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4/24 iOS 15 Settings You Need To Turn Off Now – If you want fewer people to track you and not suck energy out of your battery you need to watch this. @Payette_Forward

4/22 Top 10 Companies Working in the Development of Humanoid Robots – With every passing day, new robots come into existence and change our lives for the better. @analyticsinme

4/21 Google’s My Maps Tool – There are lots of possible uses for Google’s My Maps in geography, history, and literature classes. @rmbyrne

4/20 Graphic Design Trends for 2022 – Looking for new ways to ensure that your visuals stand out in ever-busy social feeds? The right images can lay a big role in maximizing attention, and a key consideration in this respect is what’s trending, and how that relates to your content. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

4/19 ‘The ultimate waste’: Young people say no to TikTok, social media. Gen Z is social distancing — from social media. Zoomers are known for being glued to their phones, but some twenty-somethings are taking a stand against all-consuming apps such as TikTok and Instagram. Calling them “toxic” and “obsessive.” Share with your kids. @alexmitchy_ @nypost

4/17 Interview and Discussion on the Potential of AI to Transform Healthcare with Dr. Ingrid Vasiliu-Feltes – Artificial intelligence (AI) plays a crucial role in the healthcare industry by helping doctors, patients and hospital administrators. @BBNTimes_en @clearimageai

4/16 The Kids Apps That Collect The Most Data – One of the more concerning side effects of the pandemic has been the increased reliance on digital connection amongst youngsters, and the potential exposure to harmful elements as a result. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

4/15 ‘Mind-blowing’: Ai-Da becomes first robot to paint like an artist.
AI algorithms prompt robot to interrogate, select, and decision-make to create a painting. @caroline_gm_d @guardian

4/15 The School Hall Pass Is Going Digital. Is That a Good Thing? Fans of e-hallpass say it can reduce vandalism and disruptions, but critics have privacy concerns. @jryoung @EdSurge

4/14 Russia Is Leaking Data Like a Sieve. Ukraine claims to have doxed Russian troops and spies, while hacktivists are regularly leaking private information from Russian organizations. @mattburgess @WIRED

4/14 Using Virtual Reality in a Meaningful Way – In this episode, Monica Burns dives into how educators can use virtual reality resources in a meaningful way to transport students to different corners of the world. @ClassTechTips

4/13 How to make your old iPhone feel new again with 4 very simple tricks – Also, if you can’t update to the latest iOS it’s time to get a new one. @SeanKeach @TheSun @nypost

4/12 How Social Platforms Are Responding to the Crisis in Ukraine – Late last week, the Russian Government announced that it would restrict access to Facebook due to Meta’s refusal to remove misinformation warning labels on posts from state-affiliated media. @socialmedia2day

4/11 Seven hidden Gmail tricks everyone should know – including how to unsend an email – Gmail has a clean, simple interface – but there’s more under the hood than meets the eye. @TheSun @nypost @gmail

4/11 “Of Course, I Know How to Google!” Processing students’ utter inability to search effectively, you need to figure out what was going wrong. If they all know how to use Google, how they can’t find information that is appropriate? @mssackstein

4/10 The Census Is Broken. Can AI Fix It? Machine learning can help count people to deliver government funding and decide political representation, but the technology still makes mistakes. @kharijohnson @WIRED

4/9 Japanese robot learns how to peel a banana without squashing it. Robots in Japan are found on factory floors carrying out simple tasks or delivering food to restaurant patrons but researchers have now unveiled a robot capable of executing the delicate task of peeling a banana without squashing the fruit inside. @English_IMSUT @Reuters @nypost

4/9 My iPhone saved my life – everyone needs to learn the ‘5 click’ trick. A Brit who plunged into a crevasse while snowboarding has told the incredible story of how his iPhone saved his life. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun @nypost

4/7 Genius iPhone camera trick almost no one knows exists revealed. Your iPhone has a hidden feature that makes signing documents quick and painless. @SeanKeach @TheSun @nypost

4/7 How Virtual Reality Is Expanding Health Care – Clinicians can help patients recover from strokes while they’re anywhere in the world. @BrodskySascha @TIME

4/5 What to Make of Elon Musk’s Buy-Up of Twitter Shares – Elon Musk is now the single biggest Twitter shareholder – so what will that mean for the platform? @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day @elonmusk

