I always watch Youtube while eating at home to not get bored. I'd love for the content I consume to be somewhat useful or intellectually fulfilling. I'd love to hear any of your recommendations for that! Anything that skills me up in Alignment or rationality would be especially nice! I know there are some great podcasts (especially 80k), but I already listen to those in other circumstances (while walking), so I'd prefer recommendations that do significantly engage the visual part of audiovisual content.

Some of the content I've enjoyed/found useful in the past:

Come on, throw me a bone here! Otherwise I'll go back to watching EAG talks I guess

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RatSLAM: Using Models of Rodent Hippocampus for Robot Navigation

Building Collision Simulations: An Introduction to Computer Graphics

Self-Driving Cars [S1E4: RALPH]

What is the graph of x^a when a is not an integer? An unusual look at familiar functions #some2

Advanced 4. Monte Carlo Tree Search

Researchers Use Group Theory to Speed Up Algorithms — Introduction to Groups

The Traveling Salesman Problem: When Good Enough Beats Perfect

The Snowflake Mystery

AI Alignment & AGI Fire Alarm - Connor Leahy

Vulcan | The Planet That Didn't Exist

How MRI Works - Part 1 - NMR Basics

The Enduring Mystery of Jack the Ripper

Mechanical Computer (All Parts) - Basic Mechanisms In Fire Control Computers

AI in Brainfuck

The microwave plasma mystery

The Universal S

Feynman's Lost Lecture (ft. 3Blue1Brown)

ML Tutorial: Gaussian Processes (Richard Turner)

Google I/O 2013 - Project Ground Truth: Accurate Maps Via Algorithms and Elbow Grease

DeepMind's AlphaFold 2 Explained! AI Breakthrough in Protein Folding! What we know (& what we don't)

Deep Blue | Down the Rabbit Hole

Illustrated Guide to Transformers Neural Network: A step by step explanation

Biology on Islands

Coding Adventure: Atmosphere

Cicada 3301 (All Clues and How They Were Solved)

Andrew Ng: Deep Learning, Self-Taught Learning and Unsupervised Feature Learning

Margo Seltzer - Automatically Scalable Computation - Code Mesh 2017

A Grape Made of... Meat?? - Tissue Recellularization

The First Video Game

What Bodies Think About: Bioelectric Computation Outside the Nervous System - NeurIPS 2018

Understanding Sensor Fusion and Tracking, Part 2: Fusing a Mag, Accel, & Gyro Estimate

Drone Control and the Complementary Filter

Launch Loops

World Record Progression: Super Mario Bros

Tesla AI Day

Why Do We Age ? Cellular Aging (HD)

The Complex Hack That Stopped a Secret Nuclear Power Plant

Richard Szeliski - "Visual Reconstruction and Image-Based Rendering" (TCSDLS 2017-2018)

    Might be the same talk as this one: https://youtu.be/0VIUbIzv_wc

Hell yes thank you so much!

Things that probably actually fit into your interests:

A Sensible Introduction to Category Theory

Most of what 3blue1brown does

Videos that I found intellectually engaging but are far outside of the subjects that you listed:

Cursed Problems in Game Design

Luck and Skill in Games

Disney's FastPass: A Complicated History 

The Congress of Vienna

Building a 6502-based computer from scratch (playlist)


(I am also a jan Misali fan)

Neat, thanks so much for these recommendations! I do of course follow 3b1b, and I already know some Category. But I'll for sure check out all of the rest, which sound super cool!