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Here are 10 of my favorite Jordan B. Peterson interview comebacks. One of the reasons I think Jordan Peterson is so popular is his willingness to take on contentious issues and interviewers with fearless zeal. We all want to be as strong, courageous and quick on our feet as JBP. Dr. Jordan B Peterson was raised as a Christian conservative, and began questioning religion in his early teens. He criticizes the New Atheists (specifically Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris) for oversimplifying the philosophy of Christianity when making their critiques. Peterson often points to the symbolic underlying meaning of the archetypal ideas in religious mythology when explaining his understanding of religion. He grew up in Fairview, Alberta, Canada, a small town of 3,000 people 580 km (360 mi) northwest of Edmonton, Alberta. He resided in Montreal from 1985 to 1993, where he studied under the supervision of Robert O. Pihl and Maurice Dongier. From 1993 to 1998 he lived in Arlington, Massachusetts, while teaching and conducting research at Harvard. He has resided in Toronto since 1998. At the age of 13, Peterson had joined the New Democratic Party (NDP). He remained continually active with party until the age of 18. He has two bachelor degrees from the University of Alberta. His first was in political science. After visiting Europe, Peterson became extremely interested in the psychological unpinning that created the circumstances of the Cold War and its origins within the Second World War. After this experience, he returned to the university to complete another bachelor in psychology. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from McGill University. He taught at Harvard University as an assistant and an associate professor. There he studied aggression arising from drug and alcohol abuse. During his time at Harvard, the university psychology department would frequently send any student with a strange or unusual thesis to him, as he would be willing to entertain and supervise uncommon thesis proposals. After Harvard, he returned to Canada and took a position at the University of Toronto. In March of 2017, Peterson was nominated for the position of Rector of the University of Glasgow. Peterson who received 442 votes came fifth in the election, losing to the Scottish lawyer Aamer Anwar who received just under 4500 votes. Video Notes This video was color corrected and the audio was enhanced for the best possible viewing and listening pleasure. Jordan Peterson Links: Website: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Self Authoring Program: 🤍 Books I've Read Part 1: 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 My Livestream Channel 🤍 SECRET VIDEO 🤍 Outro Song JBPWAVE5 : A Jordan Peterson Lofi Hip Hop Mix 🤍 🤍 Fair Use Notice This video may contain copyrighted material; the use of which may or may not have been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available for the purposes of education, criticism, comment, review and/or news reporting which constitute the fair use of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Not withstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work for purposes such as criticism, comment, review and news reporting is not an infringement of copyright. In addition this video is a transformative work intended to educate. Any video or sound clips included are just small portions of the original copyrighted works and used with the intention of directing people to the original works in an effort to increase both the visibility and potential market value of those copyrighted works.
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The documentary in French: 🤍 The documentary in German: 🤍 John von Neumann (1903 – 1957) was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, computer scientist, engineer and polymath. Von Neumann was generally regarded as the foremost mathematician of his time and said to be "the last representative of the great mathematicians". He integrated pure and applied sciences. Von Neumann made major contributions to many fields, including mathematics (foundations of mathematics, functional analysis, ergodic theory, representation theory, operator algebras, geometry, topology, and numerical analysis), physics (quantum mechanics, hydrodynamics, and quantum statistical mechanics), economics (game theory), computing (Von Neumann architecture, linear programming, self-replicating machines, stochastic computing), and statistics. He was a pioneer of the application of operator theory to quantum mechanics in the development of functional analysis, and a key figure in the development of game theory and the concepts of cellular automata, the universal constructor and the digital computer. Von Neumann published over 150 papers in his life: about 60 in pure mathematics, 60 in applied mathematics, 20 in physics, and the remainder on special mathematical subjects or non-mathematical ones. His last work, an unfinished manuscript written while he was in the hospital, was later published in book form as The Computer and the Brain. His analysis of the structure of self-replication preceded the discovery of the structure of DNA. In a shortlist of facts about his life he submitted to the National Academy of Sciences, he wrote, "The part of my work I consider most essential is that on quantum mechanics, which developed in Göttingen in 1926, and subsequently in Berlin in 1927–1929. Also, my work on various forms of operator theory, Berlin 1930 and Princeton 1935–1939; on the ergodic theorem, Princeton, 1931–1932." During World War II, von Neumann worked on the Manhattan Project with theoretical physicist Edward Teller, mathematician Stanislaw Ulam and others, problem-solving key steps in the nuclear physics involved in thermonuclear reactions and the hydrogen bomb. He developed the mathematical models behind the explosive lenses used in the implosion-type nuclear weapon and coined the term "kiloton" (of TNT) as a measure of the explosive force generated. After the war, he served on the General Advisory Committee of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, and consulted for organizations including the United States Air Force, the Army's Ballistic Research Laboratory, the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project, and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. As a Hungarian émigré, concerned that the Soviets would achieve nuclear superiority, he designed and promoted the policy of mutually assured destruction to limit the arms race.
