How Ant Colonies Get Things Done

How Ant Colonies Get Things Done

>>GORDON: So I study ants and I study ants because I’m interested in how complex systems work. So ants always live in colonies and colonies always consist of one or more reproductive females who just lay the eggs and then the ants–all you see walking around are sterile female workers. And the queen doesn’t tell […]

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Community Visualizations: Tracking filter state

Community Visualizations: Tracking filter state

[MUSIC PLAYING] YULAN LIN: Hi. My name is Yulan Lin, and I’m a Developer Advocate for Data Studio. Today, I’m going to be talking about best practices for keeping track of how your community visualization is being used as a chart filter. To do that, let’s first take a look at how first-party charts in […]

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Jeffrey Sachs: “The Price of Civilization” | Talks at Google

Jeffrey Sachs: “The Price of Civilization” | Talks at Google

>>Female Presenter: Thanks everyone for coming. So Jeffrey Sachs is the director of the Earth Institute and professor of sustainable development and health policy and management at Columbia University. He’s also a special advisor to UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon– on the Millennium Development Goals, designed to reduce extreme poverty, disease and hunger by the […]

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The web: state of the union (Google I/O ’18)

The web: state of the union (Google I/O ’18)

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Competing and Collaborating in China with Bi-Cultural…

Competing and Collaborating in China with Bi-Cultural…

TENG-KEE TAN: To be here to talk about a subject, which I’m quite passionate about, “Competing and Collaborating in China with Bi-cultural Competence.” This expression is meaningful for me to be, in the Silicon Valley with Google today, talking about this particular topic, because this is my first visit to your campus. As I walked […]

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Google interns’ first week

Google interns’ first week

MATT MALONE: The first time I saw the campus, it was incredible. There’s volleyball nets and colorful umbrellas. And you see people walking their dogs. It feels kind of like a playground, a big playground. KIM DAY: The atmosphere around Google, it’s definitely very eccentric, but also very academic. MALE SPEAKER 1: At Google, we […]

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Liberals, Conservatives, and Pride and Prejudice Part 2: Crash Course Literature 412

Liberals, Conservatives, and Pride and Prejudice Part 2: Crash Course Literature 412

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature. And today we’ll continue our discussion of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a book that reads like it was written by your funny and mean best friend, who also happens to be a brilliant novelist and a pretty interesting moral philosopher. / I mean, I love […]

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