Can you teach a coal miner to code?

On Wall Street, that was a big enough problem as the New York Stock Exchange threatened the former industrial giants with delisting. However, in the mining country, it looks like this: conveyor belts stretched up like fossilized dinosaurs, with piles of black, conical coal sitting below, waiting for a ghost market . For decades, middle-class … Read more

How to teach computational thinking

I really doubt that there are some much better ways to teach computational thinking ideas at a young age – leveraging all the technology and automation we have today. One feature of systems like Scratch is that their programs are visually assembled from brick-like blocks, rather than having to be imported. Usually, in practice, programs … Read more

How to teach artificial intelligence some common sense

However, LeCun admits it is still unclear what route will help deep learning overcome its difficulties. That could be “antagonistic” neural networks, a relatively new technique in which one neural network tries to deceive another neural network with dummy data – forcing the second to develop images. , the sound and other inputs are extremely … Read more

Homebrewers harnessing the power of artificial intelligence The era of AI homebrew may not be all sweet and gentle. It is also not all dark and obscene. Meet some of the pioneers shows what happens when the masses can teach computers new tricks.

Homebrewers harnessing the power of artificial intelligence The era of AI homebrew may not be all sweet and gentle. It is also not all dark and obscene. Meet some of the pioneers shows what happens when the masses can teach computers new tricks.

How to teach children to become independent thinkers

This excerpt is from How to raise successful people, the book by Esther Wojcicki, a teacher and mother of Susan Wojcicki (YouTube CEO), Janet Wojcicki (Fulbright winner) and Anne Wojcicki, co-founder of 23andMe. Steve Jobs’s daughter, Lisa, is one of her students. Come back In the ’80s, my daughters were known in our Tolman Drive … Read more

What technology can Atlanta teach about nurturing black talent

Inside Collect Place, a luxury membership-only club in Atlanta that serves a diverse range of entrepreneurs and innovators, Travis and Troy Nunnally – also known as the Tech Twins – are in court. After discovering a love for engineering by building soap racing cars as children, the two brothers formed a few different companies in … Read more