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Hier gibt es die den Song "Monster" von Alli Neumann zum Stream & Download: 🤍 Mehr Info zu Alli Neumann: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 LYRICS Hallo bin ich schon wieder zu spät Es ist nicht leicht wenn ein Monster Unter deinem Bett lebt Okay, es war doch nicht so gemeint Du musst leise sein Wenn du nicht willst, dass mein Monster schreit Keine Angst du weißt ich weiß was ich tu Wenn du’s nicht handeln kannst Leg ich ne Leine an Kein Biest, das man nicht zähmen kann Hattest du nicht gefragt Hatte ich nicht gesagt Es tut mir leid, aber das Monster ist da Ahaha Es ist ein Teil von mir Ich bin ein Teil von dir Und wer wie was und warum spielen wir hier Welcome to Monster Mac Du warst lange nicht mehr hier Wo hast du dich versteckt Pay to win Log dich ein Willst du mein Endgegner sein Welcome to Monster Mac Mein Highscore heiligt alle Mittel Du bist Mittel zum Zweck Ready or not Power Attack Wach auf, America Es klingelt an deiner Tür Könn‘ wir bitte wieder spielen Ich lass dich auch nicht verlieren AhAhAh Autsch, Autsch Ist das die Wunde von mir? Wenn ich dich so seh Fang ich an zu verstehen Dass mir das Mitleid gefriert Hattest du nicht provoziert? Hatte ich nicht garantiert? Mein Monster weiß Tut nur weh, wenn ich beiß Ahhaha Ich Dir Du Mir Wir Dir Ihr Mir Ihr Ihr Ihr Wir Dieser Controller gehört mir 2x Welcome to Monster Mac Du warst lange nicht mehr hier Wo hast du dich versteckt Pay to win Log dich ein Willst du mein Endgegner sein Welcome to Monster Mac Mein Highscore heiligt alle Mittel Du bist Mittel zum Zweck Ready or not Power Attack CREDITS Director: Lewis Lloyd Producer: Paulie Voorkamp DoP: Peter Garajszki Production Design: Miren Oller Costume Design: Grace Nicholas Editor and VFX: Lewis Lloyd Shot on 16mm/Digital in Berlin Production: Pauli Productions & Lewis Lloyd World Aka. Veird Wibes 1st AD: Filipa Ekeroth 1st AC: Diego Gardo 2nd AC Film: Andrea Pedrinelli 2nd AC Digital: Sebastian Rodriguez Gaffer: Christoph Neuhaus Best Boy: Konrad Losch Grip: Mish Klares Styling Supervisor: Sandra Hemmink Costume Assistant: Olimpia Laracca Art Supervisor: Paulina Radic Art Assistant: Nuria Sastre Set Dresser: John Mcintosch Set Dresser: Spencer Kennard BTS & Runner: Sebastian Steins HMU - Alli: Samantha Pottmaier & Jean Battirola HMU - Special Effects: Eavan Derbyshire & Jesper Lindgren Drone Operator: Alfonso Moral Photographer/BTS: Maarten Delobel VFX Supervisor: Robert Rauchfuss Editor: Lewis Lloyd Colorist: Lita Bosch Title Design: Tabitha Swanson Sound Design: Julian Lautenbacher Development Lab 16mm: Cinelab London Ltd. Catering: La Vie en Toast Studio: Raketa GmbH Monster: Trevor Silverstein Herr Kommissar Werwolf: Stephan Müller Choreographer: Madeleine White Dancers: Lingji Hon, Max Blax, Carmen Lafran, Qazim Gashi, Annalise van Even, Em Orshan, David Voigt, Zihern Lee Special Thanks to Temaï, Josh and everyone at Urban Spree, Dami Import, Family Schrey, Frame24 & Cinelab London David Voigt and everyone at Birdmilk Collective & B(l)ock Jeanne Sardou at Proberaum, Cabuwazi Treptow
Reduce processing times for complex cross-company invoices from three days to 20 minutes? It’s possible with a new tool that was developed by Nicolas Neumann, finalist in the Hasso Plattner Founders’ Award competition and part of SAP’s “Autism at Work” program. Until now, the creation of complex cross-company invoices could take several days. The payables had to be processed manually and up to 20,000 line items taken into account. Nicolas, an accounts payable analyst at SAP, felt overwhelmed by the “tons” of material he had to process manually. At the same time, he identified a method that could automate the posting of complex cross-company invoices and began working on a solution. The tool simplifies accounting processes by structuring invoices automatically and transferring them directly to the ERP system. "Hasso Plattner Founders’ Award Finalist: Posting Automation Dramatically Improves Enterprise Processes - Until now, the creation of complex cross-company invoices could take several days. Payables had to be processed manually and up to 20,000 line items needed to be taken into account. Nicolas Neumann, an accounts payable analyst at SAP, felt overwhelmed by the amount of material he had to process manually. At the same time, he identified a logical method that could automate the posting of complex cross-company invoices and began working on a solution. The tool simplifies accounting processes by structuring invoices automatically and transferring them directly to the enterprise resource planning (ERP) — cutting processing times from two or three days to just 20 minutes. Posting Automation Tool for Intelligent Enterprises For SAP, posting automation provides