Drawalong AR Turns YouTube art tutorials into augmented tracing paper [Melnick]

Drawalong AR Turns YouTube Art Tutorials Into Augmented Tracing Paper — from vrscout.com by Kyle Melnick  

Reflections on “We Built an ‘Unbelievable’ (but Legal) Facial Recognition Machine” [Sahil Chinoy at nytimes.com]

We Built an ‘Unbelievable’ (but Legal) Facial Recognition Machine — from nytimes.com by Sahil Chinoy “The future of human flourishing depends upon facial recognition technology […]

MIT has just announced a $1 billion plan to create a new college for AI – MIT Technology Review

MIT has just announced a $1 billion plan to create a new college for AI — from technologyreview.com Excerpt: One of the birthplaces of artificial […]

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 […]

Law schools escalate their focus on digital skills [Zimmerman]

Law schools escalate their focus on digital skills — from edtechmagazine.com by Eli Zimmerman Coding, data analytics and device integration give students the tools to […]

eLBX Online Day 7 – xAPI in Action – Storyline Edition

Today we dug into using xAPI with Articulate Storyline and it was eye-opening! eLearning Brothers developer Bill Milstid joined us to share his wisdom. Just a […]

Microsoft built a chat bot to match patients to clinical trials [Bass]

Microsoft built a chat bot to match patients to clinical trials — from fortune.com by Dina Bass Excerpt: A chat bot that began as a […]

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 […]

The real reason tech struggles with algorithmic bias [Eisenstat]

The real reason tech struggles with algorithmic bias — from wired.com by Yael Eisenstat Excerpts: ARE MACHINES RACIST? Are algorithms and artificial intelligence inherently prejudiced? […]

Hour of Code 2015

Each year during Computer Science Week (December 7-13, 2015), we celebrate the “Hour of Code.” The Hour of Code is a global movement to get […]

A new type of TV show — Part II

From DSC: In this posting, I discussed an idea for a new TV show — a program that would be both entertaining and educational. So […]

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 […]

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