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Now on BBC News,

it is time for Click.

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Welcome.

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Hello, welcome.

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Welcome, how are you?

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Hello...?

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Welcome, welcome...

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Second script - "How are you?

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How are you?"

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Hello, everybody!

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I am literally being built

from the skin out, currently,

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by these two lovely ladies

who are going to try to make me look

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like my publicity photograph.

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All right, then.

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We are all good to go,

Brendan, you happy?

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So what we're going to do

is go to silence, please,

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and go to black.

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Lose the house lights.

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VT10 next.

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ANNOUNCER:

This is BBC Click Live.

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Please welcome your

host, Spencer Kelly!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Erm...right!

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There.

Hello!

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Welcome.

My own floor!

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Welcome to Click Live,

and have we got a show for you!

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Have we got a show for them?

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We have, we're ready to go.

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LAUGHTER

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We have some really amazing

things for you tonight.

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We've got some things that noise,

we've got some things that fly,

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we have some things

for you to taste.

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Some of it won't work, OK?

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LAUGHTER Bear with us,

because hopefully the stuff that

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does work - fingers crossed,

and a lot of it has in rehearsals -

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it is a world-first,

and you won't see this anywhere

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else, and no-one has

seen this before you.

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Before any of that, I have

to introduce you to the other half

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of the show.

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Please welcome to the

stage Kate Russell.

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APPLAUSE

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Brilliant, isn't it?

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When they said I'd have my name

in lights, I was expecting more

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Broadway than boardwalk -

but it's a start!

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It's going to be a really,

really crammed show.

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And I don't want you getting too

comfortable, because there's a lot

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of audience participation.

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So I hope you're ready to take part.

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Do you want to see some tech?

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CROWD:

Yes!

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Good stuff.

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I don't believe you.

Do you want to see some tech?

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CROWD:

Yes!

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I think so.

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All right, so first of all,

we need you to settle down,

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because our first guest

tonight is very mysterious.

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His name is Psychic Joe,

and I'm told things

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are about to get very strange...

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EERIE MUSIC PLAYING

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Hello.

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Computers are a wonderful thing,

but we're going to put them to one

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side just for the moment.

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I'd like to introduce

you to the power of your own mind.

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Breathe slowly and gently,

and I'll discover more about you,

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with just a candle.

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Now, I sometimes get some powers

and signals through,

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and sometimes I get things wrong.

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But most of the time, it's right.

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So stay with me.

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I might just get pieces

of information that come...

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I'm starting with a "G".

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Let me just put this

down for a moment.

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There's a "G" - so I'm

going to start to pull something out

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of the audience.

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Hopefully it's one of you.

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I'm getting a "G".

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Let's start with "G" - Gareth?

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I think this is him.

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Because those are two

different sites.

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Hello, Gareth.

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How are you?

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We have Joe, and he's

going to identify some people

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in the audience, and he's

going to pretend to read their mind

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by telling them things about them,

by reading information from them.

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It's actually us researching these

people online and feeding that

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to him through a hidden earpiece.

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Les?

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Les...?

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It could have been a man,

but I won't make wild assertions.

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Is there a Les?

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Leslie?

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Welcome to the show.

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Glad you've got

a microphone with you now.

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What can I tell you about yourself?

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Um, you have - appropriate that

I'm dressed like this,

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because you've lived

with a priest, haven't you?

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LAUGHS Have you lived with a priest?

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I have, yes.

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You've actually lived with a priest?

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She's right here.

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You don't look like

a priest at all, do you?

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What's your name?

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Andrea Priest.

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Andrea Priest.

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, right...

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So we're researching

some of the people in

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the audience right now.

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The gentleman who's just sat

down in front of us -

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I've just found the address details

of somebody who sat down

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at the front with her

partner as well.

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So we're researching as much

as we can about the people that

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are in front of us.

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Do you have children

called Jack and Sasha?

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Um...we have cats

called Jack and Sasha.

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Oh, it's close!

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It's close, isn't it?

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I've set up a free Wi-Fi network.

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Most people quite happily

click "free Wi-Fi".

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It says please type

in their name, click "connect",

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and that is how we start.

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We then have their name.

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It's the first thing to work from.

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Fortunately, as well,

because it's quite a big event,

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people will like the Facebook page.

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People will say, "I'm at BBC Click."

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We can see that publicly and openly.

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Is this legal?

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Completely legal, yes.

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That's a question

we get asked a lot.

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We're just looking at

information people have

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made available themselves.

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But congratulations on your

four-year anniversary.

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A round of applause please.

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APPLAUSE

There's two main lessons -

be careful what you're

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signing up for.

