1. Adversarial Search (IAI-11-7)

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    In this lecture we look at adversarial search, particularly the minimax and alpha-beta pruning algorithms. ----------------- These videos are recordings of lectures from the module Introduction to AI run by The School of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham, UK. More information at: http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/​internal/​courses/​intro-ai

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    • Lecture mise en jeu : extrait du "Radeau de la Méduse"

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      La compagnie "Théatre des Affinités"et MaRy'Alisation vous proposent, à travers cette nouvelle lecture mise en jeu, de vous plonger dans un univers pesant et enivrant. Cette vidéo a été réalisée pour être diffusée en public dans le cadre de l'évènement "Je ne suis pas venu pour aller au musée". (Teaser prochainement)

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      • Dr. Laura Nasrallah: Prejudice & Christian Beginnings

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        Harvard Divinity School professor Laura Nasrallah lectures and leads discussion on elements of her latest book Prejudice and Christian Beginnings -- a book of essays coedited with Harvard Divinity School professor Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza.

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        • Global Gametes: Reproductive "Tourism" & Islamic Bioethics in the High-Tech Middle East

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          Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs), including in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) to overcome infertility, are now widely available across the Middle East. This lecture discusses how the region is a key site for understanding the intersection of technoscience, Islamic bioethics, and modernity, all of which are deeply implicated in the brave new world of assisted reproduction. This lecture was delivered by Prof. Marcia Inhorn (Yale University) at the University of California, Berkeley, on Oct. 6, 2011. To learn more about the CMES interdisciplinary lecture series at the University of California, Berkeley, visit cmes.berkeley.edu.

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          • Lecture - Optical pH Sensors Part 4

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            In part four of this lecture, we discuss the limitations and sources of error when using optical sensors for pH measurement. For more information on optical pH sensors from Ocean Optics visit http://www.oceanopticssensors.com

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            • Lecture - Optical pH Sensors Part 3

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              In part three of this lecture, we discuss the limitations and sources of error when using optical sensors for pH measurement. For more information on optical pH sensors from Ocean Optics visit http://www.oceanopticssensors.com

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              • Lecture - Optical pH Sensors Part 1

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                In part one of this lecture, Derek Guenther introduces the science of pH measurement and discusses various pH sensing technologies. Additional parts of this lecture discuss optical pH sensors, pros and cons, and various form factors including Smart Cuvettes and pH probes. For more information on optical pH sensors from Ocean Optics visit http://www.oceanopticssensors.com

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                • Gods And Monsters: Lecture 2

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                  Mark Schenker PHD, Dean of Academic Affairs at Yale College, gives a second lecture on mythology at the Wilton Public Library.

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                  • The American Civil War in the West

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                    The American Civil War was truly brother against brother, especially in the state of Missouri and the West. The physical evidence supports the historic records in the broadest sense, but adds considerable detail to the story by showing there is more to the stories than recorded in the recollections of participants or the official record of events.

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                    • Photography Workflow with Adobe Bridge CS5 (Part B)

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                      Students finish up learning about workflow. The lecture goes through renaming and adding descriptions to photos. Also, the lecture teaches students how to make a metadata template and add metadata to their photos.

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