• Developmental Language Disorder – Boys Town National Research Hospital Web
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    Developmental Language Disorder – Boys Town National Research Hospital Web

    DLD stands for Developmental Language Disorder. It’s a fairly common problem. It affects about 7% of the population and the term itself describes a difficulty learning to talk and understand language. The problem is often evident in early childhood but it follows you into adulthood. Even as young children these people can talk. They can communicate. They would just do so more simply or in a less rich way that you might expect for their age. DLD is more common than autism. Even though we have all heard about autism and it is much rarer for people to have heard of DLD. Sometimes when parents become concerned that their child…

  • Ze Frank’s web playroom
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    Ze Frank’s web playroom

    Every presentation needs this slide in it. (Laughter) It’s beautiful, isn’t it? Do you see? All the points, all the lines — it’s incredible. It is the network; and in my case, the network has been important in media, because I get to connect to people. Isn’t it amazing? Through that, I connect to people. And the way that I’ve been doing it has been multifaceted. For example, I get people to dress up their vacuum cleaners. (Laughter) I put together projects like Earth Sandwich, where I ask people to try and simultaneously place two pieces of bread perfectly opposite each other on the Earth. And people started laying bread…

  • Managing Resource Limits like CPU Usage and Memory Usage in GoDaddy’s cPanel
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    Managing Resource Limits like CPU Usage and Memory Usage in GoDaddy’s cPanel

    – [Braden] Hello YouTube, this is Braden with Midwest Websites. Your solution for business website design and search engine optimization. Looking for a place to build your new website? Swing by our store to check out our variety of WYSIWYGs, cPanels, WordPress environments and more. Link in the description below. Now, if your website was built using one of the many applications out there like these, that are available for designing websites for businesses, blogs, or other functions, odds are you may have gotten an email notification if you hosted them on a GoDaddy cPanel, saying that you were approaching or exceeding your resource limits. Take these email notifications with…

  • The Extreme Physics Pushing Moore’s Law to the Next Level
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    The Extreme Physics Pushing Moore’s Law to the Next Level

    We’re suiting up to take you inside a clean room that’s building an engineering marvel that’ll push the entire electronics industry to the next frontier. They’re both amazing machines and scary machines. There’s an enormous amount of complexity with them. There’s an enormous number of things that can potentially go wrong. It’s something that you don’t necessarily sleep well at night, just having the machine on your floor. It’s about the size of a school bus, weighing over 180,000 kilograms, with over 100,000 parts, and 3,000 interlocking cables. Pop the hood and you’ll see lasers shooting tiny droplets of tin, generating plasma that’ll get collected and reflected by a series of mirrors,…

  • Jimmy Zhu: Creating Pervasive AI with Remanence Computing
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    Jimmy Zhu: Creating Pervasive AI with Remanence Computing

    The remanence computing is a group effort here at Carnegie Mellon. And the purpose of remanence computing is really trying to make the artificial intelligence (AI) pervasive, and pervasive in the sense of broad applications and especially in your daily lives. However, today’s computer hardware platform is actually not suitable for pervasive AI because the nature of the silicon wafer is two dimensional basically. So the logic and the memory and the data actually are all separated and the computer, the core memory, the DRAM, is on a different chip with a microprocessor, and the storage data at the main data is on either a solid state device or a…

  • Server RAM: Maximize Server Memory – Kingston Technologies
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    Server RAM: Maximize Server Memory – Kingston Technologies

    Hi, I’m Mike with Kingston Technology. Configuring your server with memory requires a solid understanding of how to balance power, capacity, and performance. Some applications require the maximum memory performance a system can support. Today, I’m going to show you how to configure the memory in your server to optimize for the highest memory bandwidth. For more information and available options, refer to “Maxizing Performance for Server” on Kingston.com. For this demonstration, our goal will be to achieve 256GB of system memory operating at 1600MHz. We’ll be using an HP Proliant DL380P Gen 8, with two Xeon E5 2650 processors and 16 of Kingston’s 16GB DDR3-1600 Registered DIMMs. Before we…

  • Server RAM: How to Build a Low-Power Server – Kingston Technologies
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    Server RAM: How to Build a Low-Power Server – Kingston Technologies

    Hi, I’m Mike with Kingston. How you use memory, and which type you use, requires a solid understanding of how to balance power, capacity and performance. Using low voltage server memory and optimizing your installation with a low power strategy, can save 10% or more of your server’s total power consumption. This strategy can multiply across a data center, adding up to real savings. In this video, I’m going to show you how to configure your server memory to minimize power consumption. For more information and available options, please refer to the Kingston website and the paper entitled Minimizing Power for Server. When it comes to installing or upgrading your…

  • Graphene Computing & 3D Integrated Circuits To Increase Computing Performance
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    Graphene Computing & 3D Integrated Circuits To Increase Computing Performance

    Hi, thanks for tuning into Singularity Prosperity. This video is the fourth in a multi-part series discussing computing. In this video, we’ll be discussing computing performance and efficiency, as well as how the computer industry plans on maximizing them. [Music] The performance of a computer isn’t measured by its speed but by the operations it can do. Thus, a new unit of measurement, the flop was introduced. The number of floating-point operations a computing device can do per second. Observing the trend from the 1960s, the performance of computers has grown 11 orders of magnitude, in other words, 100 billion times. From 1 MegaFLOP, 1 million instructions a second, in…

  • What Is Optical Computing (Computing At The Speed of Light)
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    What Is Optical Computing (Computing At The Speed of Light)

    Hi, thanks for tuning into Singularity Prosperity. This video is the eighth in a multi-part series discussing computing and the first discussing non-classical computing. In this video, we’ll be discussing what optical computing is and the impact it will have on the field of computing. The speed of computation is limited by two factors: how fast information can be moved, data transfer, and how fast that information can be processed, data computation. Currently, this limit is imposed via the properties of electricity, the flow of electrons. There is however another field of computing focused on a different paradigm, optical computing, also called photonic computing. This refers to the use of…

  • 5 Devastating Security Flaws You’ve Never Heard Of
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    5 Devastating Security Flaws You’ve Never Heard Of

    [♪ INTRO] Nobody wants to get hacked. Victims can have their identities stolen, their private photos leaked, or their computers infected with malicious software, AKA malware. Hackers can even block or quietly replace websites, software, and files. Whatever Hollywood thinks, though, hacking doesn’t magically happen when you type really fast. There has to be some security vulnerability, some hole that lets the hackers do something they shouldn’t be able to do. The most vulnerable component is usually the one sitting between the chair and the keyboard. But often there are hidden flaws in the technology itself. In 2017 alone, companies and researchers reported nearly 15,000 security vulnerabilities in tech products.…