a way to structure financial accounting more efficiently with the given resources. In addition to reducing processing times, the solution delivers other benefits, such as mapping data accuracy in real time. It helps reduce processing errors resulting from manual input. The tool can easily be implemented in SAP’s financial accounting departments worldwide as well: It doesn’t require any major investments, only a few hours of employee training. Digital Innovation for the Experience Economy Posting automation offers companies major potential for capturing added value quickly for themselves and their customers. It lets them work smarter, more efficiently, and with more agility. By promoting and improving the employee experience, the project also underscores SAP’s strategy for the experience economy and helps companies improve their bottom line. Intelligent technologies boost productivity and enable the workforce to better serve the needs of their customers. Autism at Work Program Changed His Life Neumann was born and raised in Buenos Aires. Even as a child, he always felt like he was different. So different, in fact, that as a teenager he increasingly experienced interpersonal conflicts that he did not understand or even perceive as such. Classes were easy for him but, as can be the case among people with autism, he found the noisy, fast-moving school environment challenging. “It was very hard for me back then,” remembers the 21-year-old. In contrast, his colleagues today describe him as an extremely friendly, helpful young man with incredible abilities. Neumann joined SAP in 2016 through the Autism at Work program. He has the ability to teach himself complex materials in a very short time. He taught himself to program, for example, and started working on a solution for payment automation — In his spare time, at night. When his team and mentors noticed he seemed sleepy at work, they asked him about the reasons why. Neumann worked up the courage to tell them about his innovative project, and they recognized the potential of his idea. “My entire team supported me and gave me the time to develop and realize my ideas,” he says. First, they gave him one day every week when he could dedicate his efforts exclusively to implementing his ideas for payment automation. The more he developed his tool, the more time he was given. Today he invests half of his daily working time in improving the tool and working with computer scientists and machine learning experts. Neumann has big plans for the future. He wants..." - Read the full story on the SAP News Center: 🤍
Artificial intelligence is getting smarter by leaps and bounds — within this century, research suggests, a computer AI could be as "smart" as a human being. And then, says Nick Bostrom, it will overtake us: "Machine intelligence is the last invention that humanity will ever need to make." A philosopher and technologist, Bostrom asks us to think hard about the world we're building right now, driven by thinking machines. Will our smart machines help to preserve humanity and our values — or will they have values of their own? TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at 🤍 Follow TED news on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍
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The First International Research Conference on the History of Computing was a milestone in the history of computing, drawing a global elite of computer pioneers from the first generation of electronic digital computing. Most talks are approximately 45 minutes in duration and feature a lecture with a brief question and answer period afterwards. Conference organizer and Manhattan project scientist Nicholas Metropolis discusses his work on the custom-built MANIAC computers built at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. The importance of the calculations performed on this electronic computing machine and others in the early years of the Cold War are discussed and placed in context of the overall atomic energy program. This lecture’s transcript was included in the edited volume from the conference, viz. Metropolis, N., “The MANIAC,” in Metropolis, N., and Howlett, J., Rota, Gian-Carlo, A History of Computing in the Twentieth Century, pp. 457 – 464. Catalog Number: 102639638
