Hottest Videos AI Summarized 2024-04-13

【零門檻】1個AI工具,解放設計❗️|建築設計/室內設計/電商設計/遊戲設計|AI TOOLS FOR DESIGNERS

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1. 📝 【零門檻】1個AI工具,解放設計❗️|建築設計/室內設計/電商設計/遊戲設計|AI TOOLS FOR DESIGNERS (9 times summarized)


💥【无门槛】一个AI工具,解放设计!🎨 | 适用于建筑设计/室内设计/电商设计/游戏设计 | AI TOOLS FOR DESIGNERS

天呐,这个网站真的要颠覆设计界了!

你敢想象吗?这样一张设计的草图,1秒就可以生成各种不同风格的效果图!只用一张产品图,就可以做出超美的产品海报,根本不用请模特,全世界的AI模特都可以穿上你的衣服!AI时代只有你想不到,没有什么他做不到的!

用AI去辅助设计,真的是太逆天了!

今天这期视频,木子想为你分享一个可以帮你降本增效的网站,无论你是设计师、电商从业者,还是一个普通人,我相信啊,他一定��会给你带来一些改变,让你发现全新的世界!

偷偷告诉你,很多人甚至已经用它开始做兼职赚钱接单了!

好,废话不多说,让我们直接开始吧!

那我这次介绍的网站,叫做Prome AI,这是他的官网,我们可以看到,他无论是对室内设计、建筑设计、电商设计,还是游戏动漫行业,都有对应的解决方案和产品!

我们先选择一下网站的语言,简体中文,是不是顺眼多了!然后登录,选择一个登录方式即可!

那现在我们已经登录进去了,这个界面也是非常简洁的,各种AI设计工具在左边这里都给我们列出来了!

首先,我想给大家详细介绍,我觉得非常好用的5大功能!

1. 草图渲染

无论是对室内设计师、还是建筑设计师、或是我们每个普通人都非常有帮助,可以帮助你把一张简单的草图直接就变成完整的效果图!

我们来看一下怎么操作!左边这里选择草图渲染,进去以后,我们在上方可以看到他的操作提示,上传照片或线稿就可以生成效果图,甚至啊可以文生图!

一般建议我们多尝试几个风格!下面这一栏就是我们的资料库,有一些是网站给到的默认素材图,给你试着玩玩的,当然,你自己上传的图片也会出现在这里!

在下方呢,有两个Tab,社区和历史,社区里,是各路大神的作品,点击它我们可以看到这个生成前后的效果对比,或者你也可以选择基于这张图片再创作!

今天的视频,我就想试试看,渲染自己的草图!点击这个加号,上传一张这样的室内设计草图,在下方你可以填写一些额外的prompt,也可以什么都不填,然后选择风格!

这里啊,我觉得好像都是针对人像的风格,我就都暂时不选,再选择场景!大家看,居然有这么多的场景,建筑室内,甚至时装设计,珠宝设计等等的草图都可以上传上来!

我这里呢,因为是一张室内的草图,所以我就选择室内,这里的场景选择客厅,然后我想选一个风格,嗯,就亚洲现代都市吧,环境呢选择白天,最后是渲染的模式,从轮廓到精准,是越来越贴近原图!

我用三种模式呢都各自生成一下,看看给大家做一个对比!天呐,我觉得每个效果都做的很好,非常真实,包括这个光影打在地上的感觉,整个氛围都超棒的!

但是非设计师的你可能会觉得,这个功能和我有什么关系?等等,看!

这是一张小孩子的绘画作品,如果你有自己的孩子,一定对这一类的绘画作品非常熟悉,他们每天都可以生成好几张!

那你想不想发挥他的第二次作用,让你的孩子看到这个作品的另外一面呢!来我们把它上传,然后选择一个风格,我们首先试一下这个卡通的风格,然后生成!

