Lio: Hi Stephanie, Lio: Can I offer you something to drink? Stephanie: With pleasure, Lio. Thank you! Lio: It is important to drink enough water Stephanie: Thank you, Lio Lio: You are welcome Stephanie: Lio, now you can help me to cover the blanket Stephanie: Good night, Lio

One of the things that has been particularly interesting in the debate around how we treat kids, whether we treat them in the adult system, or in the juvenile system is the addition of neuroscience. And, neuroscience has come into the debate to help us understand a little bit more… Continue Reading Kim Taylor-Thompson on why neuroscience research is important in treating youthful offenders

Hi, my name is Joaquin Vanschoren and this is a tutorial on querying the experiment database for machine learning. The experiment database is a large database which collects experiments with data mining algorithms. It runs them on different datasets, under different parameter settings and if I have a question I… Continue Reading Experiment Database for Machine Learning Tutorial – Graphical Querying

(upbeat music) – Take one. Common mark. – When I was younger, I had a brain tumor. I was really lucky that it wasn’t cancerous, and I ended up completely and totally okay. I came to Duke and I didn’t really know what I wanted to do. I’ve always had… Continue Reading One Day One Duke: Alexis – Trinity College of Arts and Sciences

Someday in the near future, you might be wandering around town at night when out of the blue you’ll stumble across a robot. If that happens, maybe you shouldn’t be too surprised. Not so long ago, robots were mostly found in the realms of science fiction. Today, they’re vacuuming floors,… Continue Reading How Engineering Robots Works: Crash Course Engineering #33

Jabril: Yeah, that was… John Green Bot: … the BEST movie ever! Jabril: That’s not what I was gonna say. How about for the next movie night we pick a new movie that we’ll both probably like? John-Green-Bot: Maybe something romantic? How about Pride & Prejudice? Jabril: Oh John Green… Continue Reading Let’s make a movie recommendation system: Crash Course AI #16

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. We have recently witnessed the emergence of neural network-based techniques that are able to synthesize all sorts of images. Our previous episode was about NVIDIA’s algorithm that created high resolution images of imaginary celebrities that was a really cool… Continue Reading Terrain Generation With Deep Learning | Two Minute Papers #208

– Hi, my name is Tega, nice to meet you. (bright music) – I’m Hae Won Park, I’m a research scientist in the Personal Robots Group at MIT Media Lab. I build social robots like Tega and we use Tega a lot on education intervention, especially language. The linguistic skill… Continue Reading Tega, the new robot in school

IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE YOU WAKE UP, GRAB YOUR CUP OF COFFEE, AND HOP IN YOUR CAR TO DRIVE TO WORK… EXCEPT YOU’RE NOT DOING THE DRIVING. YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO SLEEP, READ A BOOK, OR EVEN GET A PHYSICAL. THIS IS A WORLD WE ALL WANT TO LIVE… Continue Reading How Close Are We to a Self-Driving World?