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Science and technology in Venezuela | Wikipedia audio article

Science and Technology in Venezuela includes research based on exploring Venezuela’s diverse ecology in the lives of its indigenous peoples under the Spanish rule the monarchy made very little effort to promote education in the American colonies and in particular in those in which they had less commercial interest as …

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Essay Writing

Hello so today we are going to do essay writing we will be doing how to write or make a framework for an essay and we will also see how to write the keywords that are associated with framing an essay so how to outline and how to make a …

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Grinnell College Commencement 2017 – Full Ceremony

SHORB>> Please stand as your are able. Gracious and loving God, we gather on this day to honor these graduates and to celebrate their accomplishments. We are mindful of both their wonderful and complicated journey through their college days. Over the past four years, within a community that emboldened minds …

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John Kerry ─ Every Day is Extra

You hello and welcome to this year’s Noah Krieger memorial lecture and our conversation with secretary Kerry about his new book every day is extra I’m Susan Moffett I’m the director of the talbin Center for American politics and policy here at Brown University I am so glad to see …

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IT Modernization and Agile Processes

>> Joyce Rose: Thank you. And welcome to the Child Welfare Information Technology Systems Managers and Staff Webinar Series brought to you on behalf of the Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families Children’s Bureau and presented by ICF International. Today’s webinar is entitled IT modernization and Agile …

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Jeanne Gang,

– Good evening. I’m an Anne Walters Robertson, dean of the Division of the Humanities and it is my great pleasure to welcome you to the 2018 Randy L. and Melvin R. Berlin Family Lectures. This year we are delighted to host architect and urban visionary Jeanne Gang who will …

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Wearable technology | Pauline van Dongen | TEDxMaastricht

Translator: Sarah Alonso Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard I feel it’s very important to make the fashion industry more sustainable. It’s the second most polluting industry in the world, but solar technology is developing and is becoming more thin and flexible and this really gives new opportunities for fashion. (Music) I’m a …

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Elon Musk –

Elon Musk, the dude who is building a spaceship to colonize Mars, a Cristopher Columbus-to-be, said something that got some serious attention. Humans should merge with machines if that they don’t want to become obsolete. This isn’t the first time Musk brought up this idea. He expressed quite serious concerns …

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The Moon is Artificial and I Can Prove It: Alien Observatory

No doubt you’ve heard some of the completely unexplainable stories about the moon there are the strange structures that made front-page news of major news publications but were then dismissed from all media and even photoshopped out of photos there are the strange lunar wave videos of recent years which …

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automatica 2018 – Artificial intelligence Supports Humans

Smart robots not only provide support with complex production processes in industry they’re steadily taking over the service sector whether in logistics medicine or customer service man and machine are increasingly working hand in hand and slowly but surely artificial intelligence is taking center stage whenever there’s human interaction involved …

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What is Artificial Intelligence (or Machine Learning)?

Every day, a large portion of the population is at the mercy of a rising technology, yet few actually understand what it is. Artificial intelligence. You know, HAL 9000 and Marvin the Paranoid Android? Thanks to books and movies, each generation has formed its own fantasy of a world ruled …

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