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Machine learning leads mathematicians to unsolvable problem | Nature.com

Simple artificial-intelligence problem puts researchers up against a logical paradox discovered by famed mathematician Kurt Gödel, argues Davide Castelvecchi, Senior physical sciences reporter at Nature. […]

Can Higher Education Be Saved? | Politics & Policy - National Review

Universities are expensive engines of propaganda and intolerance, and many non-academics are offering scholarly material free online, insist NRO contributor Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow […]

The Beauty of Mathematics | Classroom - Kashmir Life

Ishfaq Ahmad Chopan, pursuing MSc mathematics at the Central University of Kashmir summarizes, In simple terms we observe mathematics as the study of numbers, quantities, […]

Minority Ph.D. students in STEM fare better with clear expectations, acceptance | Social Sciences - Phys.Org

Women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields are more likely to advance professionally, publish more research and secure postdoctoral and faculty positions if their institutional […]

Mastering Process in Competency-Based Learning | Student Success - Education Week

Matthew Riggan, co-founder of the Workshop School in Philadelphia reports, One possible drawback to competency-based learning is an overemphasis on the end product. What is […]

Here are the top 10 learning trends of 2019 | Education Today - India Today

Gen Z has a set of unique behavioural attributes which are shaping the needs of the education industry and pushing them to develop ways to […]

Top 6 trends in higher education | Education Plus Development - Brookings Institution

Emal Dusst, Member of the Board (Observer) - Coursera and Rebecca Winthrop, Director - Center for Universal Education, Senior Fellow - Global Economy and Development […]

Symphony music director to kick off Life Long Learning series | Arts & Entertainment - The Durango Herald

Maestro Thomas Heuser, the music director of the San Juan Symphony, will present the first Lifelong Learning lecture of the 2019 winter term at 7 […]

Learning empathy through art | Art - The Asian Age

Priyanka Chandani, The Asian Age says, The Amani Project which focuses on inculcating emotional intelligence and empathy in children through music will soon be coming […]

Your Guidebook: Machine Learning Basics | Guidebook - Dataiku

An Illustrated Guide for Non-Technical Readers, where you can discover some basic (and fun) principles of machine learning with easy-to-understand illustrations. Get your Guidebook  We’ve […]

Ebook - Blended Learning: A Proven Approach To Learning Development by Obsidian Learning | Free eBook - eLearning Industry

Done correctly, blended learning integrates your new and existing learning assets, technology, and the latest from the field of neuroscience – into cohesive traditional learning […]

AIP Publishing Names Professor Jan Philip Solovej as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Mathematical Physics | AIP Publishing

Photo: Jan Philip Solovej AIP Publishing Names Professor Jan Philip Solovej as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Mathematical Physics AIP Publishing (AIPP) a leading not-for-profit […]

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