Video and Multimedia
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- Video: the classic selective attention task. You attending to your cell phone is like the counting task, so if something were to happen on the road that you don’t see, what in the video corresponds to that? If you’ve seen this before, try this one.
- Video: the decisive moment of AI gone awry from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- Video: Roger Ebert’s TED talk on remaking his voice after jaw cancer.
- Video: Justine Cassell’s TEDx talk discussing the future of human-technology interaction, based on modeling human behavior in detail, especially our social interactions. Professor Cassell was instrumental in developing embodied conversational agents.
- Audio: how does using chat speak affect your spelling? Scientific American
- Audio: using your brain to think about certain words as a way to control a computer cursor for communication. Scientific American
- Audio: Is coding the new language of the digital age? The growing importance of digital literacy. NPR, Science Friday
- Audio: interesting piece on Alan Turing – his personal life and far-reaching contributions to computing. NPR, Radiolab
- Audio: Talking to Machines; chatbots, computer therapists, furbies, and more – NPR, Radiolab