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How Video Games Changed the World

How Video Games Changed the World is a one-hour forty-minute documentary special from the creator of Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker, that takes a look at the 25 most significant video games ever made and examines the impact they have had on our wider culture and everyday life.We start off on this incredible techno-journey with the 1972 hit Pong, a table tennis sports game that was comprised of

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In the Age of AI

In this two-hour Frontline special, we enter a race between nations that is taking place in order to become an artificial intelligence superpower and the politics involved in such a goal. It has been dubbed "The New Space Race" except this time it is China who is taking on the United States. It is a race to gain control of a technology that has the potential to change everything. From the way we

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Beyond the Emoji

Beyond the Emoji shows how our means of communication are more extensive than ever before, the push of a button now days can put us in touch with hundreds or even thousands of people who are connected all over the globe. We not only communicate in text but increasingly in images too and Emojis are now used by 2.9 billion people. 212 countries use the emoji keyboard and every day we send seven bil

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AlphaGo

It is a game which has been described as intensely contemplative and almost hypnotic, with there being more board configurations than there are atoms in the universe this is the ancient Chinese game of Go, and it has long been considered a grand challenge for artificial intelligence as it is simply the most complex game ever devised by man.It was on March 9. 2016, that the worlds of Go and ar

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Vue.js: The Documentary

Vue.js, pronounced as "view", is an open-source model–view–viewmodel (MVMM) JavaScript framework which was released in 2014 by its creator Evan You. You released his framework with the sole purpose of making life easier for developers who are looking to harness the full power of JavaScript when building user interfaces and single-page applications but need a quick clean solutio

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Silicon Valley’s Online Slave Market

Technologies such as the internet have no doubt had a overwhelmingly positive impact on mankind, allowing us to communicate and share information far quick than we ever could have imagined which in turn has drastically accelerated our advancement in many fields such as science, healthcare, industry, etc.There is however a darker side to the internet, one which see's tech giants such as Google,

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The Story of Tetris

The year is 1984, and the cold war was in full affect between two superpowers: the United States and the Soviet Union. Major economic and political differences created a constant state of tension between the former allies. The capitalist United States experienced unprecedented economic growth, the nation grew and prospered socially and economically.The Communist Soviet Union was however a star

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Into The Unknown

Into the Unknown gives us some first hand insight as to the effort that went into building NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. A telescope which is simply revolutionary, measuring in at being 100 times more powerful and the scientific successor to the Hubble Telescope.The telescope itself is scheduled to be launched March 30, 2021, it will reveal a universe we have never seen before and is pois

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A Look Inside Russia’s Creepy, Innovative Internet

In Russia technology developed a world apart from Silicon Valley and that didn't chance once the Soviet Union collapsed, over 25 years later and Russia has copied large parts of the web the rest of us know and love, they went ahead and built a Russian internet and with new laws cooked up by the Kremlin and rubber-stamped in Moscow it's becoming more and more a souvenir internet but like everything

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