Updated frequently, here are some TED-Ed video lessons we suggest checking out!
Rodney Brooks builds robots based on biological principles of movement and reasoning. The goal: a robot who can figure things out.
Economist Andrew McAfee suggests that, yes, probably, droids will take our jobs — or at least the kinds of jobs we know now. In this far-seeing talk, he thinks through what future jobs might look like, and how to educate coming generations to hold them.
Math is important to every human that has ever walked the face of the planet (and to every human that ever will). It’s all around us. It’s everywhere. Watch this video to learn how math is not only magical, but incredibly necessary.
Having trouble remembering the order of operations? Let’s raise the stakes a little bit. What if the future of your (theoretical) kingdom depended on it? Garth Sundem creates a world in which PEMDAS is the hero but only heroic when in the proper order.
Why would it be hard to pedal a 10,000 pound bicycle? This simple explanation shows how Newton’s 3 laws of motion help you ride your bike.
There are three major rules that we want our robots to follow: do not harm a human, obey us, and protect us. The prerequisite for these rules? We need to make robots smarter. Ayanna Howard explains how robots can become smarter (hint: it is related to how smart we humans are).