>>Yvette Nameth: And up next, we have Brian Gogan, talking about Chromecast testing.>>Brian Gogan: Hi, guys. So after all that talk of delicious dumplings and lunch, I’m sure there’s some post-food coma setting in. I’ll try to keep it fast. My name is Brian Gogan, I’m a software engineer, tools… Continue Reading GTAC 2015: Chromecast Test Automation

JUDY WOODRUFF: The impeachment inquiry under way in the U.S. Congress began after President Trump’s July phone call with Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky. But Mr. Trump has repeatedly charged that the real wrongdoing was by Ukrainians. He asserts that they colluded against him in the past. William Brangham begins our… Continue Reading The problems with Trump’s claims of Ukrainian election interference

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: a country on strike. France comes to a nationwide standstill, as protests over pension reform close schools and stop trains. Then: anatomy of a conspiracy — how a disproven narrative tying Ukraine to interference in the 2016 election found… Continue Reading PBS NewsHour full episode December 6, 2019

>>So we have a great panel here. This is entitled Building a Impactful STEM Career. I’m trying to talk to a couple of you, find out where you are in the education process. How many of you are in a graduate program right now? For those who aren’t, what’s your… Continue Reading I Chose STEM – Creating impact through STEM careers

What is automation? It’s essentially technology in the workforce. And as this technology enters the workforce — as, essentially, employers hire robots — what is the social impact? In an effort to answer some of these questions, I decided to hit the road across a swath of the Midwest. The… Continue Reading Robot-Proof Jobs with David Brancaccio

PPI Technologies Group is a packaging machinery company. This is a premade pouch fill seal machine. We partnered with Cognex and Teknical Group to come up with a solution for us to provide a vision system on our equipment based on the challenges we were seeing with print and OCR… Continue Reading Deep Learning OCR with PPI Technologies Group & Teknical

(intense music) – In this century probably, we will be building this hugely consequential thing which is the first general intelligence that will be smarter than humans. (gentle upbeat music) This involves an enormous responsibility. This is like maybe the most important thing that our species will ever have done… Continue Reading Nick Bostrom on Superintelligence and the Future of AI

MALE SPEAKER: Good afternoon. And welcome to Authors in Google in Cambridge. Today, it’s my very great pleasure to introduce Stephen Kinzer. We’ll be discussing his newest book, “The Brothers. John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles and their Secret World War.” Stephen Kinzer is an award-winning foreign correspondent who has unflinchingly… Continue Reading Stephen Kinzer, “The Brothers” | Talks at Google

HERMES is a humanoid platform that we’ve been trying to develop in order to deploy into disaster situations scenarios. So you want to be able to deploy a human, but once its too dangerous to deploy a human itself we wanted to be able to deploy something that could do… Continue Reading Robot with human reflexes

When we’re walking we’re not really thinking about what we’re doing But in fact walking is a very complex movement that requires us to coordinate the motion of all sorts of different parts of our body so that our feet are able to land exactly in the right place and… Continue Reading Science Snapshot: Untangling Space and Time in the Brain #neuroscience #cerebellum