The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 If you think you're in complete control of your destiny or even your own actions, you're wrong. Every choice you make, every behavior you exhibit, and even every desire you have finds its roots in the social universe. In his lecture, Nicholas Christakis explains why individual actions are inextricably linked to sociological pressures. Whether you’re absorbing altruism performed by someone you’ll never meet or deciding to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge, collective phenomena affect every aspect of your life. NICHOLAS CHRISTAKIS: Nicholas A. Christakis is a physician, sociologist, and director of the Human Nature Lab at Yale University, where he is the Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science. His most recent book is Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society (March 2019). Follow him on Twitter 🤍NAChristakis TRANSCRIPT: Hi, my name is Nicholas Christakis and I'm a physician and a social scientist and the discipline I'm going to be speaking about to you today is sociology. Sociology is the field in which you study human behavior and human experience and how it relates to the fact that individuals are embedded within larger groups and collections of individuals. When you see an individual as a member of a group or the collectivity you get a completely different perspective on that person and on the groups of which they are a member and in fact, in sociology we explore a fundamental tension and that tension arises because of two facts. On the one hand you yourself have your own identity and your own agency and your own ability to make choices that affect your life, but on the other hand there is a collective responsibility for your life as well and it turns out that collective supra-individual factors can have as much to do with all kinds of aspects of your life, including whether you live or die as your own genes or your own choices and it turns out that supra-individual collective factors can have as much to do with what happens to you in your life and even with whether you live or die as things within you, your own genes or your own choices. Now supra-individual factors such as where you live, what kind of networks you are a part of, social interactions you are a part of, what kind of institutions are nearby, for instance governments or hospitals, all of these are critical in shaping your life and all of our lives and these supra-individual factors can include things like inequality, culture and religion as well. Supra-individual factors like where you live or where you are located in these vast face-to-face networks that we human beings assemble or what kinds of formal institutions are near you like governments or hospitals for example can have as much to do with what happens to you in your life as your own decisions and your own actions. Other sorts of things are important too, like inequality or culture or religion and those sorts of supra-individual factors have a similar importance. This is the difference between what we want to understand as structure and agency between social constraints and opportunities on the one hand and individual choices and actions on the other hand and a second key idea beyond that first one- This the difference between structure and agency, between collective constraints and opportunities that constrain and permit you to do certain kinds of things in your life on the one hand and your own individual choices and actions that permit you to do other sorts of things on the other hand. That is the first big idea that I’d like to communicate today. The second big idea that sociology explores and that I would like to communicate today is that collective phenomena are not mere aggregations of individual phenomena. There is something different, something special about groups of people, about collectivities that does not reside within the individuals themselves, something that emerges, something that transcends, something that is above and not a part of solely individual kinds of things that you might think of. A second key idea in sociology is that collective phenomena are not mere aggregations of individual phenomena. There is something special, something weird almost about groups of individuals, about collectivities, something weird that you cannot see if you just study individuals, but that you must study whole groups of people in order to really understand. So how did I become... Read the full transcript at 🤍
Nicolas Neumann aus Berlin ist 15 Jahre alt, als er für seine immer stärkere Atemnot nach nach vielen Untersuchungen endlich eine Diagnose gefunden wird: Pulmonale kapilläre Hämangiomatose. Eine sehr seltene Form des Lungenhochdrucks. „Damals gab es einen 5-Zeiler im größten Lungenlexikon der Welt; Schlusssatz: ‚Endet durch Herzversagen tödlich.