High-tech Magical Thinking for Doctors and Teachers (via Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice)
I was searching for Larry Cuban’s Oversold and Underused, and to my delight found that he also blogs. The fact that he uses WordPress gives me a chance to finally use the software fully.
For decades, we have heard from policymakers that teachers using computers in schools will improve student learning and doctors using electronic health records will improve patient care and reduce costs. Yet these champions of electronic technologies are wrong. First, facts on the ground have contradicted their claims repeatedly and second, policymakers have mismatched high-tech fixes to fundamental structural problems of inadequate schooling and … Read More
Believe it or not, Sugar has documentation. But what if we could have more documentation? Maybe we could use a Recurrent Neural Network to learn form the docs that we already wrote, to write new docs? We'll, you can't say no if you don't try! Let's do it! We are going to use a library called Torch RNN, which basically does everything for […]
Gooooooaaaalllllls, all around. #OMAZE winner
Congrats to Robert T. from Cypress, CA who’ll fly to Madrid to cheer on and meet the Atlético Madrid team! Gooooooaaaalllllls, all around. Watch him find out here. A big thank you to everyone for supporting One Laptop per Child to help us transform children’s education. You guys rock!
5 Steps to Build Your Global Ecommerce Site
With the growing trend of internet and the proliferation of internet users, the business with e-commerce has been expanding. All the handy gadgets like mobile and tablets have further escalated the realm of e-commerce. Another major factor that has increased the pace of global online trading is the effective payment system. This helps the clients in getting […]