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  1. Lenovo announces a slew of affordable and durable laptops for education Each of Lenovo's new laptops for education meets tests for durability and is available as a Windows PC or Chromebook. What you need to know Lenovo announced a new generation of laptops for education today. The laptops are each available as either Windows PCs or Chromebooks. The new laptops start at $299 and will start rolling out in May 2021. Source: Lenovo Lenovo announced a new generation of laptops built for education. The new laptops each have Windows a
  2. 1.) The Social Horoscope Community - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cosmicpie.horoscopecommunity The Social Horoscope is a project for a modern zodiac horoscope. Not only you can get reliable predictions from our astrologers, but also from real people! The Social Horoscope will ask you how are you doing, from time to time. Thanks to the community, you can check how people of your zodiac sign are doing, at any time! How does it work? We trust our astrologers, I mean, they can read the stars!! 💫 ⭐️ 🌟 ✨ But we also trust people, of course, from all over the w
  3. At first glance, it is an unlikely match: on the one side, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR), blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), or neuro-computing — so-called “exponential technologies,” defined as technologies that develop exponentially fast, with power and speed doubling and cost dropping by half every year. On the other side, the pre-kindergarten kids enrolled in Head Start programs across the U.S. who benefit from early childhood education and comprehensive health and community services for the most vulnerable children and their families. Moonshots catapulting
  4. This document summarizes the data collected during the annual CS PhD student survey for the 2017-2018 academic year. The goal of this survey was to quantitatively measure the opinions of PhD students on various topics so the CS faculty can make changes to the department if necessary. The survey was sent to the 218 PhD students whose primary department is computer science; 151 responses were received (69% turnout). If interested, please download and read the entire document < here >.
  5. Akhtar Soomro/Reuters Sabika Sheikh came to the United States to learn about American culture as part of a State Department-funded scholarship program. On Friday, Sheikh fell victim to a gruesome American tradition, massacred with nine others at school by a gun-wielding classmate. This time it was at Santa Fe High School near Houston, Texas. Among the victims were two popular substitute teachers, Ann Perkins and Cynthia Tisdale, as well as 16-year-old Shana Fisher, whose mother said the alleged shooter “kept making advances” at her daughter, Los Angeles Time
  6. A pair of award-winning writers decorated by the Queen have told a House of Commons debate that only education can solve the piracy problem . Assemblies on copyright should take place in every school, one suggested, while the other favors letting kids know that it's only J.K Rowling that gets Hollywood money "for writing a little story about wizards." The idea that the copyright wars can be won through education is nothing new, but it’s a notion that’s likely to gain more traction in the coming years. Suing the hell out of file-sharers might currently be popular with trolls, but the mainstr
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