The Women of Georgia Wildlife: Linda May

My name is Linda May, and I’m an Environmental Outreach Coordinator for the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division. I work with anyone who wants to learn more about nature, about wildlife in particular, anyone that’s curious about the natural world. So, that used to be more students and teachers, and now it’s kind of segued […]

Reality check on renewable energy

Hello there. I think there needs to be a reality check on renewable energy. To start with there is an overblown idea of the amount of wind and solar energy that has been installed so far. You may be surprised to know that wind and solar combined supply less than 1% of global energy demand. […]

At Issue #2726 “Renewable Energy”

(title music) – Thank you for joining us on At Issue. We welcome you for a discussion about renewable energy. Illinois is at the center of that because we have the fifth largest capacity for wind power in the country, the fifth largest. And maybe we’ll move that up to four or three here after […]

The Texas Master Naturalists

You know, we can always go, you know on the other side of the world there is something that needs to be conserved, when there’s actually things right around the corner that need to be conserved and are important to our natural resources. Having been an urban biologist, it was always kind of a challenge […]

4 Experiments Where the AI Outsmarted Its Creators

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. Today, I am really excited to show you four experiments where AI researchers were baffled by the creativity and unexpected actions of their own creations. You better hold on to your papers. In the first experiment, robots were asked to walk around while minimizing […]

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