4/5 Why not updating Google’s Chrome browser exposes customers to hacks – Your gadgets could be in grave danger – and it’s all linked to a simple Google Chrome mistake. At the end of this article, it tells you how to update like I just did. @SeanKeach @TheSun @nypost

4/4 How Social Platforms Are Responding to the Crisis in Ukraine – Here’s a look at what’s been announced thus far from the major social apps. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

4/3 Genius iMessage hack lets you text much faster. It’s possible to use Apple’s text-replacement feature to quickly type out long missives. @SeanKeach @TheSun @nypost

4/2 This iPhone trick can tell you if your date is lying about their height or you can measure anything else. It’s a practical example of the uses of augmented reality or AR. @TheSun @nypost

4/1/2022 Apple makes it ‘pointless’ to steal iPhones with genius change. Lost Mode also locks your device so that thieves can’t access your personal information. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun @nypost

3/31 At Pompeii, A Robot Dog Is Helping Guard And Protect The Ruins. A quadruped robot named Spot is the latest piece of cutting-edge technology to come into service at Italy’s Archeological Park of Pompeii in a bid to protect the ancient site. @rebeccaahughes_ @Forbes

3/30 How to Set Healthy Boundaries Around What You Share Online – The pull between wanting to protect privacy and still engage with others meaningfully is real. Here’s how to choose and stick to your guns. @WIRED

3/29 These Are the Top New Features in MacOS Monterey. Here’s how to install the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system, plus a breakdown of the perks for M1-powered Macs. @BStoly @wired

3/29 Now You Can Rent a Robot Worker—for Less Than Paying a Human. Automation is reaching more companies, imperiling some jobs and changing the nature of others. @willknight @WIRED

3/29 Three Key Differences Between AI And Robotics – Robots may replace about 800 million jobs globally in the future, making about 30% of all occupations irrelevant. Also, only 7% of businesses don’t use AI currently but are looking into it. @joshinav @Forbes

3/28 Top Ten Artificial Intellegence Career Trends to Look Forward to in 2022 – Machines would act as co-workers doing routine tasks and humans channeling their energies into strategic tasks. @analyticsinme

3/27 The six warning signs something is very wrong with your iPhone. Apple’s iPhones are well-oiled machines – but there are some key warning signs that things are working properly. @SeanKeach @TheSun @nypost

3/27 TikTok Must Not Fail Ukrainians. To protect frontline creators and preserve evidence, the platform needs to learn from the wartime failings of other social media companies. @WIRED @GregorydSam

3/26 Robotic exoskeleton uses machine learning to help users with mobility impairments. Researchers from the RIKEN Guardian Robot Project and collaborators have used a combination of lightweight material engineering and artificial intelligence to create an exoskeleton robot that could help people with mobility impairments. @riken_en @techxplore_com

3/25 Your iPhone has a hidden map of everywhere you go. Here is how to find it. Your iPhone tracks your real-world movements and you can view where you’ve been on a hidden map. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun

3/24 Do We Have A Backup Plan If Artificial Intelligence Causes Unemployment? Here is the overall analysis of whether there is a backup plan for unemployment in the tech-driven future. @analyticsinme

3/23 Artificial intelligence is everywhere now. This report shows how we got here. What’s AI commonly used for nowadays and how much funding does it get? All these questions and more are answered in the new Stanford index report. @charli_bing @StanfordHAI @PopSci @EdDiener

3/23 Three trends shaping robotics demand in 2022 – Demand for robots growing as companies in multiple sectors look for new ways to enhance their productivity and competitiveness post-pandemic. @therobotreport

3/23 Stranger Google: Crazy Tools From the Upside Down! In this episode, Kasey shares some super cool, lesser-known Google tools. @ShakeUpLearning

3/22 These hard-bodied robots can reproduce, learn and evolve autonomously. Where biology and technology meet, evolutionary robotics is spawning automatons evolving in real-time and space. @shelleypetersen @OriginateHealth @ZMEScience

3/21 Russia’s Killer Drone in Ukraine Raises Fears About AI in Warfare. The maker of the lethal drone claims that it can identify targets using artificial intelligence. @willknight @WIRED

3/18 Every iPhone and Android user should know these genius commands. On the usefulness scale, your phone’s smart assistant is high — if you know the correct commands. Here are five you can use all the time. @kimkomando @FoxNews

