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Most Dangerous Computer Viruses In The World

This video was made possible by Wix if you are ready to create a website head over to Wix.com/go/Infographics to try out one of their premium plans right now Many of us at some point in time have had a computer start acting very strange There are a lot of
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Learn HTML5 from W3C | W3Cx on edX | About Video

MICHEL BUFFA: HTML5 is this the standard language of the web crafted by the Worldwide Web Consortium, also known as W3C. I worked in collaboration with W3C experts to bring you this edX course. I am Michel Buffa, professor and researcher at the University of Nice in the south of
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HTML5 and CSS Fundamentals | W3Cx on edx.org

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Neural Networks: Crash Course Statistics #41

Hi, I’m Adriene Hill, and Welcome back to Crash Course Statistics. In previous episodes we’ve talked about things like cars learning how to drive themselves…and apps that can recognize handwriting and turn it into printed text. A lot of these projects are done using a type of Machine Learning called
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TEENS REACT TO 90s INTERNET

On your mark… Get set… ♪We’re riding on the internet!♪ – Oh my god. – Whoa! What is this? ♪ …ual reality ♪ ♪ You’re goin’ surfin’ on the internet! ♪ – Today, we’re gonna be showing our friends Andrew and Lisa the basics of the internet. …and we thought
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Neural Networks and Deep Learning: Crash Course AI #3

Hi, I’m Jabril, and welcome to CrashCourse AI! In the supervised learning episode, we taught John Green-bot to learn using a perceptron, a program that imitates one neuron. But our brains make decisions with 100 billion neurons, which have trillions of connections between them! We can actually do a lot
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Hackers & Cyber Attacks: Crash Course Computer Science #32

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! Last episode, we talked about the basics of computer security, principles and techniques used to keep computer systems safe and sound. But, despite our best efforts, the news is full of stories of individuals, companies and governments getting cyberattacked by
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Why Wikipedia Works Really Well in Practice, Just Not in Theory, with Jonathan Zittrain

There’s a great saying that Wikipedia works really well in practice just not in theory. And that is true. Wikipedia’s success is so singular, so spectacular that figuring out whether it’s a model for anything other than Wikipedia is a puzzle that even the folks behind Wikipedia have faced as
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Hacking Websites With Cross-Site Scripting (XSS Attack Basics)

I’m gonna show you the most popular way to hack a website where you can steal private information, hijack accounts, take over web pages and other illegal things to get you thrown in jail HOLD ON! This isn’t for illegal activity, it’s for educational purposes only. Notice, the lights are
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