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स्टेमरच स्टोर: चैनल का समर्थन करें: पेपाल (एकमुश्त दान): भाग 2: कोई नहीं जानता कि विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी का भविष्य क्या होगा, लेकिन विशेषज्ञ यह अनुमान लगाने में सक्षम हैं कि आने वाले वर्षों और दशकों में वे क्या सोचते हैं। इस वीडियो और अगले में चर्चा किए गए कुछ विषयों में संवर्धित वास्तविकता, कृत्रिम बुद्धिमत्ता, क्वांटम कंप्यूटर, अंतरिक्ष यात्रा, ऊर्जा, और बहुत कुछ शामिल हैं। पुस्तकें खरीदें: इंस्टाग्राम: ट्विटर: फेसबुक समूह में शामिल हों:।

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  1. Technology is great and I have always loved science. Mankind is way more advanced in science then they are
    in humane character, civility and human decency and it only means that they will have more power to hurt and dominate others than before and this is ever so evident by their statistics in their history and present. "The Tower of Babel" was an example of God interceding on behalf of the good of mankind. If science was more directed to our freedom, education and liberty then it would work long range.

  2. I’ve been watching your videos for a little while now and it influenced me to change my major to a stem major. You remind me of my natural curiosity and inspired me in so many different ways. Thank you so much for all that you do. My love for math and science is alive and well now thanks to you! I can not wait to get to the calculus series and physics for my classes. I’ve been out of school for 10 years now and I’m trying my best in my college algebra class but I know with all that you taught me I’ll be on my way to a happy and meaningful life!

  3. My Personal Career Specialist,
    I really liked the way you made a connection between the topics. Instead of being a bunch of discrete ideas and facts, the content had seamless flow.
    I think you could get lot of views for a video on 'Physics Engineering', which I too am searching for nowadays.I could only find just one video in youtube that provided both sides.Why don't you make one?

  4. interesting correction/addition: recently a neural network outperformed humans in simple common sense tasks(a specific kind, recognizing objects and their orientation in a space from a written description). It's scary how fast old preconceptions are made obsolete by advancements in computer technology. I imagine the common sense limitation might well be out of the way in a matter of a few years.

  5. I really like the idea of intergrating humans and robots. It’s very cool and complicated to think about that computer hardware and neurological chemicals merge that in a way merge the coding software and the psychology of the brain. I personally think that this is the right step in the direction rather than singularity. If this happens, this will truly change everything in terms of people and the world!

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