Women in Tech
April 10th, 2020
Women in Tech
Can Artificial Intelligence Predict Your Death?
Is China Launching an Artificial Moon?
In recent years, there have been many fascinating innovations. China may be planning to launch an artificial moon. Let's find out why.
How Lego-like Wooden Bricks Are Revolutionizing Construction
We take a deeper look into Brikawood, the company behind the the Lego-like wooden bricks that are revolutionizing building technology.
Planet 9: What is it and Does it Even Exist?
What is Planet 9? Does it even exist? When will we discover it and can we decide on a better name? These questions and more in this episode of Quick Bytes.
Gary Vaynerchuk Shares His Thoughts on Blockchain & Bitcoin
In this exclusive interview, we ask famed entrepreneur and investor Gary Vaynerchuk his thoughts on bitcoin and blockchain. Here is what he had to say.
Highlights from Denver Pop Culture Con 2019
In early June, Denver Pop Culture Con took over the city , bringing cosplayers, comic book writers, and even Zachary Levi to the Mile High City.
Is Artificial Intelligence Getting Too Dangerous?
OpenAI, an Elon Musk-backed artificial intelligence company, claims it has created a text generator that's too dangerous to release to the public.
Smacircle eBike Review: Foldable, Portable, and Pretty Fun
We're taking a look at the Smacircle eBike. With the ability to fit in your backpack, the Smacircle eBike will take you wherever you need to go.
Avengers: Endgame Easter Eggs You May Have Missed
Avengers: Endgame was full of Easter eggs and cameos, from call-backs to previous movies to hints and what could be coming in the future.
Game of Thrones' Dragon Noises Come from... Tortoise Sex?
The noises that the dragons make were inspired by a very peculiar place in nature, detailed in the video below.
Quick Bytes: What is Bioluminescence and How Does it Work?
Bioluminescence is famous for making sea shores mysteriously glow with a variety of colors. But, what actually causes this oceanic light show?
Video: How Apple's Daisy Robot is Combatting E-Waste
According to a United Nations University report, 41.8 million tons of e-waste were generated 2014, expected to grow to 50 million by 2018.
Cloud Seeding: Real Science of Weather Manipulation
Do we actually have weather manipulation technology? Was your crazy cousin Jerry right all along? Find out in this short but informative video.
1-Minute Explainer All About the Disney+ Streaming Service
Disney just unveiled the details regarding it's Disney+ streaming services. Find out all about it in this short video.
Asteroid or Volcanoes? New Dinosaur Extinction Research Says "Yes"
What exactly killed the dinosaurs? Was it the asteroid? Or was it volcanic activity? Science says, "Yes, yes it was."
Plasma Flares & the Science of Microwaving Grapes
Why does microwaving grapes cause tiny explosions of plasma? Find out in this video QuickByte.
Meet Flatr, The New Flat Earther Dating App
Your eyes are not deceiving you. Flat Earthers now have their own dating app called, Flatr. Learn all about it in this video.
5 Super Mario Bros. Facts That Change Everything
Here are 5 facts about Super Mario Bros. that will change how you view and play the game forever. #3 kind of ruined my life ...
UPDATE: NASA's First All-Female Spacewalk Cancelled
History will be made this Friday when the first all-female team to conduct a spacewalk. Learn all about it in this short video.
8 Captain Marvel Easter Eggs You May Have Missed
Like all Marvel movies, Captain Marvel has easter eggs and hidden messages from other Marvel stories. This videos shows 8 of the more interesting ones.
Black Snow in Siberia and the Consequences of Coal Pollution
Why is there black, toxic snow falling in Siberia? We'll tell you why this is happening and what people are doing about it in this short video.
Elon Musk Challenges Car Companies to Go Electric
Elon Musk reminded the world that Tesla released all its patents in 2014 in an effort to curb climate change via electric cars.
What Your Hogwarts House Says About Your Business Acumen
Which Harry Potter Hogwarts house do you belong to? And what does that say about your chances of success in business? Find out here.
16 Psyche is the Most Expensive Thing in the Universe
An astroid named 16 Psyche was found to be made almost entirely of iron and nickel and is the most expensive thing in the universe.
Are Big Dogs Smarter Than Small Dogs?
According to the University of Arizona, bigger dogs are smarter than smaller dogs. How's yours fair? Learn more in this short video.
Apex Legends Hits 10M Players in 72 Hours: Is This The Fortnite Killer?
In this video, we take a look at why Apex Legends may be the Fortnite killer, with the wild success it's had in only a weeks.
5 Surprising Valentine's Day Facts
Ever wonder how many heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are sold in the US? How about how much men spend versus women on Valentine's Day gifts? Find out here.
Does Facial Recognition AI Have a Race Problem?
Facial recognition is rapidly becoming more commonplace, but a lack of diversity in this tech could cause severe issues. Find out more in this video.
Is Tom Brady a Cheater?
In this QuickByte Video, we take a look at the incontinence, er ... incompetence of our robot overlords. Plus I answer the age old question, "Is Tom Brady a cheater?"
Were You a Victim of the #10YearChallenge?
Learn why the #10YearChallenge social media trend may be a scheme to advance facial recognition technology.
Watch Our CES 2019 Experience in Just Over a Minute
Watch our CES 2019 experience in just over a minute in this short video.
Video: These Headphones Tailor Audio to Each Individual Ear
These Audeara Headphones measure your hearing to tailor the sound perfectly to you. Watch this short video to learn more.
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