原来看起来非常简单的画,居然可以变成像迪士尼里的场景一样,好可爱啊有没有!当然了,这里还有非常非常多其他的风格,你可以都试试看,说不定会碰撞出一些奇特的火花!

而且我们也可以把思路拓展,这个功能,我们拿来做儿童绘本,或者小说的AI视频,是不是也超实用的!

2. 效果图转草图

除了可以把草图转为效果图以外,反过来,我们还可以把效果图转化为草图,或者是线稿!

比如我上传这样一张已经渲染好的室内设计效果图,在下方可以选择草图的类型,比如我们想对比一下设计草图,这里手绘线稿、精细线稿和铅笔线稿的区别,我们分别生成一下,看看大家觉得你更喜欢哪个效果呢!

这个功能我觉得还是蛮有意思的,就是可以把两张照片的风格融合在一起,你可以融合线稿和一张效果图,怎么样是不是简直是无缝衔接!

不过呢,我今天想玩点有意思的,这种把动物拟人化,是不是看起来非常有趣!

3. 动物拟人化

这个操作也很简单,上传一张动物的图片,因为我们想做动物穿西装的风格嘛,就选男性,这张西装的帅照,接下来在渲染模式这里选择深度,然后生成!

我们来看下效果,这个穿着西装的小狗是不是很可爱!而且啊,这类图片不光可以拿来自己玩,甚至很多人已经拿来在Etsy上售卖,为有宠物的主人们啊,定制宠物的肖像,也是一种很好的变现模式!

我觉得这个功能,用来做电商的产品摄影图,真的超级友好,根本不需要你自己拍摄,只要一张产品效果图就可以生成,这个成本也省太多了吧!

我们来看几张效果,是不是跟真实拍出来效果,也根本差不多!

4. 产品摄影图

这个操作也是非常简单的,我们上传一张产品的图片,选择一个你喜欢的场景,可以是纯色的,也可以是这种很漂亮的展台,选择一下图片的比例,就可以生成啦!

我们来看一下效果,是不是真的和自己拍没什么区别了!

如果你是电商从业者,那一定要记得试试看这个功能哦!

5. AI超模

有些做电商的朋友可能就会说,我做的不是这一类具体产品的,我是卖衣服的,现在AI可以帮我做什么呢!

AI超模这就来了,只要上传一张你自己的衣服,你就可以找全世界不同人种样貌、发型的模特来为你代言!

比如我在社区里看到这件衣服,看起来不错,想要换个模特看看效果,我们点击再创作,可以看到刚才的那张原图已经在这了,选择出衣服的部分,注意,被涂抹的是等会模特需要穿的衣服,也就是保留的部分,然后在下方这里选择模特对应的参数,比如是哪个地区的人种,他的发型是怎样等等,然后再选择照片的背景,一键生成!

天哪,是不是毫无违和感,再也不用找各种模特了,直接AI就完事儿了!

除此以外,Prome AI还有非常非常多其他好玩的功能,我觉得大家都可以试试看!

比如这个AI图片生成,就是文生图的能力,输入一段文字的prompt就可以生成图片,是不是效果还可以!最关键的是,它相比于Midjourney来说,几乎可以是免费的呀!

那接下来,变化重绘这个功能,我觉得呢,也可以给设计的朋友们一些小小的灵感,只需要上传一张图,它就可以生成风格布局、视觉感官都相似的图片!

我们上传一张室内设计效果图,那为了对比效果呢,我分别把变化程度调为20、70和100试试看,我们来看一下最终的差异!

然后是AI写真,用你自己的脸,不用换衣服,不用化妆,就完全可以满足自己cos各种场景的梦想,是不是很爽!

文字效果,这个功能对一些产品LOGO的设计师来说,我觉得也是超级有用的,只要上传你自己LOGO或产品名字的平面板,选择一个风格,就可以生成非常好看有腔调的文字效果图,这种图在外面不花个几千块钱,应该做不出来吧!