3/14 Five Artificial Intelligence Technologies are Upgrading the Future of AI. Artificial Intelligence is extensively utilized to give consumers customized suggestions based on their prior searches and purchases, as well as other online activities. @bee_sumana @analyticsinme

3/12 Learn the meaning of the iPhone status icons. The icons in the status bar at the top of the screen provide information about iPhone. On an iPhone with Face ID, there are additional status icons at the top of Control Center. I bet you don’t what they all mean. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun @nypost

3/12 Robot performs keyhole surgery without human help for the first time. A robot has performed keyhole surgery on a pig without the guiding hand of a human for the first time, a new study reports. @ninamasseyPA @PA @MetroUK

3/11 Five Applications of Computer Vision – New technologies are always under development, and various industries can use them to improve their operations in an increasingly competitive and digital world. @kdnuggets

3/10 Ten Steps to Implement Artificial Intelligence in your Business for Growth – To begin, you need to become familiar with enterprise artificial intelligence. @inventivaindia

3/9 Instagram Launches Updated Creator Tags to Provide More Credit for Content Contributors. Instagram has launched a new tag type, which will enable creators to tag collaborators and influences within their images, based on their contribution. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

3/9 The Top Three Google Search Suggestions For Each US State, Visualized – This is a lot of fun to explore. The best I can find is Hawaii with “expensive, popular, and beautiful.” I live in New York, which is “expensive, big, and cold.” @tilpa

3/8 TikTok Confirms that 10 Minute Video Uploads are Coming to All Users. Short-form video is the trend of the moment, and with attention spans reducing, and new engagement behaviors taking hold, particularly among younger demographics, it seems like short-form interaction is here to stay. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

3/5 Urgent warning for all Facebook users over sneaky new hacking threat – Watch out if you go on a page claiming to be from Facebook, as it is now the most ripped-off brand used by hackers to scam people. Check the page address. Make sure it starts with Facebook.com. @JamieHarrisTech @TheSun @nypost

3/4 Five Industries Likely to Be Disrupted by Blockchain – All your health data could be securely shared from doctor-to-doctor. @CynthiaLIVE @Entrepreneur

3/4 How to help humans understand robots – Human-robot interaction is a two-way street, and the human also needs to learn how the robot behaves. @aczewe @MIT @techxplore_com

3/3 Apple Event Announced for March 8: ‘Peek Performance’ – Apple today announced that it will be holding its first event of 2022 on Tuesday, March 8 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. @MacRumors

3/2 Always Use This Hack When Paying With An American Credit Card Abroad. If you pay in foreign currency with your credit card you will avoid an extra fee and a bad exchange rate. @ErikaKullberg

3/2 How AI is reinventing what computers are – Here are three key ways artificial intelligence is changing what it means to compute. @strwbilly @techreview

3/2 TikTok Was Designed for War. As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine plays out online, the platform’s design and algorithm prove ideal for the messiness of war—but a nightmare for the truth. @stokel @WIRED
2/28 Russia blocks Twitter as Ukraine invasion escalates. Disturbing images from the invasion have circulated widely on the platform. @russellbrandom @verge

2/28 5G Will Revolutionize Healthcare In 2022, But Not How You’ve Been Told. 5G will revolutionize the mobile phone experience for consumers and healthcare professionals alike — here’s how to sort out the hype from reality in 2022. @samzg @LevelEx @forbes

2/27 Top eight IoT applications and examples in business – IoT use cases can vary greatly based on the industry and organization, but several business applications of the technology are gaining momentum. @IoTAgenda

2/27 100 White Castle locations to get robot fry cooks that cook faster and make more food. White Castle, Miso Robotics will install ‘Flippy 2’ fry stations at 100 stand-alone locations. You knew this was coming. @CortneyMoore716 @FoxBusiness

2/26 Explore a new world using the Internet of Things. Today, almost any object can be turned into a smart device connected to the internet, making it a part of the IoT. Connecting different devices to the internet enable them to communicate with each other, which adds a level of digital intelligence to the device. @TechBullion

2/25 5G Will Revolutionize Healthcare In 2022, But Not How You’ve Been Told. 5G will revolutionize the mobile phone experience for consumers and healthcare professionals alike — here’s how to sort out the hype from reality in 2022. @samzg @Forbes

2/24 Artificial emotional intelligence could change senior users’ perceptions of social robots. Socially assistive robots (SARS) are a class of robotic systems specifically designed to help vulnerable or older users to complete everyday activities. @techxplore_com