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The biggest thing that's helping us

the most right now -

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people's social media profiles

are open and public.

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We're not saying not to use it, just

check that your profile is private.

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I'm a complete stranger

to everybody in this audience,

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but so far I've been able to go

onto all of their profiles and look

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at where they were born,

their pictures, their statuses.

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As a total stranger,

you probably don't want me

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reading that information.

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So just - we're not

saying don't use it -

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just make it private

so only your friends can see.

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That would protect you from all

of the things we've found out

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so far, actually.

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We listen to radio, to TV, to music,

to podcasts, using speakers.

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Big speakers in your house and small

speakers that you wear in your ears

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or that are built

into your smartphones.

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So I'm just choosing the perfect bit

of coffee for the levitation.

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It has to be both kind of small,

but also regular, and I don't think

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they normally make coffee beans

with levitation in mind.

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One of the things that

Steve has been working

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on is ultrasounds, OK?

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And we've got a few

ultrasound demos here.

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So I'll tell you what -

rather than explain more about it,

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shall we, uh...just give it a whirl?

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So I'll tell you what -

who's getting something there?

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Raise your hand if you can hear

this, then drop your hand as soon

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as you can't hear it again.

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So this is unusual for a speaker,

because usually when you switch

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a speaker on, everyone can hear it.

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Right now, we're getting

a really narrow beam.

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Really focused beam of sound.

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So if you imagine this

is a lot like a flashlight,

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imagine I'm pointing

a torch around the room.

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You'd only see certain parts of it.

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This is the same idea,

except with sound.

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So we're focusing the sound

and we can focus all that energy,

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all that sound energy,

in a specific place.

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Wow!

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This is the weirdest and slowest

and most continuous Mexican wave

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I've ever seen...

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I have no idea what you're hearing,

because he's never pointed it

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in my direction.

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BEEPING Whoa!

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Seriously?

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Sorry, it's quite

unpleasant, isn't it?

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It can make normal sounds as well.

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So ultrasound is really

high-frequency sound,

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and then you're tying

other stuff into that,

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which you're then

sending around the room?

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So ultrasound is out

of the range of human hearing,

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is pretty much the definition.

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We can hear up to 20,000

hertz, and anything

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above that is ultrasound.

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We can't hear ultrasound,

but this is an ultrasound wave

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that's been combined or modulated

with an audible signal.

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I tell you what - this is not

just the only ultrasound

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weirdness we've got.

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It gets even weirder.

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Pop that down, for goodness's sake.

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This looks like it's landed

from another planet.

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This is incredible.

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Stephen, for the second time

tonight, what on earth is going on?

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So, if we can in here,

you can see there's quite a regular

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pattern on some of these.

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I can't get too close because it

disrupts the sound field.

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But maybe you can see

there's a few balls -

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a bit of a gap.

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So how are you using ultrasound

to actually make stuff levitate?

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Well, these speakers are producing

a big ultrasound signal,

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that's making a standing wave.

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And in between the gaps

of the standing wave,

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the balls can get trapped

and they get kept in the same place.

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Oh, wow!

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Well, that's fantastic.

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In fact, that's so amazing, Steve,

I think we deserve a drink.

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Would you mix us one?

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Yes, of course, Spencer.

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Fantastic, right.

This is the weirdest drink...

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We rehearsed that, could you tell?

What is this, Steve?

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We've got a lovely, lovely

delight for you today.

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It's a single grain of coffee

with a, uh...drop of milk,

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all levitating in

the middle of the air.

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It's a latte.

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LAUGHTER

You have to

have it in, though.

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You can't have it

to go, unfortunately.

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Right, so I'm going to try this.

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My tongue's not long enough...

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Really slowly...

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LAUGHTER Oh!

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You got it!

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APPLAUSE

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That's really...coffee-y.

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That's like really, really strong.

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Is that supposed to be that strong?

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Yes, yeah.

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That's what we've found.

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Sugar tastes sweeter,

and coffee's bitter.

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Fantastic.

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Sri, Steve, thank you very much.

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A round of applause for Sri,

Steve and the ultrasound latte!

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APPLAUSE There were so many amazing

demos and displays in the show

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that we just can't fit

into this program.

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Here's a look at some

of the other highlights

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from our evening of delight.

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We transformed our tech-loving

audience into musicians,

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as Kate and I conducted the biggest

ever micro:bit processor orchestra.

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Let's have some more micro:bits

over here in the air.

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OK, let's have a few at the back.

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Hold those up.

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Oh, great.

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I can see them all in the sky.

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We are still waiting

on the Guinness Book of Records

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to get back to us, though.