我们现在呢,可以说是已经快把图片都玩出花来了,但同时呢,我们在玩的过程当中,免不了会需要对图片做一些简单的编辑,所以prome AI还非常贴心地给了对应的小工具,可以看到,现在图片编辑Tab下共有4个功能,分别是高清放大、涂抹替换、尺寸外扩和重打光!

那这些功能,基本上你光是听名字,就可以猜出来它具体是做什么的!

首先,高清放大就是提升图片的清晰度,不仅仅呢是简单的放大,还能增强内容、修复损坏元素,并添加更多精细的细节!

涂抹替换呢就比较好玩了,只要涂抹图片里的一些部位,就可以把它替换成你想要的画面,比如我把这里的云替换成一只小狗,嘻嘻!

尺寸外扩就是当你期望调整图片的尺寸时,AI可以帮你补充空白画面的部分,比如从这样变成这样!

最后重打光就是字面意思,重打光对画面的光线进行调整!

接下来我和大家介绍一下,这款产品的付费情况!

首先免费版每个月有10个金币,每生成一张图啊是消耗0.1个金币,所以每个月你可以免费生成100张图,是不是还蛮够用的了!

当然了如果你想要更多金币,也可以升级版本!

那你觉得AI的这些功能,真的会颠覆设计界吗?欢迎在评论区告诉我你的想法哦!

实际上现在AI时代下,很多人都会问,我的工作会不会被AI替代,而我认为呢,未来淘汰你的不是AI,而是那些会用AI工具的人!

技术替代人工的同时,也会啊创造新的就业机会!

如果你想抓住这个机遇,探索更多人生的可能性,那希望我提供的AI商业实战攻略,可以给你一些思路!

在里面,我不仅分享了AI工具的使用方式,还有AI如何替你减轻工作量,如何帮你打造个人的IP等等!

感兴趣的话,可以点击视频下方说明,来你的链接查看课程,还有3节免费试听课,千万不要错过了!

如果你喜欢这期视频的话,不要忘记给我点赞关注并开启小铃铛,这将鼓励我制作更多优质的视频!

我是木子,带你一起用AI改变生活,赚被动收入!

【突發】2024年美國頂不住要降息了?別做夢了?提前投資的人終將一無所有?最壞的情況還沒有出現,泡沫還沒被刺破?之前有多樂觀,現在就有多慘?(上)

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2. 📝 【突發】2024年美國頂不住要降息了?別做夢了?提前投資的人終將一無所有?最壞的情況還沒有出現,泡沫還沒被刺破?之前有多樂觀,現在就有多慘?(上) (7 times summarized)

摘要

2024年经济预期降息,但是否会如期发生还是未知。

亮点

  • 4.99 - 美联储计划在今年降息三次。
  • 17.01 - 美联储前期大力升息,导致全球经济疲软。
  • 29.3 - 仍需等待美联储实际行动,不要过度乐观。
  • 47.35 - 成功与最终结果之间存在差异,需理性对待。
  • 116.95 - 投资者要提前布局,考虑美元贬值带来的影响。
  • 141.04 - 重要信息将在未来六次议息会议中揭晓。
  • 186.16 - 美国资本家在历史上的掠夺方式进行了详细描述。

#投资 #美联储 #经济衰退 #资本流动 #美元供应量

Valve's "Secret Weapon"

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3. 📝 Valve's "Secret Weapon" (7 times summarized)

Summary

Valve经过大量游戏测试才发现了《传送门》的关键设计元素,包括GLaDOS作为最终反派以及变化谜题元素。

Highlights

  • 2.28 - 在游戏测试过程中,测试人员为Valve提供了宝贵的反馈。
  • 28.02 - Valve确保游戏的学习曲线完美,改善挫败感,调整难度。
  • 76.38 - Robbin Walker表示,《创世纪》的早期测试奠定了《传送门》的核心玩法。
  • 132.24 - Valve对游戏测试视为工程问题来解决和验证假设。
  • 925.94 - 游戏测试即使有痛苦,也是Valve策划游戏最重要的工具。

#游戏测试 #设计元素 #Valve #GLaDOS #传送门

Understanding Car Crashes: When Physics Meets Biology

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4. 📝 Understanding Car Crashes: When Physics Meets Biology (6 times summarized)


Understanding Car Crashes: When Physics Meets Biology

(Engine Revving) (Lively Music)

Why do some spectacular car crashes only result in minor injuries? How can a single car crash result in three collisions?

