.2 exaflop supercomputer planned by US gov in 2021 and according to a the head of true North we will also get a neuromorphic chip as powerful as the human brain next year also. Mabye this will shake these AGI denyers out of their skepticism. I have no doubt we will have an AGI within 5 years after the breakthroughs that will be made this year at Darpa. Rey Kurzweil predicted an AGI as smart as a human by 2029 , but he never predicted the rapid progress in quantum computing that could enable a super intelligent AI within 5 years and he never predicted elon Musks neuralink that will enable us to scan whole cortical columns starting in 2019
Hey man, love the content, but you could really use a high-pass filter. Please, lol.
i knew that voice sounded familiar…. whatsup Napoleon Dynamites brother!!!!
We need a new cpu architecture
Great videos you have here…liked,suscribed …:D
If 1 EXAFLOP will simulate the human brain, at that point, wouldn't the computer be smarter then humans because it will be able to access all that information while we as humans have that brainpower but don't/cannot access all parts of our brain?
Is that how humans solve super advance mathematical equations and find new technologies, by allowing super computers to think for us?
Bro please slow down
We need Nano avatar robots controlled with vr glasses so nano can moved forward
Graphene based electronics 😍😍😍
Best channel on YouTube about computing
interesting but humans are always superior due DNA.
1 exaflop can't simulate the brain we will need a lot of connections
Love your video, but would be even better if background music was lower and you slowed down a bit. Very hard to follow at times, had to watch a few times. Awesome content and graphics. Kudos to you.
still waiting for graphine
Why doesn’t NVIDIA make CPU ?
I like It.
Your Videos are amazing. Keep up the good work.
I can't stop watching your videos, great content.
Graphene is now the real vibranium
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i9 9900k clocked at 7.2 GHz
The assumption that one could increase the Clockspeed of a CPU to the 10^12 Herz just because heat generation sinks low is false. This is due to the fact that the wavelength of the electromagnetic waves becomes too small for the chip to remain controllable. There is a reason as to why CPU are as small as about 4cm, while the wavelenth is about 6cm at 5 GHz. At THz the CPU would have to be smaller then 300 micro meters.
Im a subscriber of this chamel before millions.
wow this is so optimistic. but thanks, good video
Even though Summit currently runs at 200 petaflops, they too say that their upgrades will be around 1 exaflop around 2020 so that's right in line with this prediction.
Good video, but your microphone picks up way too much bass. Makes it very boomy and muddled.
O ja pierdole… 😉 (classic and contemporary Polish: "WOW!!!")
Bro i spent like the last hour or so watching a bunch of your videos. You use computers everyday but rarely do you ever stop to think how it all actually works. You just know it does work so your questions stop there. Its cool to see how it all works together. Awesome vids!
a very fast sculptor sculpts a rock say 100grams per second. if you come with a hammer and start chipping at the rock at 1grams per second, you are slow, so what's the solution? get a bigger hammer, and chip 20 50 60 75 then 100 grams per second. the rock is smitherines, doesn't make it a sculpture.
If the human brain is by far faster and more efficient than any supercomputer then we need to make the next computers out of fat and protein not nano tubes right??
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