• How Far is Too Far? | The Age of A.I.
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    How Far is Too Far? | The Age of A.I.

    Welcome to YouTube Original Stages, once home to Howard Hughes’s Spruce Goose assembly hangar, and home to much of the firstIron Man,filmed 12 years ago. Many happy memories here. And speaking of taking a look back… Technology. It’s advancing faster and taking less time to be widely adopted than ever before, like as in it took roughly 10,000 years to go from writing to printing press, but only about 500 more to get to email. Now it seems we’re at the dawn of a new age, the age of A.I… Artificial Intelligence. Please define. [automated voice speaking] Uh-huh, okay. There you have it. What does it mean? I don’t know.…

  • BEST WEBSITES TO WATCH ANIME [2020]
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    BEST WEBSITES TO WATCH ANIME [2020]

    hey guys today I’ll be sharing the best websites to watch for free I left all the sites in the bottom if you know a good website I haven’t mentioned feel free to share it in the comments so more people could find out about it alright so head over to your browser the first website is called name some of you may have heard about this website lots of people on YouTube tend to be sponsored by it to promote the website itself marketing tactics it allows you to watch for free and although there are some ads on the website there isn’t a lot of them so here’s…

  • The Man Who Invented The World Wide Web Has Mixed Feelings About What The Internet Has Become | TIME
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    The Man Who Invented The World Wide Web Has Mixed Feelings About What The Internet Has Become | TIME

    Thirty years ago, I Submitted a vague but exciting proposal for a free open permissionless space for all of humanity to share knowledge and ideas Today half the world’s population is still unconnected and Those of us who are online feel that our rights and freedoms are Not fully protected and respected the fight for the web we want is one of the most important causes of our time the web foundation is collaboratively building a Contract for the web Bringing government’s companies and citizens together to commit to building a better web

  • Building Dynamic Web Apps with Laravel by Eric Ouyang
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    Building Dynamic Web Apps with Laravel by Eric Ouyang

    >>[MUSIC PLAYING] >>ERIC OUYANG: Hey, everyone. Welcome. This is Building Dynamic Web Apps with Laravel. My name is Eric Ouyang. I am a sophomore studying social studies with a secondary in computer science, and I live in Adams House here at Harvard.>>So Laravel, at its most core, is a MVC web app framework. So like what you guys have been doing with CS50 Finance, Laravel is a framework that allows you to build dynamic web apps. So you can think of it in some senses as an extension of the type of stuff you’ve been doing in CS50 Finance, but a system that’s a lot more robust, a lot more…

  • The Part that Matters is YOU | MISUMI
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    The Part that Matters is YOU | MISUMI

    MISUMI is a Global and Manufacturing Distribution company headquartered out of Japan. We’ve been around for 60 years. MISUMI is a Manufacturer and Distributor of configurable components. Made to order components online. Sold in the factory automation industry. We have an unbelievable variety of parts. We can make it any size, any spec, any length, any color. Customers like Tesla, Panasonic, Denso, Aisin, Hitatchi, large companies that come to us. We make sure that they can get the highest quality, lowest cost, in the quickest time. We work really well with both the engineer who is experienced in what they’re doing to the marketing and purchasing professional all the way…

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    HTML, CSS – Lecture 1 – CS50’s Web Programming with Python and JavaScript

    [MUSIC PLAYING] BRIAN YU: Welcome back, everyone, to Web Programming with Python and JavaScript. Today we’re going to continue where we left off from last week. So last week, if you recall, we talked about Git, a version control tool that lets us manage different versions of our project, and keep track whenever we make new changes to our project, and let us look back at the history of changes that we made to our project. And then we also took a look at HTML, which let us lay out a website how we wanted to, as well as CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, which allowed us to take a…

  • ORMs, APIs – Lecture 4 – CS50’s Web Programming with Python and JavaScript
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    ORMs, APIs – Lecture 4 – CS50’s Web Programming with Python and JavaScript

    [MUSIC PLAYING] BRIAN YU: Welcome back, everyone, to web programming with Python and JavaScript. So picking up where we left off last time– we were talking about data and, ultimately, how to represent data in our web applications– ultimately in the form of databases. So we looked a lot at this example of trying to represent airlines and the things that an airline might need to keep track of– keeping track of different flights, each of which has an origin and a destination and a duration for how long that flight is. And today, we’re going to dive in even more into databases, looking at how we can take advantage…