3D Computer Vision: Past, Present, and Future
Steve Seitz

Google Tech TalkAugust 15, 2011Presented by Steve SeitzABSTRACT3D Computer Vision: Past, Present, and Future

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Steve Seitz: 3D Computer Vision: Past, Present, and Future

February 23, 2012 (over 5 years ago)

Google Tech TalkAugust 15, 2011Presented by Steve SeitzABSTRACT3D Computer Vision: Past, Present, and Future

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´╗┐Mikko Hypponen: Fighting Viruses, Defending the Net

July 1, 2011 (about 6 years ago)

Mikko Hypponen dives into the different risks in using computers and explains how viruses and internet crimes work.

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Source: TED

Stephen Wolfram: Stephen Wolfram: Computing a Theory of Everything

February 1, 2010 (over 7 years ago)

Eminent physicist, mathematician and software developer Stephen Wolfram gives a demonstration of Wolfram Alpha, the astoundingly powerful computational software that he is developing, and explains how the key to the secrets of the universe may possibly be unlocked by computations.

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Source: TED

Neil Gershenfeld: Fab Labs

February 1, 2006 (over 11 years ago)

Neil Gershenfeld invests on a large amount of equipment and opens Fab Labs to give hands-on educational experience to students and aspiring scientists.

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Source: TED

Curtis Wong: Roy Gould and Curtis Wong Preview the WorldWide Telescope

February 1, 2008 (over 9 years ago)

Curtis Wong is the Principal Researcher of Microsoft Research, and he appears in this brief video with astrophysics researcher Roy Gould to introduce Microsoft's Worldwide Telescope to the TED audience.

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Source: TED

George Dyson: The Birth of the Computer

March 1, 2003 (over 14 years ago)

George Dyson helps make appreciation of the history of computers easier and even humorous despite the fact that it is one of the reasons bombs have become so successfuly used today.

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Source: TED

Nicholas Negroponte: One Laptop per Child

February 1, 2006 (over 11 years ago)

In this talk, Tech Visionary Nicholas Negroponte tells us some details about the One laptop per child project. He talks about his reasons for starting this project. He describes how they're building it and how these laptops will be distributed. He also provides feedback on the initial positive ef...

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Source: TED

Paul Debevec: Paul Debevec Animates a Photo-Real Digital Face

March 1, 2009 (over 8 years ago)

The detailed and life-like computerized version of the human face, and ultimately the whole human body, is captured by a great technological advancement as discussed by Paul Debevec.

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Source: TED

Kwabena Boahen: A Computer That Works Like the Brain

June 1, 2007 (about 10 years ago)

Kwabena Boahen explores the structure and foundations of the human brain to get data to use for building a computer that works exactly like the human brain.

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Source: TED

Nicholas Negroponte: Negroponte Takes OLPC to Colombia

December 1, 2008 (over 8 years ago)

In this talk, Tech visionary Nicholas Negroponte takes the One Laptop per Child project to Colombia, and he has gotten amazing results. He also defines this endeavor as an education project which will help make children the agents of change.

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