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We explored the potential of AR,

with our lucky audience members left

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cowering as a full-scale aircraft

suddenly appeared over their heads.

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Hello, world!

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300,000 people joined us

on Facebook Live during the evening

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as we asked them whether

robots should feel pain.

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Edward Nemil, thank you for this

question on Facebook: "Sacrificing

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a robot for the greater

good might be necessary.

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Why would you want it to feel pain?"

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If we're going to keep having

a servant class of robots,

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then we shouldn't go

down that route.

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But the aims of increasing

intelligence may make that

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impossible.

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We watched drones that study

the landscape and drones that dive,

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as we looked at how

they could help in the future.

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Hello, everybody.

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I'm an environmental scientist.

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I'm interested in how landscapes,

in particularly plants, function.

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We use what we call

remote-sensing techniques -

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we fit cameras to drones

and aircraft, and even use

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satellites, to monitor

the health of ecosystems.

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We use thermal imaging on these

drones to monitor the status

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of the hydrological

status of ecosystems.

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And it's not a Click Live

without a little bit of magic -

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using artificial

intelligence, of course.

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My name's Tom London.

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I'm a magician,

hacker and programmer.

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With technology, machines can think

a thousand times faster than we can.

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And, because of this,

I've worked out a way how

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to accomplish a thing I've

wanted more than anything.

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To my right here, I've

got a Creoqode Nova,

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an AI machine you can purchase

and learn to build AI

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using something called OpenCV -

an open-source library that allows

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you to create AI.

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That's hooked up to the cloud

through the internet,

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which allows me to use multiple

instances of service to do a large

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amount of computing

in just a second.

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On the other end, I've got an Alexa,

which I'm sure you're

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all familiar with.

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I'll try and see if we can get it

to read someone's mind.

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Who would like to

have their mind read?

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Immediately, this gentleman

over here is like, "Yes,

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I definitely want to

have my mind read."

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Do you want to give this gentleman

a round of applause as he comes

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onto the stage?

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APPLAUSE

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Hi, there.

What's your name?

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Mark.

Mark, Tom.

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Lovely to meet you.

I need to calibrate Alexa.

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In order to do that,

I want you to look into the camera

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and say that for me.

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Alexa, ask your mind

to calibrate colour.

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ALEXA:

To calibrate,

please look into the camera.

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Think of the colour red.

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Think of the colour red.

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Now think of the colour black.

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Think of the colour black.

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Think of the colour black.

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Calibration complete.

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Fantastic.

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The calibration is now completed.

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Hopefully what should happen now

is you should be able

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to get this right.

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To make this more visual,

I've got a pack of cards over there.

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Can you grab those for me?

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Open them up.

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Never before does the magician ever

give the cards away to a spectator.

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It's kind of rule one

in the magic world.

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Because I'm not doing any magic

today, I have no problem

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with doing this.

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Do you want to take them out,

give them a little shuffle?

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Yeah, you can leave them over there.

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I don't want to see it.

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They're all normal,

just playing cards.

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I wanted to have a really visual aid

of the colour you're thinking of.

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Pick a card, put the rest

of the cards down, then head over

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to my AI.

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Fantastic.

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If you can just stand over here and,

once again, look at the camera.

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Fantastic.

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I want you to read this out

for me, nice and loud.

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We'll see if we can

get this to work.

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Ready?

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Go for it.

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Alexa, ask your mind -

"Am I thinking of red or black?"

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ALEXA:

You're thinking

of the colour red.

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Can you please show the card

to the camera over there?

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Ladies and gentlemen, it is,

in fact, the colour red.

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APPLAUSE

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Because I have all this

computing power at my hand,

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we can actually try

something a lot more daring.

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Would you like to pick a card?

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Any card you like.

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It's up to you.

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Same thing again.

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And you can - yeah, go for it...

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Before we do this, just stand

in front of the camera and -

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just a little bit closer

so I can see you...

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I want you to read this

out nice and loud.

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Alexa, ask your mind

to calibrate playing cards.

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ALEXA:

To calibrate,

please look into the camera.

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Think of the following -

Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7...

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Think of the number 7,

8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen,

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King.

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Calibrated.

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OK, a little bit nervous.

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It had to do 7 twice.

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Can you look into the camera

for me and, nice and loud,

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read out that statement?

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Alexa, ask your mind -

"What card am I thinking of?"

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ALEXA:

I'm not quite sure how

to help you with that.

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LAUGHTER

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Alexa, ask your mind -

"What card is he thinking of?"

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ALEXA:

You're thinking

of the 6 of Clubs.

