The work is an extremely instructive, rich history of calculating technology. It also includes the analog world and automata, and is written in Italian.
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In this blog, we describe our vision for a journal that would focus on data science education from the interdisciplinarity perceptive.
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The design of today's electronic computers is usually not very appealing, in contrast to magnificent mechanical calculating machines from earlier times.
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How do we build trust? How can we systematically assure trust in our systems? How would auditing AI and autonomous systems contribute to this goal?
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A new strategy – cross-sectorial collaborative shared value – aims to increase the impact of the organization’s social investments.
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Two books examine why large-scale learning technology often doesn’t achieve expectations. Technology can improve learning at scale, but charismatic stories about...Jeremy Roschelle From BLOG@CACM | January 5, 2021 at 11:59 PM