- 00:00:00 | Intro
- 00:00:25 | Chapter Begins
- 00:01:43 | 1.1 Automated Shopping
- 00:11:57 | 1.2 Automated Manufacturing
- 00:21:12 | 1.3 3d Printing
- 00:28:54 | 1.4 Automated Construction
- 00:32:21 | 1.5 Automated Journalism
- 00:36:44 | 1.6 AI Assistants
- 00:45:33 | 1.7 Autonomous Vehicles
- 00:49:24 | 1.8 A (Possible) History of Self-Driving Cars
- 00:58:46 | Outro
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- In the TV series Star Trek, a replicator works by rearranging subatomic particles, which are abundant everywhere in the universe, to form molecules and arrange those molecules to form the object. For example, to create a pork chop, the replicator would first form atoms of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, etc., then arrange them into amino acids, proteins, and cells, and assemble the particles into the form of a pork chop.
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- Theme song: The Freeharmonic Orchestra - RoboHobo
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