The answers to these questions are determined by natural laws, and can best be explained by the intersection of physics and biology. By studying injury biomechanics, or the study of how force affects the human body, we have gained a deeper understanding of what happens during high-speed car crashes. This information is used by doctors and engineers to build safer cars and racetracks.

(Machine Whirring)

Similarly, biomechanics research in crash tests helps us understand what happens to the human body in car crashes, and what is effective or ineffective in reducing injuries and fatalities in real-world crashes.

Hello, I'm Greg Jones. I'm a science teacher at the Vehicle Research Center of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, where I explore the fundamental science behind car crashes and their consequences.

Let's take a closer look at what happens to the human body in a crash.

(Upbeat Electronic Music)

When you think of car crashes, what scientific discipline comes to mind? It's probably physics, since Newton's laws of motion determine what happens to a car in a crash. But if we want to understand how a crash causes injuries, we need to look at what happens when physical forces are applied to organs, tissues, and cells.

This intersection of physics and biology occurs in the field of injury biomechanics.

The Vehicle Research Center is a world-class vehicle research and testing facility. One reporter described the crash hall as a combination of a Hollywood soundstage and a NASA clean room. Using nitrogen-driven hydraulic machines and cable systems, vehicles are driven at precise speeds along the tracks. High-speed cameras are illuminated by a 500-frame-per-second lighting array, providing up to 750,000 watts of shadow-free lighting.

The research being conducted today focuses on understanding and replicating the injuries sustained in real-world crashes. In this experiment, a car crash into a tree is being replicated.

(Car Crash Sound)

To understand the injuries sustained by the driver in the actual crash, the airbags are disabled.

Lorraine: "Observe the driver's chest. We can see that the chest compression reached approximately 50 millimeters."

The chest acceleration is 70-80 g, producing an acceleration range.

Lorraine: "The likelihood of a skull fracture is high."

Man: "That's really bad."

Lorraine: "Yes, it's really bad."

Griff: "Figuring out what exactly happened in this test crash is the job of the research engineers here."

Using advanced tools such as crash test dummies, in-car instruments, and high-speed cameras, they can analyze every detail and accurately depict what happened to the vehicle and its occupants.

When research engineers use terms like "chest compression reaching approximately 50 millimeters," what does that mean for a human occupant? If the chest acceleration is 70-80 g, or the equivalent of 70-80 times the weight of the dummy's chest pressing on it, is it possible to survive?

People have been studying the limits of human tolerance to force for decades. Today's car and truck drivers benefit from biomechanics research conducted in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s in the field of aviation, where researchers studied how to protect pilots and astronauts from the violent forces of high-speed travel.

(Crazed Piano Music)

John Stapp, a US Air Force doctor and biophysicist, conducted experiments on himself to study human tolerance to high-g environments.

Narrator: "From the outside, it looks like a routine high-speed stop."

Griff: "In one of Stapp's many tests, the speed reached 632 miles per hour, and then one of the most powerful braking systems ever built stopped him in 1.4 seconds, subjecting him to over 40 g, or 40 times the force of gravity."

Stapp's research helped determine the limits of human tolerance to high-g environments, and his work in developing and improving ejection seats has saved countless lives.

Stapp realized that the number of deaths from car crashes was almost equal to the number of deaths from plane crashes, so he began a car crash program using rocket sleds for safety belt tests. Human volunteers worked with Stapp's biophysics research team and were subjected to forces up to 28 g in safety belt tests.