2/22 The Top New Features in Apple’s iOS 15 – Face ID will finally work with your face mask in iOS 15.4. @JulianChokkattu @BStoly @WIRED

2/22 Here’s the Gear You Need to Start Your Own Podcast. These tools can help you get great audio and video quality from the start—and they’re more accessible than you might think. High school kids can do this. @pwhall @WIRED

2/21 Meet The Startup Behind The Robot ‘Dogs’ Set To Patrol The Southern Border. In early February, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it was bringing robot “dogs” to the American Southwest to help with border patrol and antismuggling efforts. @amyfeldman @Forbes

2/21 How the robots alongside us will make the world a better place – Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are leading to the emergence of a new class of robot. @pabbeel @qz

2/18 You’re using your iPhone wrong – seven hacks to boost battery life – Everyone is familiar with that annoying moment your iPhone’s battery is almost dead. @JamieHarrisTech @TheSun @nypost

2/15 How to Create VR Tours of Local Landmarks – There are many ways that you could create a virtual reality tour. This is a simple method that utilizes the native camera app on a Pixel 5, Google Photos, Story Spheres, and Vocaroo. @rmbyrne

2/13 The brain’s secret to lifelong learning can now come as hardware for artificial intelligence. The brains of living beings can continuously learn throughout their lifespan. We have now created an artificial platform for machines to learn throughout their lifespan. @LifeAtPurdue

2/12 Google-Supported Effort to Help Develop Courses in Responsible AI – The National Humanities Center, an independent institute dedicated to advanced study in the humanities, is partnering with faculty from 15 colleges and universities to create and implement curricula for developing responsible artificial intelligence technologies. @Campus_Tech

2/12 IoT in Smart Cities in 2022 – Though it may not be readily apparent, today’s major cities and metropolitan regions are highly connected and data-driven. @Datamation

2/12 Robot performs keyhole surgery without human help for the first time. Researchers say the procedure is a significant step in robotics towards fully automated operations on humans. @ninamasseyPA @PA @MetroUK

2/11 What Nonprofits Stand To Gain From Artificial Intelligence – Machine learning extracts patterns to define repetitive tasks and automate them. Once tasks are known, robotic process automation (RPA) tools automate the process. @VIPintelligence @Forbes @ForbesCouncils

2/11 Top Five Ways Robots can Help Humans in the Future – In today’s technology-driven world, new tech trends such as Robotics and Artificial Intelligence have been gaining a lot of attention. Robots are rapidly taking over the world and are contributing to. @analyticsinme

2/9 The State of AI in 2021: Language models, healthcare, ethics, and AI agnosticism. Takeaways from an action-packed 2021 for AI: Healthcare is just getting started with its AI moment, bigger language models mean bigger complications, and there may now be the third pole for AGI. @linked_do @nathanbenaich @soundboy @ZDNet

2/8 Eight YouTube pro tricks for better searches and more privacy – Before you fall into a YouTube rabbit hole, check out these tips for hiding what you look for and finding what you want. @kimkomando @FoxNews @nypost

2/8 10 Ways Artificial Intelligence will Change the World in 2022 – AI is being a fast-paced technology and ruling the world with its different applications. @manasaveenago @analyticsinme

2/8 How deep learning can improve productivity and boost business – Deep learning neural networks mimic the decision-making processes of the human brain by making a series of calculations to reach a conclusion. @beena_ammanath @KayFButterfield @WEF

2/8 AI Facts Every Dev Should Know: Artificial intelligence is older than you, probably. AI engineers get paid a lot. Perhaps your kids should consider this career path. @silvidemeter @hackernoon

2/6 Artificial intelligence will spread in supply chain. According to new analysis from Gartner, evolving data communications networks will help drive 25% of artificial intelligence-based supply chain decisions to “edge ecosystems” (physical locations where things, people, and data connect ‚ such as distribution centers) by 2025. @DBerthiaumeCSA @ChainStoreAge

2/5/2022 They Hacked McDonald’s Ice Cream Machines—and Started a Cold War. Secret codes. Legal threats. Betrayal. How one couple built a device to fix McDonald’s notoriously broken soft-serve machines—and how the fast-food giant froze them out. @a_greenberg @WIRED

1/31 The USGS Multimedia Gallery Offers Excellent Public Domain Images and Videos. The USGS Multimedia Gallery contains large collections of educational videos, animations, audio recordings, pictures, and slideshows. Have your kids check it out. @rmbyrne @USGS

1/29 Pocket Zoom – It’s like having a telescope in your pocket. Here is more information on the product. I have no financial interest here.

