Darwin and Design

Darwin and Design

We all have views on evolution. We’ve all taken high school biology. You’ve all been exposed to several concepts. But fundamentally evolution is a subject. Darwin was a key figure in the development of the theory of evolution in the 19th century but evolution is more than just Darwin. In this course wi’ll trace some of these ideas with a notion of trying to see how the basis of evolution was established through various speculators in the history of ideas.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

This course will introduce you to the field of artificial intelligence. You’ll be explained the challenges that are inherent in building a system that can be interpret as intelligence. On taking this course you should be able to understands the role of basic knowledge representation, problems solving tehniques and some of the learning methods of AI.

Entrepreneurship and Energy

Entrepreneurship and Energy

Patrick Von Bargen delivers the inaugural speech of Yale’s Sabin Prize Environmental Adventures Speaker Series. The speech, entitled “Opening Solyndra’s Box — Entrepreneurship and Energy: Where Does Energy, Innovation and Deployment Policy Go from Here?” is presented in its entirety, offering an opportunity to go behind doors that until recently would have been closed to all but a tiny elite.

The Illusion of Security

The Illusion of Security

In this thought-provoking video, Bruce Schneier explores what makes people feel secure and takes a hard look at the tradeoffs people are willing to make in order to feel that way. Schneier, a respected cryptographer and computer security specialist who is also a writer, explains that security is both a feeling and a reality.