This early research laid the groundwork for the complex crash analysis being conducted today.

These dummies are the perfect example of how science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are used to extend scientific understanding. They are the modern counterparts of Stapp's human volunteers.

VRC crash tests don't just use one dummy, and there's not just one type of event. There are multiple dummies for different types of crashes.

(Lively Original Music)

Marvin: "This is our series of crash test dummies, ranging from six months old to the 95th percentile of adults."

Griff: "The 95th percentile is what?"

Marvin: "That means it's taller than 95% of the US male population."

Griff: "Wow."

Marvin: "Yes. If he could stand, he would be 6 feet 2 inches tall and weigh 223 pounds. Quite large."

Griff: "What about the smaller dummies?"

Marvin: "They're called 'children.'

Griff: "Children?"

Marvin: "Yes, they're not actually crabby, but they represent child restraint safety belt interaction."

Griff: "So, for a head-on crash, it's the 50th percentile?"

Marvin: "Yes."

Griff: "Okay."

Marvin: "The side-impact dummy is a very complex dummy. It has the most instruments. It has sensors from head to toe."

Griff: "So the dummy is very complex."

Marvin: "Yes, it provides data from many different body areas."

Griff: "But how do we connect all this dummy data to real-world injuries?"

All these crash test data can be compared to similar measurements taken from experiments using animal models or postmortem human specimens to understand how much force a particular body part can withstand before breaking.

To determine if a person will be injured, you need to know the strength of the bones, the strength of the tissues, and what conditions cause them to break.

Crash test dummies aim to provide a clearer understanding of what actually happens to people.

This is where the term "biofidelity" comes from.

Biofidelity refers to the features of a dummy that represent its similarity to a real human. The higher the biofidelity, the more accurately the dummy represents its movement, the types of forces measured in crash tests, and the realism of the resulting injuries.

Research engineers can use this information to accurately predict what a human occupant will experience in a crash test.

Using Stapp's experiments, along with decades of research on postmortem human and animal specimens, a set of reference values has been established. These reference values can be compared to the forces and deformations experienced by the dummy in a crash test to determine if they will cause injury to the occupant.

But what do these forces and stresses actually do to people?

Let's start with some basic anatomy.

Your body contains over 100 trillion cells, organized into four levels of structure. Cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.

Tissues are groups of similar cells that work together to perform a common function.

Organs are made up of two or more types of tissues that work together to perform a specific function.

Each organ is part of at least one organ system that performs a major activity or process.

Your body contains four fluid-filled spaces called cavities, which house and protect your major internal organs.

In these cavities, your organs float in fluid, supported by the weight of the fluid, which prevents them from deforming due to normal movement.

Your organs are also protected by bones and muscles.

For example, your heart and lungs are protected by the thoracic cavity and ribcage.

Your brain is housed in the cranial cavity and protected by the skull.

Now, keeping this in mind, let's revisit the question from the beginning of the film. How can a crash result in three collisions?

Remember, the laws of physics apply everywhere, on the highway, on the racetrack, and even inside your body.

If a racecar is traveling at 200 miles per hour, the driver's body and all its internal organs are also traveling at 200 miles per hour.

Let's answer the question.

The first collision occurs between the car and the wall.

The second collision occurs between the driver and the interior of the car.

The third collision occurs between the driver's internal organs and the interior of their body.

To help us understand what happens during the third collision, let's meet Dr. Stephen Olvey, a neurointensivist and chief of neurocritical care at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami.

Olvey: "There are essentially three collisions. You have the initial impact with the vehicle. Then, the passenger hits something inside the vehicle and suddenly stops. This creates internal forces."

For example, the lungs may hit the chest wall, the heart may hit the chest wall or the inside of the chest, causing lung contusions or heart muscle contusions.

This is what causes the spleen to rupture, the liver to tear, because one part of the organ is fixed and the other part can move freely, creating shearing forces that cause tissue bleeding or tearing.

