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heraldscotland
Coding is the new alphabet ... but are your kids prepared?to get started at home. Here are our top five recommended programmes and activi
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
to get started at home. Here are our top five recommended programmes and activities. 1. Scatch (8+): Developed by the MIT Media Lab, Scratch is a visual programming language that allows kids to build interactive stories, animations, games and... Read more
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The Register
Facial recognition software easily IDs white men, but error rates soar for black womenrecorded by Face++. IBM's model got it wrong with 34.7 per cent of black women.
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
recorded by Face++. IBM's model got it wrong with 34.7 per cent of black women. Authors Joy Buolamwini, a researcher at MIT Media Lab, and Timnit Gebru, a postdoctoral researcher at Microsoft, fed the services a dataset they dubbed the Pilot... Read more
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Daily Mail
Study finds popular face ID systems may be biased toward white mennow popping up in smartphones, laptops and tablets, all with the goal of making
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
now popping up in smartphones, laptops and tablets, all with the goal of making our lives easier. A researcher from the MIT Media Lab discovered that popular facial recognition services from Microsoft, IBM and Face++ vary in accuracy based on... Read more
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Miami New Times
Passing It On: New World Symphony Celebrates 30 Years With Anniversary GalaOne recent New World Symphony piece, Project 305, was a yearlong collaboration
Miami New Times / Posted 12 days ago
One recent New World Symphony piece, Project 305, was a yearlong collaboration with the Knight Foundation and the MIT Media Lab aimed at connecting people throughout Miami-Dade County to create a crowdsourced symphonic work and film. You have... Read more
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Miami New Times
Passing It On: New World Symphony Celebrates 30 Years With Anniversary Galahe says. One recent New World Symphony piece, Project 305, was a yearlong coll
Miami New Times / Posted 12 days ago
he says. One recent New World Symphony piece, Project 305, was a yearlong collaboration with the Knight Foundation and the MIT Media Lab aimed at connecting people throughout Miami-Dade County to create a crowdsourced symphonic work and film. You... Read more
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Technode
Blockchain buzzwords, changes, and challenges: EmTech China blockchain panel · TechNodesomething belonging to the domain of economy, according to Narula. Neha Narula
Technode / Posted 21 days ago
something belonging to the domain of economy, according to Narula. Neha Narula, Director, MIT Digital Currency Initiative, MIT Media Lab (Image credit: EmTech China) “Something that is also challenging in this particular area is that it crosses so... Read more
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Boston Globe
Want more from your workers? Get them to run into each other more oftenbumping into each other, companies are paying attention to how this can improve
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
bumping into each other, companies are paying attention to how this can improve their bottom line. While Waber was at the MIT Media Lab getting his doctorate, he helped develop a wearable sensor that can measure communication among co-workers by... Read more

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