The Feynman Lectures is one of the most popular lecture series in physics. It’s a great resource for science enthusiasts, students, and teachers, and each lecture is just fantastic in general. Now, Caltech and The Feynman Lectures website have collaborated to put these lectures online completely free of cost.
The lectures themselves were first presented at Caltech in the 1960s by the legendary physicist Richard Feynman. The lectures have since been combined into a three-volume book. To date, about 1.5 million English copies have been sold, but now that it’s free, that number will probably stagnate.
Things are clearly progressing rapidly when it comes to machine intelligence. But how did we get here, after not one but multiple “A.I. winters”? What’s the breakthrough? And why is Silicon Valley buzzing about artificial intelligence again?
A great presentation by Frank Chen.
George “Super Bunnyhop” Weidman published “Kojima vs. Konami: An Investigation more than two weeks ago, in which he alleged an insider at the company had passed on information about the deteriorating relationship between Metal Gear designer Hideo Kojima and Konami.
“This may be the first time YouTube has quickly stepped in and reviewed a bogus copyright claim for a gaming video,” he said to me over email. “If that’s the case, then my situation my [sic] be breaking new ground, and this could be good news for YouTubers everywhere.”
Score one for the good guys.
PlayStation Access has a video on YouTube showcasing some of Project CAR’s features. The customisable HUD is pretty neat. Come to think of it, I don’t recall any console game that allows you to change both the HUD elements as well as their positions.