The brain is enclosed in a hard box, the skull. It is cushioned and surrounded by cerebrospinal fluid.

The density of the cerebrospinal fluid is actually different from that of the brain itself.

So, if the skull is struck, when the brain begins to move, the cerebrospinal fluid also begins to move, but at a different speed than the brain.

This causes the brain to move in the opposite direction of the initial impact.

Griff: "This simple experiment demonstrates this."

This represents your skull.

The water represents your cerebrospinal fluid.

The red jelly represents your brain.

The jelly floats because its density is less than that of the water, just like your brain has a lower density than your cerebrospinal fluid.

What do you think will happen when the skull is struck?

Will the brain move forward, backward, or stay in the same place?

Let's see.

The brain's initial movement is towards the back of the skull.

The denser fluid moves towards the side of the skull that was struck, causing the brain to move in the opposite direction.

If the impact is strong enough, the brain will first hit the back of the skull, then rebound and hit the front of the skull.

This type of injury is called a "contrecoup" injury, from the French for "hit against hit."

The sequence of events in the skull is still a topic of debate in the medical community.

Is it the denser fluid that moves first in the opposite direction, or does the brain move first in the direction of the initial impact, then get moved by the wave of cerebrospinal fluid?

By the way, this simple experiment was designed by a high school student for her science fair project.

It was later published in a medical journal and sparked controversy.

When pressure is applied to an organ, injury occurs due to the force applied.

Another way for injury to occur is when one part of an organ or tissue is fixed and the other part can move freely.

For example, the aortic arch and its branches are mobile, while the descending aorta is fixed.

Let's demonstrate how sudden deceleration can cause an aortic dissection.

The unsupported part of the aorta continues to move forward and tears away from the supported part.

In a real crash, the fixed part of the aorta slows down with the body, while the moving part continues to move forward.

This creates a tear at the point where the fixed and moving parts meet.

Even the inertia of a filled heart can cause stress and injury to the aortic arch.

We've been talking about the forces and stresses on tissues and organs.

But what exactly are force and stress?

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Force is a measure of the average deforming load applied to a defined region of an organ.

Stress produces strain, which is the degree of deformation of an organ due to stress.

This special gel has elastic properties similar to some human tissues.

However, not all human tissues have the same strength.

External forces and pressures cause internal pressures and stresses in tissues.

There are three basic types of stress: tensile stress, which is produced by stretching; compressive stress, which is produced by compression; and shear stress, which is produced by a combination of tension and compression.

Engineers determine the safety of a bridge by comparing the stresses on the bridge to the strength of the building material.

Each material, whether it's concrete or different types of human tissues, has a critical stress limit.

Staying below this limit prevents damage or failure.

Exceeding the stress limit causes failure.

Injury to human tissues is like structural failure.

This is a special gel.

A common type of injury in car crashes is blunt trauma, which is non-penetrating injury caused by the body hitting a rounded or blunt object, and vice versa.

Impact creates a shock wave that travels through the body, similar to a shock wave traveling through air.

I'm hitting this gel with a mallet, creating a slow-motion visible shock wave.

When the wave passes through different density tissues, it changes speed and/or direction, creating complex wave interactions that cause stress and strain in tissues and organs.

Larger, more concentrated impacts create larger, more destructive shock waves, causing more stress and strain.

If the type and magnitude of stress exceed the strength of the tissue, injury occurs.

But what does the shock wave actually do to the tissue?

When the shock wave passes through the tissue, it disrupts the function of cells at the cellular level.

Olvey: "Cells are actually damaged and begin to malfunction. Glutamate and potassium leave the cells, and calcium enters. In brain injuries, this ion shift causes the release of chemicals that disrupt the brain's ability to regulate its own blood flow, impairing its ability to supply oxygen to the brain."

This failure of self-regulation disrupts the brain's ability to supply oxygen to individual cells.

This creates a risk of malfunction or even cell death.

