Dries Buytaert, the founder of Drupal, and Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, recently posted calls to arms (of sorts) in defense of the “open web.” I, too, am a believer in the open web — a platform
This way, you can discover what you like (and more importantly don't) before financially investing in a certain set of courses. However, there are so many free resources, classes, and books to pick from!
Here’s a catch-22. Americans are obsessed with lifelong learning and self-improvement, and online education makes it cheap and easy. Yet the people most familiar with digital learning are those who need
The utopian vision of a truly free internet is slowly being eroded by nation states The internet is being nationalised. A French regulator’s recent insistence that a French citizen has a right to have
Deep learning recently returned to the headlines when Google's AlphaGo program crushed Lee Sedol, one of the highest-ranking Go players in the word. Google has invested heavily in deep learning and AlphaGo
Our means for gathering data have largely outstripped our tools for analyzing that data. The result is a mountain of unstructured and largely inaccessible information gathered from social media, app permissions,
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Are today’s students tweeting their way to better grades? More than nine out of 10 teenagers hold at least one social media account; Instagram,
“22 of the Cutest Baby Animals,” the headline said. “You won’t believe number 11!” Despite an impending deadline—not to mention my skepticism (how cute could they possibly be?)—I clicked on the story.
There are more than 3 million public school teachers in America, and many of them don’t know much about computer science. Last month, President Obama announced a plan to bring computer science into all
It’s not true that you only use 10% of your brain, nor can you categorise students by ‘learning styles’ – let’s cut this nonsense from classrooms It is no surprise that many teachers have an interest neuroscience
Data is ubiquitous — but sometimes it can be hard to see the forest for the trees, as it were. Many companies of various sizes believe they have to collect their own data to see benefits from big data