Virtual Reality: Closing the Empathy Gap? | SkollWF 2018

Virtual Reality: Closing the Empathy Gap? | SkollWF 2018

– My name is Jude O’Reilley, and I’m with the Skoll Foundation. It’s my privilege today to welcome all of you to Virtual Reality: Closing the Empathy Gap? Like many of you, perhaps, I first heard of virtual reality actually as a military technology, something that the Israeli military and others used to protect the […]

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The danger of a single story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The danger of a single story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

I’m a storyteller. And I would like to tell you a few personal stories about what I like to call “the danger of the single story.” I grew up on a university campus in eastern Nigeria. My mother says that I started reading at the age of two, although I think four is probably close […]

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Visiting my hometown (Google Maps)

Visiting my hometown (Google Maps)

HELLO! Konichiwa minna-san! (Hello everyone) It’s me Peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee- [Gags (ew)] Welcome back to another video! Now, I wanted to make this video before But I wasn’t sure if it was a good idea, but then I made a lil bit of a video like this in another video WHAT THE HELL AM I TALKING ABOUT? […]

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Matthew Weise – Where Stories Come From: How Pop-Culture Fuels Our Imaginations

Matthew Weise – Where Stories Come From: How Pop-Culture Fuels Our Imaginations

– Alright, well, I wanted to thank you all for coming for Matthew Weise and Where Stories Come From. I’m Nathan Fox, I’m chair of the MFA Visual Narrative Program here at the School of Visual Arts. (laughter) Thank you. Some students are here, if anybody would like to accost them and ask them about […]

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Hero Ink: Guardian Angel Dog (Season 1) | A&E

Hero Ink: Guardian Angel Dog (Season 1) | A&E

[music] [sirens] – My client today is Mike Toussaint. He’s a former dog handler with Naval Special Operations. Unfortunately his canine partner passed away, saving his life, in Afghanistan. [music] [buzzing] It’s funny, too, like, how things come and go, because World War II, we had ,dogs. – Oh yeah. – But then in they […]

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