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  1. Not a bad talk, Uri has a few thought provoking ideas here. He does however elude to something of particular importance regarding creativity and that is the role of the arts and imagination in stimulating creative thoughts and actions. Einstein played a musical instrument and apparently loved the music of Mozart. He is also reported to have said that his breakthrough ideas came not as a direct result of mathematical rigour or scientific formulae, but from imagination, playful postulation and playing/listening to music. It reminds me of the limited power of the conscious mind versus the vastly powerful subconscious mind.

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  2. Great talk! whenever I do math homework I struggle with, even though I was taught the process to do it, I always feel frustrated while doing it. "In the cloud" to put it in these terms. And it motivates me to try harder until I get the answer right. 

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  3. I'm at a really difficult point of my research right now, where it seems like nothing is working or will work. I am well and truly in the cloud. But even knowing theres a definition for what i'm feeling makes me feel better. This talk was inspirational to me and made me feel better. Thank you for this.

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  4. Every scientist should learn the philosophy and realization of chaos. This cloud that Uri Alon realized as a fact of nature and psychology is the force of chaos in the reality we live in

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  5. I've had the chance to talk to a fair few people at my university doing PhDs, they've been scaring me with their dead-ends. I've always viewed these dead-ends as brick walls, but this talk has really relieved me going on to do my PhD, I like the idea of having a less cynical and motionless approach to research.

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  6. this talk shockingly resembles the movie "edge of tomorrow" after coming home from seeing the movie i just had to watch this talk again…the movie helped me understand what Uri Alon is describing on a completely different level. i think this talk should have far more views then it does because it describes a part of reality that nobody really understands.

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  7. How was this any sort of "profound" much like Aaliyah's "If at first you don't succeed, you can dust it off and try again"? Just use a trending buzz word – "cloud" – check your EQ, your subjectivity, extend it to 15 minutes, then it becomes a TED talk. Really? Am I missing something here? If hypothesis then conclusion, otherwise, try again, R&D. That's it right?

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  8. I love the talk, but wish (because of The Cloud's meaning in computers) he used the word, The Fog. Still, this is not just science, it is also often the situation with computer programming.

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  9. Who said that science is dry?  Sometimes we've got to get zany to loosen the right cerebral hemisphere from its perch!  True knowledge is gained when we step back & not take the purely logical path for a moment.

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  10. I want to go into biological research (Or at least I thought I did) and I looked up employment projections, classes on YouTube, starting salaries, requirements, etc before but never how the actual research felt. How does an experiment fail for example? And experiment is supposed to answer a question. Assuming you did it right, how does that not happen? How do you gain nothing from it? This guy really opened my eyes a bit. Great talk for me, I should look more into it.

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  11. the Cloud, where some parts match but others dont, close but not exact, Yes like tuning a PID loop. its an analog system , always escaping an exact solution,.
    the solution is to accept error . If we as GHz parallel machines make errors, we should accept errors in other systems, So we can make allowence for error and predict a best guess . sensor fusion. I tried to make a balancing machine. I made something that came close but never could attain zero for infinite time. 

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  12. They say genius is where intelligence comes together with great creativity. So what this guy is doing is to encourage more creativity which in turn will hopefully encourage more genius! 

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  13. "The years of anxious searching in the dark, with their intense longing, their intense alternations of confidence and exhaustion and the final emergence into the light—only those who have experienced it can understand it."    Albert Einstein

    "It is almost a miracle that modern teaching methods have not yet entirely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry; for what this delicate little plant needs more than anything, besides stimulation, is freedom." Albert Einstein

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  14. What a great insight, to reach a truly new concept you always need to start with a goal but will inherently end up with a different final product, by nature of the fact that the truly new has to engender the unknown. Great point, I never connected that fact to being an integral part of research into innovative ideas. 

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  15. http://nikhilthegrizzlybear.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/how-to-improve-innovation-how-recent.html
    It takes a leap into the unknown in some fields that's for sure.. but innovation, new ideas, can be found easily too. There are so many inventions in different fields happening every day. What happens if we made it easier for specialists in different fields to keep updated on their info? Made research easier to understand for laymen/non specilaists by simply putting an introduction out there in the free version of the paper (often papers in various fields are written so specifically and to that topic, without easy introductions so that an oncology specialist wouldn't know what's going on in a detailed organ regeneration paper)
    China alone is producing 1,000 new papers a day! It's REALLY hard to keep up. So it's key we get more innovation by making it easier for our experts to interact. Increasing access to education, making papers easier to understand and accessible (by simply adding not only the abstract but also the introduction into a paper for instance) and encouraging wide learning in research degrees so that various factors can be understood will all help in that. Read more here:
    http://nikhilthegrizzlybear.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/how-to-improve-innovation-how-recent.html

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  16. Yes and this guy seems like a good science teacher, but yes and I'm pretty sure watching him trying to really do comedy would be fucking horrendous.

    Edit: Oh. God, then he tried to sing and engage the crowd. NO! NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! JUST STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OH SWEET BABY ELVIS.

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  17. This was the number one thing that kept me out of #science  : the lack of a culture of true collaboration and emotion. I've worked with and shared ideas with groups through mediums such as Google+ and #SecondLife  and been much more successful than when talking to college faculty. I don't blame them. The whole landscape a research has changed, and I hope to see more of them blossom in the sun of openness instead of languishing in the cloud.

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  18. Hello everyone. English is not my first language (Sapnish is) and there is not transcript for this talk yet. In min 3:45 he repeats a word he uses a lot, this time he says something like "realistic Eskima". Which is that (second) word that he says? Thanks!!!

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  19. I used to be in the cloud quit a bit in my career.  Yea, I would do my level best with knowledge and support of other tech's, but often I knew more than them so they were in the cloud with me.  Since I was troubleshooting a (that had been developed by 100's of engineers) electrical system with highly complicated systems.  My real issue in the cloud was that those folks I worked for wanted that plane like yesterday!  I got out of airline maintenance, pay is like crap, so are the Unions…people suck in that line of work….wow, I went back to the cloud for just a second there….wheew! 

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