Must-Have Maker and Robot Tech Gifts This Holiday

Are you pine-ing for some new, must-have makerspace gadgets? Or are you ready to spruce up your program with some awesome robots? Don’t HEMlock and HAW around; […]

K-12 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards — from “The Journal’s” October/November edition

K-12 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards — from The Journal’s October/November edition   Also see: https://thejournal.com/Articles/2018/10/29/2018-THE-Journal-Readers-Choice-Awards.aspx   

Mama Mia It’s Sophia: A Show Robot Or Dangerous Platform To Mislead? [Sharkey]

Mama Mia It’s Sophia: A Show Robot Or Dangerous Platform To Mislead? — from forbes.com by Noel Sharkey Excerpts: A collective eyebrow was raised by […]

Geez! Is this the future we want? Also, if we don’t call this exponential change, I don’t know what that expression means then!

These news anchors are professional and efficient. They’re also not human. — from washingtonpost.com by Taylor Telford Excerpt: The new anchors at China’s state-run news […]

Engaging Strategies for Physical Computing

“I enjoyed the hands-on and engaging session,” said one workshop participant. “It was awesome,” said another. The session was Physical Computing and Computational Thinking. How […]

Find Your Tribe: Join a TCEA Special Interest Group

Are you a TCEA member who wishes to tailor your membership experience and become more involved in certain aspects of educational technology? Join one or […]

The Top 30 Emerging Technologies (2018–2028) — from Sean Moffitt

The Top 30 Emerging Technologies (2018–2028) #emergingtech #emergingtechnology #tech #technology by @SeanMoffitt HT @SpirosMargaris MT @MikeQuindazzi #AI #IoT #MobileApps #SocialMedia #BigData #Blockchain #Robots pic.twitter.com/Hxd6hNw2Vi — […]

An open letter to Microsoft and Google’s Partnership on AI [Leonhard]

An open letter to Microsoft and Google’s Partnership on AI — from wired.com by Gerd Leonhard In a world where machines may have an IQ […]

To higher ed: When the race track is going 180mph, you can’t walk or jog onto the track. [Christian]

From DSC: When the race track is going 180mph, you can’t walk or jog onto the track.  What do I mean by that?  Consider this […]

From “How AI could help solve some of society’s toughest problems” to “Who’s to blame when a machine botches your surgery?” + 4 other AI-related items

How AI could help solve some of society’s toughest problems — from technologyreview.com by Charlotte Jee Machine learning and game theory help Carnegie Mellon assistant […]

How AI could help solve some of society’s toughest problems [Jee] + 7 other AI related items showing the potential +’s and -‘s of tech

How AI could help solve some of society’s toughest problems — from MIT Tech Review by Charlotte Jee Machine learning and game theory help Carnegie […]

The Conrad Challenge: Where Students Create World-Changing Innovations

In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we learn how the Conrad Challenge is promoting collaborative, student-centered, real world-relevant learning that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship, […]

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