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Tim Berners-Lee, Stephen Fry, Wendy Hall, Jim Haseloff and Bill Thompson.
Presented: June 28, 2010
In the past 25 years our use of technology has increased at an unprecedented
rate, affecting our way of life and how we function in society. What's next? Are
we set to see more inventions that change the image of technology and the
culture we live in? How will these developments affect and influence the future
Regev, O. Tel Aviv, Israel
Presented March 29, 2011
Quantum one-way communication can be exponentially stronger than classical
Geek Dad - Berkeley Grocks April 27, 2011
Parenthood can be especially daunting, but being a geek may help. On this
program, Ken Denmead discussed geeky activities for parents and their kids.
Environmental Biodiversity - Berkeley Groks April 2011
The changes to the environment caused by global warming have complex
effects on the ecosystems of the earth. On this program, Richard Pearson
discussed the effects of climate change on biodiversity.
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The Digital Universe at the Hayden Planetarium
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Donald Knuth's Problems 1985 Seminar from the Stanford University
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