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Mark, please show

the card to the camera.

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It is, in fact, the 6 of Clubs.

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Can we have a massive

round of applause, please, for Mark?

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Thank you so much.

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I'll take those.

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Take a seat.

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Did anyone try the drones

in the media cafe before

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you came in?

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Anyone have a go at

flying those drones?

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If you've earnt your wings

and you were given a gold badge

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with wings on it, I'd

like you to come to the front.

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You've got a chance of winning,

later on in the show,

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and be part of our finale...

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MUSIC PLAYS

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So, um, the psychic career

didn't last very long?

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Not very long, no.

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I made a few mistakes.

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I thought I'd change it

for something more profitable.

0:17:080:17:11

Kate's decided that she wants

a butler, and they can make a lot

0:17:110:17:19

of money in London, so I thought -

"We'll change, and we'll see

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if I can get more

comfortable as a butler."

0:17:230:17:25

But I've got cards, so I know

who I'm talking to this time.

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They're definitely going

to be at the table.

0:17:290:17:31

DOORBELL RINGS

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PIANO PLAYING

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Announcing Ms Kate Russell

and Dr Vaiva Kalnikaite.

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APPLAUSE

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Thank you, Simmons.

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Do take a seat, Viva.

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We have set a very special table

here in the Click Live studio -

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we've invited some very special

guests to talk about future food.

0:17:550:17:59

Simmons, be a good chap and deliver

some simple morsels to the audience.

0:17:590:18:03

Now, we are delivering to you some

raspberries to taste.

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Please, if you have food allergies,

do not taste them -

0:18:070:18:11

they may not necessarily

be raspberries.

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If you have no food allergies,

please help yourself to a sumptuous

0:18:130:18:16

fruit and see what you think.

0:18:170:18:20

You're doing a terribly

good job there, Simmons.

0:18:200:18:30

Now, quick - just a nod.

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Do you like it?

0:18:320:18:33

Is it tasty?

0:18:330:18:34

So, what are they eating, Vaiva?

0:18:340:18:35

They're eating

3D-printed raspberries.

0:18:360:18:37

It's not just any raspberry -

this raspberry has a special recipe.

0:18:370:18:40

And we print it with this little

printer called nufood.

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We load an interesting recipe that

have interesting ingredients -

0:18:430:18:45

for example, raspberry -

and we design a shape on an app,

0:18:450:18:49

and when we press "play"...

0:18:490:18:51

Let's start building a raspberry!

0:18:510:18:54

This is the kind of device that one

could, in the future,

0:18:540:18:59

expect to have in one's

kitchen, perhaps?

0:18:590:19:02

Exactly.

0:19:020:19:06

We've designed it so it's

very easy to clean -

0:19:060:19:12

it takes very little

space on your counter.

0:19:120:19:14

And you can load any ingredient,

any kind of liquid ingredient.

0:19:140:19:17

It can be savoury, it can be sweet,

it can be even alcoholic.

0:19:170:19:21

Oh, now that's an idea!

0:19:210:19:24

Now, what about the nutritional

implications of having 3D-printed

0:19:240:19:31

food capabilities in

the kitchen at home?

0:19:310:19:37

I mean, could we help solve

the nation's obesity

0:19:370:19:41

crisis, for example?

0:19:410:19:46

Brussel sprouts -

who likes brussel sprouts?

0:19:470:19:48

I mean, I do.

0:19:480:19:49

But if you can make brussel sprouts

taste like chocolate cake,

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surely that's going to be

a good thing, right?

0:19:530:19:55

Exactly.

0:19:550:19:55

You can make things taste really

delicious with the flavours

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you like, but you can also tailor

nutrition to make sure that you have

0:19:580:20:02

all the right vitamins and nutrients

in every single bite.

0:20:020:20:04

So imagine having breakfast

where you just take a superberry

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that has all the vitamins

and nutrients for your day in a very

0:20:070:20:11

tiny, very tasty flavour bite.

0:20:110:20:12

So I'm going to try my own

3D-printed raspberry...

0:20:120:20:15

Mm!

0:20:150:20:15

Oh, gosh.

0:20:150:20:15

It's quite hot.

0:20:150:20:16

It's given me sucking-cheeks effect.

0:20:160:20:18

That's brilliant, and absolutely

fascinating that it literally built

0:20:180:20:20

it here on its own.

0:20:200:20:24

I'd like to introduce

you to our head pilot

0:20:240:20:26

for the evening.

0:20:260:20:27

This is Jack Bishop.

0:20:270:20:28

Jack, welcome.

0:20:280:20:37

Thank you.

