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Mr. MatPat, How many moons does it take to get to New Donk City? Let’s find out. a one! *crunching noises* a two-hoo! *more crunching noises* a three! Twenty minutes later… 46 47 48! 48 sugary moons. Now if you’ll excuse me, I don’t feel too well. BBLLEEEAARGH [intro music] [ding] [ding] [ding] [ding] [intro

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Don’t try this at home. One of the most satisfying activities in video games is destroying every single thing in your path. Destructibles like barricades, pots, and even large wooden crates are easily smashed to pieces in the video game environment. But come on, it couldn’t possible be as easy to destroy those same objects

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*Music* Quinn: El Capitan is the result of a second collaboration of the CORAL partners, which are Oak Ridge, Argonne, and LawrenceLivermore National Laboratories. The first collaboration resulted in Sierra, which is sited at our Lab. The program, the NNSA program looked out beyond 2023 at our nuclear weapons needs and came up with a

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[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. There’s a global shortage of radiologists. According to the World Health Organization, 2/3 of the planet’s population, over 4 billion people, have insufficient access to radiology services. AI can help that. We developed a deep-learning algorithm, which we call CheXNet, to interpret chest X-ray images. That can take, as input, any

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The contents of this metal cylinder could either revolutionize technology or be completely useless— it all depends on whether we can harness the strange physics of matter at very, very small scales. To have even a chance of doing so, we have to control the environment precisely: the thick tabletop and legs guard against vibrations

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Every so often, a scientist is born who is so brilliant and so charming that they become a cultural icon. Now, I know you thought I was talking about myself, well, because… I get that a lot- but I was actually talking about Richard P. Feynman, who is definitely one of the coolest scientists of

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By now, you’ve probably heard about Spectre and Meltdown. And if you haven’t, they might sound like James Bond villains. But they’re actually serious security flaws in one of the key components of most computers, smartphones, and tablets. If you’ve been struggling to wrap your brain around what they are and how they might affect

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