‘", erinnert sich Nicolas Neumann. Doch der Patient und seine Ärzte gaben nicht auf. In der Nacht vom 5. auf dem 6. August 2010 wurde Nicolas Neumann schließlich lungentransplantiert. Er erzählt: "Nach meiner Transplantation brauchte ich nur 6 Wochen und war wieder da. Fit und durch die Reha vorbereitet auf mein neues Leben. Ich war wirklich ein Durchstarter. Ich habe einige Monate nach meiner Transplantation wieder die Schule besucht und mein Abitur gemacht. Keine zwei Jahre später ging es los mit meinem dualen Studium in Berlin, die Übernahme in mein Unternehmen folgte. Insgesamt bin ich also seit nunmehr 8 Jahren in Vollzeit angestellt. Es geht mir einfach super! Ich genieße mein Leben. In meinem Unternehmen lernte ich meine Partnerin kennen, mit der ich insgesamt 3 Kinder habe, unser gemeinsamer Sohn kam im Januar 2016 zur Welt, gesund, süß und frech, wie kleine Jungs so sind. Als Familie unternehmen wir viele Ausflügen Urlaube und was uns sonst noch so einfällt. Eins steht fest: Still sitzen können wir nicht. Wir sind sehr aktiv." Sein Fazit heute: "Ein neues Leben ist ein großartiges Geschenk, für das ich ewig dankbar sein werde. Daher nochmals: Danke an meinen Spender!" Nicolas Neumann hat uns seine Geschichte auch in einem Video erzählt. 12 Minuten, die sich wirklich lohnen, wenn Ihr wissen wollt, was eine Organspende bewirken kann! Wer lieber liest: 🤍 Wir danken Nicolas Neumann ganz herzlich für diesen beeindruckenden Beitrag zu unserer Serie #aufatmen zum 30. Jahrestag der ersten Lungentransplantation am DHZB!
Yamaha Artist Balazs Neumann showcases the MODX+ Synthesizer in this performance of short composition. Balázs Neumann is an award-winning Pianist, composer and producer. Balázs is active in numerous projects and productions, such as the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra & Budapest Jazz Orchestra, as well as scoring films and leading the Balázs Neumann Trio. Learn more about MODX8+, a lightweight 88-key weighted action synthesizer with a variety of piano, instrument, and synth sounds for the stage, studio or streaming: 🤍yamaha.com/2/modxplus Links: YamahaSynth.com | Get more out of your synths and stage keyboards with tutorials, demos and forums YamahaSynth.Ideascale.com | Post your synth and stage keyboard product requests here Soundmondo.com | Social Sound Sharing for Yamaha synths and stage keyboards Soundcloud.com/YamahaSynth | Podcasts, Interviews, demos and more musicproductionguide.eu | Official guides from Yamaha & EASY SOUNDS for Yamaha Music Production (German/English). Stay connected for all Yamaha Synths news & updates! Subscribe: bit.ly/YamahaSynthsSubscribe Facebook: bit.ly/YamahaSynthsFB Instagram: bit.ly/YamahaSynthsIG Web: yamahasynth.com #YamahaSynths Got a question for Tech Talk? Ask here: Yamaha.io/TechTalkQuestions
Enjoy this solo performance from award-winning pianist and composer Balázs Neumann. Balázs joined us at our Synth Space Berlin to get to know the new MODX8+ Synthesizer. Balázs Neumann is an award-winning Pianist, composer and producer. Balázs is active in numerous projects and productions, such as the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra & Budapest Jazz Orchestra, as well as scoring films and leading the Balázs Neumann Trio. Learn more about MODX8+, a lightweight 88-key weighted action synthesizer with a variety of piano, instrument, and synth sounds for the stage, studio or streaming: 🤍yamaha.com/2/modxplus Links: YamahaSynth.com | Get more out of your synths and stage keyboards with tutorials, demos and forums YamahaSynth.Ideascale.com | Post your synth and stage keyboard product requests here Soundmondo.com | Social Sound Sharing for Yamaha synths and stage keyboards Soundcloud.com/YamahaSynth | Podcasts, Interviews, demos and more musicproductionguide.eu | Official guides from Yamaha & EASY SOUNDS for Yamaha Music Production (German/English). Stay connected for all Yamaha Synths news & updates! Subscribe: bit.ly/YamahaSynthsSubscribe Facebook: bit.ly/YamahaSynthsFB Instagram: bit.ly/YamahaSynthsIG Web: yamahasynth.com #YamahaSynths Got a question for Tech Talk? Ask here: Yamaha.io/TechTalkQuestions
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Nanobots in Your Brain Could Be the Future of Learning Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 Nicholas Negroponte doesn't like to make predictions about the future; he prefers extrapolations based on research. But if pushed to make a guess about future innovation,Negroponte says that biotechnology will be like digital was 20 years ago. In this clip, he imagines a future in which information and knowledge can be delivered to the brain via tiny robots in your bloodstream. NICHOLAS NEGROPONTE: Nicholas Negroponte is the co-founder (with Jerome B. Wiesner) of the MIT Media Lab (1985), which he directed for its first 20 years. A graduate of MIT, Negroponte was a pioneer in the field of computer-aided design and has been a member of the MIT faculty since 1966. He gave the first TED talk in 1984, as well as 13 since. He is author of the 1995 best seller, Being Digital, which has been translated into more than 40 languages. In 2005 he founded the non-profit One Laptop per Child, which deployed $1 billion of