This is a chain reaction or cascade of chemical events at the cellular level.

Griff: "So, we've learned how car crashes cause injuries.

Powerful forces create shock waves, which create pressure, causing tissues and organs to stretch, tear, or compress.

This sets off a series of events that can lead to cell death."

The key to reducing car crash injuries is reducing the force on vehicle occupants.

Olvey's daily work is to save lives in the hospital.

In his other career, he is a pioneer in race car medicine and the chief medical officer for the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series.

Olvey organized the first traveling medical team for motorsports.

Starting in the early 1980s, he and his team began collecting data on injuries related to racing crashes to identify trends and systematically study injuries.

In 1993, Olvey's team began using professional race cars as laboratories, collecting and analyzing data from onboard crash recorders.

This led to significant improvements in the safety of race cars and tracks.

Now, they've even added functionality to the walls.

Olvey: "It's called the SAFER Wall, which is a series of energy-absorbing foam blocks behind the wall that can absorb impact. It reduces the impact force by 40-60%."

You've heard of black boxes on planes.

Well, we have crash recorders on cars too.

This box has three accelerometers that measure acceleration in three directions: vertical, horizontal, and longitudinal.

So, when a crash occurs, the data can be downloaded from the recorder, taken back to the lab, and used to accurately determine what the driver experienced during the crash.

This allows for the creation of computer models and the reenactment of the crash, and changes can be made to the car.

The advances in crash safety brought about by injury biomechanics research have greatly increased the survival chances of drivers in high-speed crashes.

Six-point harnesses, rigid safety cages or safety buckets, energy-absorbing head surrounds, separable parts, and energy-absorbing walls all help reduce force on the occupant and prevent injury.

Many of these improvements have come from the work of the Vehicle Research Center.

Adrian: "The key is to design the structure of the car to crush in front, slowing the car down gradually over time."

If you slow the car down gradually, you have more time to protect the occupants.

So, you have a little extra time to manage the occupant's kinetic energy.

We have a good safety cage here.

This means that the safety belts and airbags have enough space to work properly.

So, even after the front of the car comes to a stop, the safety belts can still stretch and the airbags can still deflate, allowing the occupants to ride it out.

We're looking for ways to extend the time it takes for these changes to occur.

Griff: "Now, side impacts are actually harder to increase the time of, so we do something different. We try to distribute the force over a larger area of the body, so that no single part of the body is subjected to force that could cause injury."

Griff: "If you don't do that, then maybe the steering wheel will come in and hit you immediately, trying to accelerate your entire body through your abdomen."

Griff: "Then, you'll be injured."

Griff: "You have more force concentrated in a smaller area, so you'll sustain more damage to the tissues and organs."

Griff: "Force and pressure are related, but they're not the same thing."

Griff: "Let me show you a more dramatic demonstration of the difference."

Griff: "Why aren't these incredibly sharp fingernails cutting through my skin?"

Griff: "It's not magic. It's because the force is spread out over a larger area of my skin."

Griff: "The trick is to have a lot of fingernails."

Griff: "Pressure equals force divided by the area over which the force is applied."

Griff: "The more nails on the board, the larger the total area of the board, and the less pressure on any one nail."

Griff: "More nails means less pressure."

Griff: "We have a lot of nails on our board, and we're going to put a 223 caliber impact dummy on my chest."

Griff: "Even though the force is greater, there are still enough nails to keep the pressure within a safe but uncomfortable range."

Griff: "In the past, crashes were always called accidents."

Griff: "But that doesn't tell you how to prevent them."

Griff: "Telling you how to prevent them is recognizing that they're a collapse."

Griff: "It's a physics problem."

Griff: "It's predictable."

Griff: "Its consequences are predictable."

Griff: "It's just physics and biology."

Griff: "Whether it's on the track, on a rocket sled, or on the highway,"

Griff: "When the forces on the occupant are high, tissues and organs are at risk of injury."

