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Courses, lesson designs and workshops making complex tech topics accessible and intriguing for any audience.
With over 2 million dreamers joining our odyssey, we turned nighttime curiosities into daytime revelations including Ancient Egyption dream interpretation, why Tetris players might dream of tetraminos, and what Freud got right (and wrong).
Throughout history, human populations have mostly moved around, and cities of the future might want to too - whether it's a metropolis moving across the land, a sea-city that disintegrates and reconstitutes itself, or a mining city floating in the dense atmosphere of a planet, this episode looks at how – and why– cities of the future might want to be mobile.
In history, many communities popped up around factories. But, in the future, we might need to use entire planets to manufacture enough materials for the megaprojects of the future. Writers have tackled these topics in everything from the Brainship Series to Dune to Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, including what could happen when a company owns an entire planet.
In this popular award-nominated animated TED Ed video, we went through the three main types of machine learning: supervised learning, unsupervised learning and reinforcement learning for an educational video aimed at high school students.
Our collaboration on Discovery's top podcast, Curiosity Daily, featured episodes on a wide range of topics from astrophysics to chemistry to computer science to biology. They can't all be our favorite, but here are some that stood out: a secret population of whales was found with an underwater nuclear bomb detector because of their singing, bats map the world by time, not distance, and the discovery of an unknown Archimedes manuscript in an ancient prayer book proved humans have been thinking about infinity for much longer than we thought.
When filmmaker Frankie Louise brough us an imaginative, immersive story, we helped her build this fantastic and futuristic world grounded in solid science and technological possibilities – including fractal music.
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