Robotic Farming of the Future

The University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics are pioneers when it comes to robotic farming. Having developed a series of driverless tractors, they give us a sneak peek of how future farms and orchards will operate in the era of mass automation. For more videos, subscribe to Mashable News: Visit Mashable on the web: Give us a follow: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:

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Uploading YouTube Videos with the PHP Client Library

Jochen Hartmann demonstrates the basics of how to use the PHP Client Library with the YouTube Data API. PHP Developer’s Guide: Other documentation: Please note that the code demonstrated is currently only available by obtaining the latest revision of the Zend Framework from svn. hi my name is Johan and I work on the YouTube API s and tools team in this video I'm going to demonstrate how to use the PHP client library and the YouTube data API to upload a video okay so the first thing we're going to talk about is requirements that you will need to run the demo application you're going to want a test server running PHP 5.1 point 4 or higher we actually prefer a PHP 5.2 you also need the Google Data component of the Zen framework and the demo application which is available in the demos folder you can find links for all the downloads on code.google.com/apis/console elephan consists of a number of files we're going to spend most of our time in the file called operations PHP which handles all of the YouTube API interactions so if you look at operations that PHP you'll notice that the first thing we…

The Rise of Online Video

A new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project finds that online video is growing. 78% of online adults watch or download videos online, up from 69% in 2009, and the share of internet users who upload or post video online has doubled from 14% in 2009 to 31% today. Kristen Purcell, report author, explains these findings and the reasons behind them. For the full report, visit www.pewresearch.org. Follow the Pew Research Center on Twitter: @pewresearch the online video culture is growing a national survey by the Pew Research Center shows that nearly 810 American adult Internet users watch or download online videos and in the last four years the percent of adult Internet users who post video online has doubled what are they watching comedy educational and how-to videos top the list for the most viewed online video content with music videos following closely behind those most likely to watch online video tend to be young college educated and wealthy but the behavior is growing across all online adults and they're not just watching one in four online adults have uploaded a video to the Internet and one in five have posted content that they've…

STUXNET: The Virus that Almost Started WW3

Subscribe for more Hungry Beast: In June last year, a computer virus called Stuxnet was discovered lurking in the data banks of power plants, traffic control systems and factories around the world. Pandora’s box has been opened; on the new battlefield the aggressors are anonymous, the shots are fired without starting wars and the foot soldiers can pull their triggers without leaving their desks. Last week the United States government announced they would retaliate to a cyber-attack with conventional force. The threat is real, and the age in which a computer bug could cost lives has begun. For more Hungry Beast, check out our Playlists: Beast Files: Sex: Breaking The Law: Vox Pops: Best of the Beast: in June last year a computer virus called Stuxnet was discovered lurking in the data banks of power plants traffic control systems and factories around the world 20 times more complex than any previous virus code it had an array of capabilities among them the ability to turn up the pressure inside nuclear reactors or switch off oil pipelines and Stuxnet could tell the system operators everything was normal unlike most viruses Stuxnet doesn't carry the usual forged security clearance that helps viruses…

What's the Difference Between Viruses and Malware?

Are all the things people call “computer viruses” actually viruses? Squarespace link: Visit and use offer code TECHQUICKIE to save 10% off your first order. Techquickie Merch Store: Techquickie Movie Poster: Leave a comment with your requests for future episodes, or tweet them here: Follow: Join the community: these days people seem to use words like malware and spyware a lot more than virus making the latter conjure memories of Windows 95 AOL CDs and Jeff Goldblum taking down an alien mothership so why is that what qualifies something as a traditional virus as opposed to the more recent malware designation and our virus is still around great question to understand what a virus is we'll start with a look at the original biological meaning of the word biological viruses like the ones that can make you sick are parasitic they inject their own code in this case either DNA or RNA into a host cell as a means of replication this code causes the cell to make a ton of copies of the virus and ultimately burst sending new viruses everywhere rensen repeats computer viruses operate via a similar principle unlike some forms of malware which are fully executable…

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What makes something go viral? | Dao Nguyen

What’s the secret to making content people love? Join BuzzFeed’s Publisher Dao Nguyen for a glimpse at how her team creates their tempting quizzes, lists and videos — and learn more about how they’ve developed a system to understand how people use content to connect and create culture. Check out more TED Talks: The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design — plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Follow TED on Twitter: Like TED on Facebook: Subscribe to our channel: المترجم: Nawal Sharabatiالمدقّق: Eyad ElSwedy في العام الماضي، كان بعض الموظفينفي بزفيد (BuzzFeed) يخططون لعمل مقلب مع رئيسهم زي فرانك (Ze Frank)، في عيد ميلاده. قرروا وضع مجموعة من صغار الماعز في مكتبه. (ضحك) الآن، انضمت بزفيد مؤخرًا إلى تجارب البث الحي المباشر للفيسبوك، وبطبيعة الحال، قررنا بث الحدث بأكمله مباشرةً عبر الإنترنت لالتقاط لحظة دخول زي واكتشافه الماشية في مكتبه. افتكرنا بأن الحَدث بأكملهربما سيستمر 10 دقائق، وأن عدة مئات من موظفي الشركةسيسجلون دخولهم لمشاهدة المقلب الداخلي. ولكن ماذا حدث؟ واصلوا التأخير: ذهب للحصول…

Verizon Wireless Makes Watching NFL Live Games on Phones Free

Verizon Wireless is making live-streaming NFL games available for no extra charge to all smartphone users starting this season — a feature that previously cost $5 for customers on most plans. But the nation’s biggest wireless carrier is not strictly doing it as a favor to sports fans: Verizon Wireless is looking for new ways to encourage customers to use more data, ideally to upgrade to plans with higher usage limits. Now, all smartphone customers can watch every game, in addition to NFL Network, via the redesigned NFL Mobile from Verizon app at no extra charge. This video was produced by Wochit using Verizon Wireless is making live-streaming NFL games available for no extra charge to all smartphone users starting this season a feature that previously cost $5 for customers on most plans but the nation's biggest wireless carrier is not strictly doing it as a favor to sports fans Verizon Wireless is looking for new ways to encourage customers to use more data ideally to upgrade to plans with higher usage limits now all smartphone customers can watch every game in addition to NFL Network via the redesign NFL mobile from Verizon app at no extra charge you

2018: The Year in Video

In any given year, a lot of news happens at the University of Rochester; 2018 was no different. From the enthralling news of Donna Strickland ’89 (PhD) and former engineering professor Gérard Mourou being awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, to the announcement of our next president Sarah Mangelsdorf, there were a number of things to celebrate. There were also plenty of fascinating research stories, with AR, AI, and VR all being big areas for exploration and discovery. And the arts were active as well from the big Monet exhibit at the MAG to the continued excellence of Eastman, delving into new territory with their Contemporary Media and Film Composition major taking off. We’d be remiss if we didn’t pay tribute to two of the giants we lost this year, Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, and our own vice president, Paul Burgett, a fixture at the University for more than 50 years. And that was only some of what our cameras rolled on. Here’s to “ever better” stories in 2019! Here are the stories (in order of appearance): Scanning Frederick Douglass bust: Scanning the brain to understand language processing: Remembering Louise Slaughter: Chemical engineering car competition: Eastman Film and Contemporary Media: Simulating…