This video/article forces me to reflect on what’s likely happening in the militaries throughout the globe [Christian]

How MIT’s Mini Cheetah Can Help Accelerate Robotics Research — from spectrum.ieee.org by Evan Ackerman Sangbae Kim talks to us about the new Mini Cheetah […]

The Dump Truck Incident: An Elementary Problem-Solving Challenge

The Dump Truck Incident (also known as the Pumpkin Push) is a problem-solving challenge that can get your elementary students excited and thinking about engineering […]

Perfect examples of how an emerging technology can be used for good, or for ill; question is, how can we, as citizens, weigh in?

Police across the US are training crime-predicting AIs on falsified data — from technologyreview.com by Karen Hao A new report shows how supposedly objective systems […]

Note to the ABA and to the legal field, check this out: “India Just Swore in Its First Robot Police Officer” [Robitzski]

India Just Swore in Its First Robot Police Officer — from futurism.com by Dan Robitzski RoboCop, meet KP-Bot. Excerpt: RoboCop India just swore in its […]

LinkedIn 2019 Talent Trends: Soft Skills, Transparency and Trust [Bersin]

LinkedIn 2019 Talent Trends: Soft Skills, Transparency and Trust — from linkedin.com by Josh Bersin Excerpts: This week LinkedIn released its 2019 Global Talent Trends research, a […]

Training the workforce of the future [Bauman]

Training the workforce of the future: Education in America will need to adapt to prepare students for the next generation of jobs – including ‘data […]

Reflections on “The world is changing. Here’s how companies must adapt.” [Kaeser]

The world is changing. Here’s how companies must adapt. — from weforum.org by Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens AG Excerpts (emphasis DSC): Although […]

Brief reflections on “Robots as a platform: Are you ready?” [Thomas]

Robots as a platform: Are you ready? — from dzone.com by Donna Thomas Robots as a platform are just about to change the world. What […]

Reflections on “5 questions we should be asking about automation & jobs” [Kolko]

5 questions we should be asking about automation and jobs — from hbr.org by Jed Kolko Excerpts: Will workers whose jobs are automated be able […]

Integrating Technology and Engineering into the Science and Math Classroom

When I’m talking with teachers, they often share with me that working with the science and math part of the STEM classroom is easy. It […]

5 things you will see in the future “smart city” [Donovan]

5 things you will see in the future “smart city” — from interestingengineering.com by Taylor Donovan Barnett The Smart City is on the horizon and here […]

Want your STEM students to increase their performance by nearly a letter grade? Then check out this research.

Combining retrieval, spacing, and feedback boosts STEM learning — from retrievalpractice.org Punchline: Scientists demonstrated that when college students used a quizzing program that combined retrieval practice, […]

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