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Films on Demand - Electrical
Electricity and Magnetism Segment 13 (04:06)
Light, Heat, and Electricity: Precision—The Measure of All Things
Andre-Marie Ampere discovers he can create magnets using electrical currents. The galvanometer paves the way for telegraphs.
Electricity Today Segment 22 (01:17)
The ability to generate and transmit electricity, and the invention of machines to use it, changed our world. Without electricity, the modern world would collapse
Thomas Edison's Impact Segment 2 (03:34)
The incandescent light bulb revolutionized the electricity industry. Edison's system generated direct current and was a limited form of power. Tesla imagined an alternating current (AC) Motor. Distributed by PBS Distribution.
Films on Demand - Industry
Autonomous Robotics Segment 3 (06:04)
Beyond Innovation: Episode 10
Silicon Valley Robotics Managing Director Andra Keay discusses the progression of the robotics industry and prominent capabilities
Evaluative Ethics Segment 13 (02:58)
The Bionic Man: Age of Robots
Meyer's discusses the lack of ethical guidelines in the robotics industry. Bostrom defines a living machine and addresses the future of biotechnology.
Robotics Segment 8 (03:20)
By 2077, robots will be a regular part of life; robots are currently at level one consciousness. The robotics industry will be larger than the current automobile industry. Experts consider humanity's relationships with robots.