As many of you will know, FutureLearn is the UK Open Universities MOOC arm, run in conjunction with an international consortium of universities. But, I guess like everyone else, FutureLearn is under pressure to make some money. Their first go was offering paid for certificates for course completion. Another attempt has been to persuade people […]Read more
This diagram is from a tweet by Data Driven Science (@DrivenScience).
Artificial Intelligence they say, is the broad discipline of creating intelligent machines.
Machine Learning refers to systems that can learn from experience.
Deep Learning refers …
One result of the Covid 19 pandemic is it seems like every day now there are free events. This week is no exception and this conference looks great. I can’t make all of it – too many other meetings but I hope to dip in and out (another advantage of online conferences). On Tuesday September […]Read more
From the UK Open Data Institute’s Week in Data newsletter This week, Twitter apologised for racial bias within its image-cropping algorithm. The feature is designed to automatically crop images to highlight focal points – including faces. But, Twitter users discovered that, in practice, white faces were focused on, and black faces were cropped out. And, […]Read more
Professor Donald Clark provides real examples and applications of AI and VR in learning in a recent presentation organised by publisher, Kogan Page. This based on his recently published book, Artificial Intelligence for learning. The session was intended to helpRead more