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New Straits Times | April 21, 2020
HUAWEI Cloud recently launched a global action plan to help customers fight Covid-19 with cloud and Artificial Intelligence (AI) services. As part of this initiative, they are providing the services for free during the pandemic and will be recruiting partners around the world. During the Fighting Against Covid-19 with Technology online conference held recently, the cloud service brand of the Huawei marquee announced three key solutions, namely AI healthcare, cloud-based online education and ente...
edsurge | February 18, 2020
In some hands, social media tools are blights on society, tools for bullies and misinformation campaigns. Sometimes, they’re a canvas for artists, sources to build community, paths by which people find a higher calling. Sanah Jivani has personally experienced both extremes of the spectrum. It was on Facebook where she found an account dedicated to guessing why Jivani—whose hair had fallen out by age 12 due to an autoimmune disease—wore a wig to school. That discovery, coupled w...
washingtontimes | August 03, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded South Dakota $6.8 million to support the state’s efforts in serving students during the coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath.While 39 states applied for funding, only 11 states, including South Dakota, were awarded grants.“During school closures in the spring, we saw that those schools providing competency-based instruction, or what’s often called ‘customized’ or ‘personalized’ learning, were better able to ...
prnewswire | June 11, 2020
Amava, the leading platform connecting a new generation of empty nesters and active retirees with jobs, volunteer opportunities and unique experiences, has expanded its offerings to include hundreds of new instructor-led classes and self-paced courses. Many Amava members are Baby Boomers and Gen Xers interested in learning new skills, pursuing interests and hobbies or just challenging themselves. In a recent Amava poll of more than 175,000 households, 60% of the respondents chose "learning ...
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