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13 hours ago, Tcrumpen said:

Neural Networks are actually quite intricate but the core concept is to map human thinking to code so that AI can seem to think for itself / learn from previous stimuli. I covered this quite in depth at university

Thx a lot dude

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2 hours ago, Tarun10 said:

Thx a lot dude

Easiest way to get your head round it is to think or The Terminator, it's brain is a neural net processor a "learning computer" of course that a very basic definition but it'll give you a rough idea

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CPU architecture

Von Neumann vs Harvard

Registers

Data Structures

CISC vs RISC

Fetch Execute Decode

Encryption - Why is it mathematically impossible to crack

SQL, SSL

Computing Related Legislation

 

P.S

These are taken from a bunch of A Level, GCSE, College/High School, curriculum specs, so its just another way to entice an audience. This kinda content, lets you bring in another audience looking for help, or people who just have interest in the subject. I know they seem kinda techy, but certainly the fundamental sof CPUs, and Encryption. Linus, if youre reading this, I hope you use this and it helps your channel grow. xD

 

[Bold Signifies Importance] ;) 

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admins please move this to the techquickie video ideas thread please

a video on why subnets exist and purpose of subnet bits will be a great video

thanks

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Do you want to melt brains of IT noobs, because that's how you melt brains of IT noobs.


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1 hour ago, DeadEyePsycho said:

Do you want to melt brains of IT noobs, because that's how you melt brains of IT noobs.

I laught way harder than I should have about that comment... xD

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2 hours ago, DeadEyePsycho said:

Do you want to melt brains of IT noobs, because that's how you melt brains of IT noobs.

just wanted teeny"bit" of warming(winter is coming and my ageing bones are not ready)

but your right will likely cause meltdown as they see real limits of class c network

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AC vs. DC motors. Differences in operation, advantages, disadvantages?

I needed to buy a fan recently and found Vornado selling some DC versions that were more expensive than their AC counterparts, claiming greater efficiency and more control. It made me wonder what the differences were in performance, cost to manufacture, and the underlying mechanism for converting AC or DC to mechanical energy.

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How good does your power supply need to be?


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Here’s an idea @jmart604

 

Can we consider Bitcoin and other crypto currencies as “Fiat”? Both legal tender paper bills from a central bank like the Federal Reserve and Bitcoin derive their value from the faith of the people but one exist both physically and electronic whereas the other one is electronic only? 


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I see the soul that is inside

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Since you guys made the video about mining profitability, I'd be interested to hear about how these cryptocurrency mining contracts work where you pay to "rent" mining equipment hosted on a data center rather than buy your own.


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On 11/5/2017 at 12:07 PM, DareQ1337 said:

Hackintosh, what is it

A Hackintosh is basically a PC that wasn't originally an OSX computer such as a Dell Optiplex for example, that runs OSX. Most people do this to get better performance, since in most cases you have to pick the components carefully, but still run OSX. So like a video editing/rendering rig that needs quite a bit of power, but Macs don't have those kinds of components, so you have to custom build one to take advantage of OSX.

 

I hope that makes sense, Linus could probably explain it better

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10 hours ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

A Hackintosh is basically a PC that wasn't originally an OSX computer such as a Dell Optiplex for example, that runs OSX. Most people do this to get better performance, since in most cases you have to pick the components carefully, but still run OSX. So like a video editing/rendering rig that needs quite a bit of power, but Macs don't have those kinds of components, so you have to custom build one to take advantage of OSX.

 

I hope that makes sense, Linus could probably explain it better

OT: Isn't there already an existing Techquickie vid about this?

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8 hours ago, LLXIR said:

OT: Isn't there already an existing Techquickie vid about this?

There might be, I'm not sure

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Not sure if suggested already, but I'd love to see a TQ on PowerLine Kits and how they work.

 

I know that probably alot of people (myself included) are quite confused how they can send a connection, at close to straight-wired speeds, by simply "plug and playing" them in a room or room(s) using the electrical cables already installed in the walls :P 


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On 4/25/2013 at 10:11 AM, LinusTech said:

The old thread in the vBulletin forum got lost in the migration (don't worry I still have access to it and I'll still look at it) so I'm creating a new one.

 

Guidelines

 
 1. Video should be possible to watch in 1-2 minutes.
 2. No elaborate props. If we can't shoot it in the white box with a couple of demonstrative pieces, it's probably not feasible.
 3. Keep it simple! The idea here is to simplify computer concepts to the point where your mom can understand it. Not looking for "how to peel the ramspreaders off your memory"
 
 I will read these suggestions, but I may not reply to this thread very often. That doesn't mean I'm not paying attention, it just means I'm busy creating lots of new video content 
 
 If you haven't heard of Tech Quickie, it's another YouTube channel we run for paid content and the ever-popular "Fast As Possible" series.
 
Techquickie's channel - YouTube
 
 
Learn about the latest cool technology in only a couple minutes! Hosted by Linus Sebastian

What should you/can you do about the recent wpa2 WiFi exploit 

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