0:20:370:20:38

OK, so, can you...

0:20:380:20:41

..we're going to fill the drone cage

in a second with six

0:20:410:20:45

Star Wars-themed drones?

0:20:450:20:50

Yes.

0:20:500:20:53

OK.

0:20:530:20:56

We've got three TIE

fighters and three X-wings?

0:20:560:20:58

Correct.

0:20:580:21:00

Can you explain why we're

showing these drones,

0:21:000:21:06

why they're easy to

fly and fun to watch?

0:21:060:21:10

Sure.

0:21:100:21:10

We're from Propel, and we've created

a set of Star Wars drones.

0:21:110:21:14

These drones aren't just toys -

they actually have some

0:21:140:21:16

of the latest and greatest

technology that's available

0:21:160:21:19

to us today.

0:21:190:21:19

They're super, super easy to fly

with the help of a barometric

0:21:190:21:23

air-pressure sensor,

which knows how high the drone is,

0:21:230:21:25

and maintains that height.

0:21:250:21:26

We've also built an app

that teaches you -

0:21:260:21:29

if you're a brand new drone pilot

that's never flown before -

0:21:290:21:32

from a complete beginner

to an advanced drone battle pilot.

0:21:320:21:35

That's without using the drone,

so you don't crash it?

0:21:350:21:37

Correct.

0:21:370:21:38

We use a Bluetooth connection

to your Android or Apple device.

0:21:380:21:41

There's virtually zero latency -

it's 98%, 99% accurate to flying

0:21:410:21:44

a drone in the real world.

0:21:440:21:45

The barometric pressure keeps

it a specific height.

0:21:450:21:47

And they also do one

other fun thing...?

0:21:470:21:50

They fire lasers.

0:21:500:21:50

They fire laser beams!

0:21:500:21:52

That's what we're going to do now.

0:21:520:21:54

To demonstrate this...

0:21:540:21:54

How are you feeling?

0:21:540:21:55

Nervous.

0:21:550:21:56

Like, really nervous.

0:21:560:21:56

I feel...

0:21:560:21:58

..I don't know, I'm just nervous.

0:21:580:22:00

How's your pilot training going?

0:22:000:22:01

It's good.

0:22:010:22:02

Excited?

0:22:020:22:02

Yeah.

0:22:020:22:06

We've got our six specially trained

- and they now have been trained

0:22:060:22:09

in the five minutes

since they've left -

0:22:090:22:11

specially trained pilots

to have a battle to the death.

0:22:110:22:14

The pilots are ready.

0:22:140:22:15

Without any further ado,

let's get this battle started...!

0:22:150:22:20

MUSIC PLAYS

0:22:200:22:30

These guys have taken off,

and they're firing their lasers...

0:22:310:22:34

These guys are actually scoring

points against one another.

0:22:340:22:38

Currently, we have Pilot 1

in the lead with two points,

0:22:380:22:41

and Pilot 2 also with two points...

0:22:410:22:43

Remember to keep your drone

facing away from you.

0:22:430:22:45

So these guys are all

shooting at each other.

0:22:450:22:47

When you see a drone shake

in the air like this,

0:22:480:22:50

that means that it's been

hit - it loses a life.

0:22:510:22:54

After you lose all three lives,

your drone will automatically

0:22:540:22:56

turn and go.

0:22:560:22:57

Drones 1, 2 and 4 all with the same

amount of points right now.

0:22:570:23:01

It is all to play for!

0:23:010:23:03

The Imperial pilots

are doing awfully right now.

0:23:030:23:05

The Rebel pilots are doing

well, and now shooting

0:23:060:23:08

against one another.

0:23:080:23:09

Still Pilot 1 and Pilot

2 in the lead so far.

0:23:090:23:12

We've got one still in the air,

which means our winner

0:23:120:23:15

is a Rebel pilot!

0:23:150:23:30

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:23:300:23:37

Congratulations for that,

0:23:370:23:39

Rebel pilot - staying in the air

for the most amount of time.

0:23:390:23:46

You are the winner!

0:23:460:23:47

I think nearly everything worked,

as well, but that is it for tonight.

0:23:470:23:51

I've had a ball.

0:23:510:23:52

Have you had a ball?

0:23:520:23:54

It's been absolutely amazing.

0:23:540:23:55

Have you had a good time?

0:23:550:23:57

CROWD: Yes!

0:23:570:23:57

Thank you very much for watching,

and we will see you soon.

0:23:570:24:00

Bye.

0:24:010:24:01

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:24:010:24:05

Cut it.

0:24:050:24:05

Well done, well done, well done.

0:24:050:24:07

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