1/29 Apple to challenge Square with ‘contactless’ iPhone payments. This means you can accept payments from anyone on your iPhone just by touching it with a touch and go credit card or another iPhone. @nypost @business

1/28 Genius iPhone tricks boost your battery life — and they only take seconds. I didh’t know any of these. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun @nypost

1/27 Five Key Technologies for the Development of the Metaverse – Extended reality technologies aren’t new, but the way that we interact with them has changed rapidly within the last several years. @MobiDev_ @iotforall

1/26 How to keep your smartphone safe in freezing conditions – With winter weather in full swing around the country, you may notice that your smartphone has been glitchy. Your phone’s battery life could be in jeopardy if temperatures drop too low. @CaitlinHornik @TheSunUS @theatermania @theclicknews

1/24 Your iPhone’s Apple logo can turn into a secret button – here’s how to ‘unlock’ ‘Back Tap.’ If you have an iPhone then you need to try this hidden feature that utilizes the Apple logo on the back of your phone. @TheSun @nypost

1/23 Your iPhone has ten Harry Potter ‘spells’ that really work with Siri. Ordinary muggles can cast spells from the Harry Potter universe provided they have an iPhone. Apple’s voice assistant, Siri, responds to close to a dozen magical commands taken straight from JK Rowling’s megahit books. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun @nypost

1/22 The Dizzying Logistics That Go Into How New York City Handles More Than 3,000 Flights Per Day – The robotic baggage handling system about 2:30 in is very cool to watch. @cheddar

1/21 Ten Ways Artificial Intelligence will Change the World in 2022 – AI is being a fast-paced technology and ruling the world with its different applications. @analyticsinme

1/20 iRobot Coding App – Scaffold how students learn to code with progressive Learning Levels suitable for any skill level, from pre-readers to higher education environments. @iRobotEducation

1/18 Your Android has six ‘secret codes’ that unlock hidden features. I’m an iPhone user, but I’m here for my Android sisters and brothers. @sopaimages @LightRocket @TheSun @nypost

1/17 How to Reboot Your Gadgets and How Often to Do It – Your IT department is right. Turning your electronics off and on again is so helpful that you might want to schedule regular reboots. @IamSimonHill @WIRED

1/17 How can AI-powered humanitarian engineering tackle the biggest threats facing our planet? Humanitarian engineering programs bring together engineers, policymakers, non-profit organizations, and local communities to leverage technology for the greater good of humanity. @AI_TechNew @IEEEUSA

1/16 TOP Ten robotic and artificial intelligence stories of 2021 – From microrobots interacting with human cells to wearable skeletons which let you sustain enormous amount of weight there was a lot to report on. @designboom

1/15 Top Five Robotics Trends for 2022 – Robotics Trends and predictions have been useful in 2021 that have transformed multiple businesses and helped to earn higher profits despite the ongoing pandemic. @analyticsinme

1/14 Expert Perspectives: How Virtual Reality Can Aid in Career Technical Education – A Q&A with Bharani Rajakumar, CEO of TRANSFR, illustrates how virtual reality can bring careers to life by putting learning directly in students’ hands. @TransfrVR @Getting_Smart

1/13 Here’s a genius trick to boost your iPhone battery life. A TikTok tech guru has shared a simple trick that could boost your iPhone’s performance. @ambre_skye on TikTok @TheSun @nypost

1/12 This AI Software Nearly Predicted Omicron’s Tricky Structure. New algorithms that decipher complex sequences of amino acids offered an early view of the coronavirus variant. They could point the way to future drugs. @tsimonite @WIRED

1/11 iPhone weather app has a hidden function that you might be missing out on. If you scroll done and click on the map there is a stack on the left that can give you precipitation radar. @carsenholaday @theSUNus

1/10 Best ways to save your phone’s photos before it’s too late – It’s best to back up your photos, so they’re safe and sound — no matter what happens to your device. The method is up to you. Just don’t wait till it’s too late. @kimkomando @FoxNews @nypost

