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94%AnimationAug 2014

Humans need not apply

(15:01) Robots are not coming to take your job, they are already here. CGP Grey looks at how automation will take over your job.


94%VideoOct 2016

Climate Change in Court: The People vs US Government

(17:26) Climate scientist James Hanson and his granddaughter Sophie Kivlehan are two of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the US government for not protecting the rights of young people.


94%VideoNov 2017


(7:47) Is this the future you want?


94%VideoMar 2018

Climate scientists reveal their fears for the future

(8:51) Climate scientists rarely speak publicly about their personal views.


94%VideoApr 2008

Microsoft surface computer

A coffee table that will change the world


94%VideoApr 2011

Superconducting levitating model trains

(4:33) Science fiction and reality are drawing ever closer.


94%PictureMar 2011

The world in 2000 as predicted in 1910

Illustrations by French artist Villemard in 1910 of how he imagined the future to be in the year 2000. A fascinating mixture of accuracy and total misses. I wonder how accurate our predictions of life in 2100 will be.


94%VideoJun 2015

Computerphile - AI's Deadly Stamp Collector

(8:29) Rob Miles discusses the dangers of assuming general artificial intelligence will be the same as human intelligence.


94%VideoJan 2016

How driverless cars will change our cities

(9:25) Driverless cars may change much more than just your commuting experience.


93%VideoNov 2011

Neil deGrasse Tyson on the economic benefits of going to Mars

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson puts the case for a slightly more complicated 'cause and effect' argument about how to get better science. As counterintuitive as it may seem, going to Mars could have economic benefits.