laptops for primary education in the developing world. In the private sector, Negroponte served on the board of directors of Motorola (for 15 years) and was general partner in a venture capital firm specializing in digital technologies for information and entertainment. He has personally provided start-up funds for more than 40 companies, including Zagats and Wired magazine. TRANSCRIPT: Nicholas Negroponte: I gave a talk at the first TED in 1984 that was two hours long and it had five predictions in it that more or less all came true. And people called them predictions but they really weren’t predictions. They were extrapolations. The reason I talked for two hours is not because I was Fidel Castro and I was giving a rally. It’s because I had 15 years of research stored up and was about to open the media lab and it was real easy to talk about what we were gonna do and some of it even seemed old hat even though in retrospect people thought, oh, this is amazingly predictive. 30 years later, they say make a prediction as if I had made predictions the first time which I hadn’t. So this year I actually did make a prediction and it is in the prediction category in the sense that it’s not an extrapolation of work I’ve been doing for 15 years. But it’s part of work that some of my colleagues have started at the media lab which is really looking at the brain. Not just mapping the brain but how do you interact with the brain pretty directly. And almost everybody who’s done that has done it from the outside, you know, with sticking pins and needles or, you know, EEG or MEG or other ways. And the key to my prediction is the best way to interact with the brain is from the inside, from the bloodstream. Because if you inject tiny robots into the bloodstream they can get very close to all the cells and nerves and things in your brain, really close. So if you want to input information or read information, you do it through the bloodstream. So by extension – and this is, you know, why it’s a prediction because it’s by extension, you could in theory load Shakespeare into your bloodstream and as the little robots get to the various parts of the brain they deposit little pieces of Shakespeare or little pieces of French if you want to learn how to speak French. So in theory you can ingest information and that was my prediction. I won’t be around to see whether it’s true but, you know, like many of these predictions it doesn’t have to be true as long as it gets people thinking. And there are people thinking about this and looking at it quite seriously. And I think it’s an area in sort of synthetic biology and sort of the interface between biology and silicon that is really what the future’s about. The digital world today is like plastics were 25 years ago. It’s an important field but kind of over. Digital world is like plastics and the biotech world is the next phase. Directed/Produced by Jonathan Fowler and Dillon Fitton Nicholas Negroponte doesn't like to make predictions about the future; he prefers extrapolations based on research. But if pushed to make a guess about future innovation,Negroponte says that biotechnology will be like digital was 20 years ago. In this clip, he imagines a future in which information and knowledge can be delivered to the brain via tiny robots in your bloodstream.
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Neumann University student Alex Calvello explains how he benefits from his business administration professors' real life experiences in his field of study. #NeumannUniversity #Majors #Business
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The Embassy had the honour of welcoming Dr. Melanie Neumann as invited speaker for the Irish Friday Club in November 2020. Dr. Neumann talked about her dissertation research in which she focussed on the history, present and future of the Irish diaspora in Berlin.
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President Nicolas Maduro has stayed in power with support from Russia, Cuba, China, Turkey and Iran. Backed by the west, Juan Guaido declared himself president three years ago - but the Opposition has now rejected his leadership. What has to happen to Venezuela's foreign assets he controlled? What is next for Venezuela? Presenter: Imran Khan Guests: Temir Porras, Managing Director of Global Sovereign Advisory and previously deputy foreign minister and adviser to President Hugo Chavez and Chief of Staff to President Nicolás Maduro. Vanessa Neumann, Founder & CEO of Asymmetrica, a political risk firm in New York and a former Official Representative for Juan Guaidó to the UK & Ireland. Phil Gunson, Senior Analyst at the International Crisis Group, and a Latin America consultant based in Caracas. #Venezuela #VenezueCrisis #Guaido #Maduro #AlJazeeraEnglish