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Gilbert Strang: Teaching Math by Example

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Once it reaches 20,000 subscribers, I'll start posting the clips there instead. If you enjoy these clips, subscribe to the new clips channel (Lex Clips): https://www.youtube.com/lexclips Once it reaches 20,000 subscribers, I'll start posting the clips there instead. For now, new full episodes are released once or twice a week and 1-2 new clips or a new non-podcast video is released on all other days. Gilbert Strang is a professor of mathematics at MIT and perhaps one of the most famous and impactful teachers of math in the world.


Gilbert Strang: Linear Algebra, Deep Learning, Teaching, and MIT OpenCourseWare AI Podcast

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Gilbert Strang is a professor of mathematics at MIT and perhaps one of the most famous and impactful teachers of math in the world. His MIT OpenCourseWare lectures on linear algebra have been viewed millions of times. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast.


Vsauce: What Does it Mean to Be Intelligent? AI Podcast Clip with Michael Stevens

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Michael Stevens is the creator of Vsauce, one of the most popular educational YouTube channel in the world, with over 15 million subscribers and over 1.7 billion views. His videos often ask and answer questions that are both profound and entertaining, spanning topics from physics to psychology. As part of his channel he created 3 seasons of Mind Field, a series that explored human behavior. Subscribe to this YouTube channel or connect on: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lexfridman


Vladimir Vapnik: Deep Learning and the Essence of Intelligence AI Podcast Clips

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Vladimir Vapnik is the co-inventor of support vector machines, support vector clustering, VC theory, and many foundational ideas in statistical learning. He was born in the Soviet Union, worked at the Institute of Control Sciences in Moscow, then in the US, worked at AT&T, NEC Labs, Facebook AI Research, and now is a professor at Columbia University. His work has been cited over 200,000 times. Subscribe to this YouTube channel or connect on: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lexfridman


Donald Knuth: TeX and the Beauty of Typography AI Podcast Clips

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Donald Knuth is one of the greatest and most impactful computer scientists and mathematicians ever. He is the recipient in 1974 of the Turing Award, considered the Nobel Prize of computing. He is the author of the multi-volume work, the magnum opus, The Art of Computer Programming. He made several key contributions to the rigorous analysis of the computational complexity of algorithms. He popularized asymptotic notation, that we all affectionately know as the big-O notation.