Griff: "In a crash, ensuring occupant safety involves extending the time of the crash, keeping the passenger compartment intact, and keeping the occupant connected to the vehicle."

Griff: "What happens to the human body in a crash is determined by physics and biology."

Griff: "You can't argue with hard science."

Debunking Devin: "First AI Software Engineer" Upwork lie exposed!

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5. 📝 Debunking Devin: "First AI Software Engineer" Upwork lie exposed! (5 times summarized)

Summary

在这个视频中,作者揭霭了一个关于Devin在Upwork网站上声称成为"第一个人工智能软件工程师"的谎言。作者分析了Devin实际所做的工作,展示了这一声称的不实际。视频强调了透明度、谣言传播、人工智能软件实际能力等问题。

Highlights

  • 🤥 Devin声称成为"第一个人工智能软件工程师"
  • 💔 Devin的声称被证实为谎言,对人工智能行业形象有负面影响
  • 💻 Devin在实际工作中表现不佳,无法实现客户要求的任务
  • 🔍 涉及到透明度、虚假宣传等问题,呼吁不要轻易相信互联网上未经证实的信息
  • 🔧 探讨了Devin在Upwork上接受工作所面临的困难和挑战

#DevinDebunked #人工智能真相 #透明度与虚假宣传

Questions

  1. Devin的虚假声称可能给人工智能行业带来哪些负面影响?
  2. 作者在视频中提到的透明度和虚假宣传问题如何影响行业的发展和公信力?
  3. 如何识别和避免在互联网上疑似虚假信息的误导?
Beware of AI Coding Assistants | GitHub Copilot vs JetBrains AI

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6. 📝 Beware of AI Coding Assistants | GitHub Copilot vs JetBrains AI (5 times summarized)

Summary

在这段视频中,作者比较了两个流行的AI编码助手GitHub Copilot和JetBrains AI,并分享了使用这些工具时的经验教训。作者强调了不应过度依赖提示来编写应用程序,同时也提到了自动生成的代码可能存在的问题。

Highlights

  • ⚠️ 不应过度依赖提示来编写应用程序,特别是初级用户。 #提示
  • 🛠️ 自动生成的代码可能会导致大量重构和审查工作。 #自动生成
  • 💡 人工智能助手可以帮助简化代码和提供解释,适用于初级和高级开发人员。 #简化代码
  • 🚀 探索新的编程模式和替代方案,提高编码效率。 #新方法
  • ✈️ 确保在使用AI编码助手时仍能掌控所编写的内容。 #控制编码

Questions

  1. 为什么不能过度依赖AI编码助手的提示来编写程序?
  2. 在使用自动生成代码时,如何避免大量的重构工作?
  3. AI编码助手如何帮助简化代码并提供解释,特别是对于初级开发人员而言?
How You Can Manage Your Executive Dysfunction · ADHD/ Autism · The Sandwich Technique

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7. 📝 How You Can Manage Your Executive Dysfunction · ADHD/ Autism · The Sandwich Technique (4 times summarized)

总结

在这个视频中,作者讨论了如何管理执行功能障碍以及如何使用三明治技术来实现更平衡的生活。执行功能障碍可能会对神经分歧的人心理健康产生影响,因此管理这一问题至关重要。

亮点

  • ⏰ 执行功能障碍对神经分歧的人心理健康产生深远影响。
  • 💡 使用三明治技术可以帮助将一天分解为有效的任务清单。
  • 🛏 好的睡眠习惯对神经分歧的人至关重要。
  • 🧩 土豆日和奶酪日的概念,有助于平衡工作和放松的时间。

#执行功能障碍 #三明治技术 #心理健康

问题

  1. 为什么作者强调了早晨对于管理执行功能障碍的重要性?
  2. 三明治技术如何帮助作者和其他患有多动症和自闭症的人?
  3. 在视频中提到的土豆日和奶酪日有什么具体的实践建议可供观众参考?