The Future of Computing: Crash Course Computer Science #40 - In the past 70 years electronic computing has fundamentally changed how we live our lives, and we believe it’s just getting started. From ubiquitous computing, artificial intelligence, and self-driving cars to brain computer interfaces, wearable computers, and maybe even the singularity there is so much amazing potential on the horizon.
In our SERIES FINALE of Crash Course Computer Science we take a look towards the future!
Today we’re going to talk about how computer science can support learning.
Today, we’re going to discuss some psychological considerations in building computers.
Today we're going to talk about robots!
Today we’re going to talk about how computers understand speech and speak themselves.
Today we’re going to talk about how computers see.
How do computers make decisions on the data they collect?
Today we’re going to talk about how to keep information secret, and this isn’t a new goal.
Today we're going to talk about hackers and their strategies for breaking into computer sy
Cybersecurity is a set of techniques to protect data against threats.
Today we’re going to discuss the World Wide Web - not to be confused with the Internet.
Today, we're going to talk about how the Internet works.
Today we start a three episode arc on the rise of a global telecommunications network.
Today we’re going to discuss how 3D graphics are created and rendered for a 2D screen.
Today, we're going to discuss the critical role of graphical user interfaces.
Today we're going to talk about the birth of personal computing.
This is an era that saw huge government funded projects - like the race to the moon.
Today we begin our discussion of computer graphics.
Today, we are going to start our discussion on user experience.
Today, we’re going to talk about lossless compression.
Today we’re going to look at how our computers read and interpret computer files.
Today we’re going to trace the history of these storage technologies.
Computers keep getting faster and faster...
So you may have heard of Moore's Law...
We'll talk about how large programs are typically broken up into into function units.
The father of computer science himself: Alan Turing.
Today we’re going to talk about on how we organize the data we use on our devices.
We’ll start by creating small programs for our very own video game to show how statements
These new languages utilized new abstractions to make programming easier.
Today, we’re going to look at the history of programming
We’re going to take a step back and look at how CPU speeds have rapidly increased.
Today we’re going to take our first baby steps from hardware into software!
Today we’re going to build the ticking heart of every computer.
Today we’re going to create memory!
Today we're going to talk about a fundamental part of all modern computers.
We’re going to take a look at how computers use a stream of 1s and 0s to represent data.
We’re going to focus on three fundamental operations - NOT, AND, and OR.
As the scale of human civilization continued to grow as did the demand for more devices.
Today, we’re going to take a look at computing’s origins.
About Crash Course Computer Science
In this series, we're going to trace the origins of our modern computers, take a closer look at the ideas that gave us our current hardware and software, discuss how and why our smart devices just keep getting smarter, and even look towards the future!
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