Mark Zuckerberg in conversation with 1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology 3 months ago   02:48

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Mark Zuckerberg stops by Stanford's Memorial Auditorium to talk about Facebook's beginnings, the role of the humanities in technology, and what he thinks will be the next big technological advance.

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Krisztina Kovács
Boldog Karácsonyt kívánok az egész kicsi családnak!
Trent Adam
Nothing worse than intelligent stupidity.
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Bin Boy
Mark looks like a fucking frog , Only ugly dude with money hmmmmm
Athman Adiseshan
nice acting different to get students to like you
Bob Barker
And copying myspace thats vision lol ok dude is a lucky ass thats all nothing more
Rahul Kumar
Fuck you Fuckerberg!!!!!!!
Van Vu
I cant imagine how hard it would feel to those old folks having to listen to a fresh out of mother's milk kid on subject like how life works
Shawn Shams
Mehran Sahami @ 0:20 Did anyone notice?
Susanne Wuthrich
hahaha I love the colour of the T-shirt. :-) 
Gök Türk
Hello-- I am from Turkey---I have a question-----What does mean Computer Science major or Psychology major ---What does ''major'' mean in the sentence...Thanks
Milord Shade
Well,  what he doesn't mention is that he's found a problem to solve and at the sime time, an ideia that can become a business. That's the spirit of an entrepreneur. If you just go for the problem solving you are, probably, never going to be a big entrepreneur. 
Nathan Bendich
I find one thing he said incredibly profound.  "It's harder to find a problem worth solving than it is to solve that problem."  Zuckerberg, I admire you, and I probably could never do what you've done.  But social media?  That's the problem you wanted to solve?
fwilkens
1:56 Zuck describes Jelly. Biz Stone beat you to that one Zuck.
Grisel Griselda
Damnnn
Michael Zimmer
Does anyone have a recording of this full event? Please contact me if you know of one.
Spartan2288
How he get $20 billion at 29 without a college degree
Tim Kasey
When all the oceans are so destroyed that the fish are nothing but blobs of radioactive mass effected ugliness, the responsible parties are those individuals who have the means to take action. Sure, if you gave me 100k, I would have the passion & drive to write up a Fukushima correction protocol, but without the global promise to move to cold fusion, our LEADERS ARE INSANE!  We can't take another Fukushima!  
nivita
I want a Nerd Nation t-shirt too! 
stitched1776
What I learned from this video?  Mark Zuckerberg does cocaine. 
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(March 29, 2010) Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky gave the opening lecture of the course entitled Human Behavioral Biology and explains the basic premise of the course and how he aims to avoid categorical thinking.

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