1/8 Ten Actionable Social Media Strategies for Dropshippers – Did you know that about 90 percent of dropshipping businesses fail within the first month due to the owners’ frustration that they are not making enough money? This doesn’t have to be the case for you. With the right social media strategy, you could be part of the 10% that keeps smiling all the way to the bank. This could apply to student entrepreneurs. @Sourcingbro

1/7 Instagram Launches Initial Test of Algorithm-Free, Reverse Chronological Feed Options In-Stream. Instagram chief Adam Mosseri has shared a preview of how its new options on this front will work. @mosseri @socialmedia2day @adhutchinson

1/6 How to Create and Publish Your First Podcast – This is something that students and teacher should consider. The process of doing a podcast is a good learning experience. @rmbyrne

1/5/2922 The 12 TikTok trends that defined 2021: From hilarious to terrifying – Some of these online pursuits proved inspiring. However, the lion’s share were so harebrained they made the infamous “Gorilla Glue” fiasco seem like a string theory symposium. @nypost

12/31 Mother Warns Parents to Monitor Kids’ Social Media Use After She Claims Her 10-Year-Old Daughter Died Attempting ‘Blackout Challenge.’ A Pennsylvania mother is warning other parents to be vigilant about monitoring their children’s social media. @niaraalexandra @YahooNews

12/30 Teacher who ‘stalked’ kids online for LGBTQ club responds to backlash. A California middle school teacher who admitted she “totally stalked” student online activity to identify candidates for an LGBTQ club @selimalgar @nypost

12/29 TikTok Adds Live-Stream Intros to Better Facilitate Engagement. This is a small, but potentially valuable addition for your TikTok live-stream broadcasts. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

12/28 Mapping the Social Media Landscape [Infographic] – While Facebook is the dominant player in the social media space, it’s worth noting the major influence that Chinese social apps also have. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

12/27 The Seven Best Portable Chargers for All of Your Devices – Whether you just want to keep your cellphone going or power just about anything off-grid, here are your options. @luxagraf @WIRED

12/24 Has virtual reality reached a moment of deeper engagement in K-12 learning? A deeply immersive VR experience stimulates all of a student’s senses and can engage them more deeply. @Zalaznick @DA_magazine

12/23 Terrifying rise of AI ‘slaughterbots’ programmed to kill – A unmanned vehicle, part of the Multi-Utility Tactical Transport family of systems, operates on Red Beach during a 2017 training exercise at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. @nypost @TheSun

1/22 A Platypus in My House! Fun and Learning Through Augmented Reality. Through the use of Google’s augmented reality in search experiences Richard Byrne was able to make a digital rendering of platypus swim through his house. Here’s a little video of the experience. @rmbyrne @GoogleARVR

12/21 MIT Scientists Find Clues to Why Fake News Snowballs on Social Media. new model shows that the more polarized and hyperconnected a social network is, the more likely misinformation will spread. @aczeweA @MIT

12/20 The Future of Robot Nannies A machine can’t love our children, but our children might love them. @j2bryson @BoganiRonny @WIRED

12/20 Robot waiters, rubber shoes, and seven more trends that are set to take over in 2022 – In 2022, we’re ready for what’s next. And one thing’s for sure: We’re not going back to the old ways. So what can we expect from the new normal? – In 2022, we’re ready for what’s next. And one thing’s for sure: We’re not going back to the old ways. So what can we expect from the new normal? @ericspitznagel @nypost

2/19 Five Jobs that Robotics will Replace and Five Jobs that it Won’t – The advent of robotics has created a rift in job roles as machines might overtake several human tasks. @analyticsinme @junjudapi @Khulood_Almani

12/18 These Are the Top New Features in MacOS Monterey – Here’s how to install the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system, plus a breakdown of the perks for M1-powered Macs. @BStoly @wired

12/18 Incorporating Robotics Across the Curriculum – There’s a place for lessons involving robots in every grade and every subject—not just science and math but English and social studies too. @JorgeDoesPBL @edutopia

12/17 TikTok Adds New Creative Tools for the Holidays, including GIFs in Green Screen Mode. TikTok has added a new set of video editing features, just in time for the holidays, which will give users more ways to create engaging, swipe-stopping clips for their followers and fans in the app. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

12/16 How To Safely Reintroduce Devices Onto School Networks – chool IT professionals should take a methodical approach when bringing devices back onto school networks after several months of distance learning. @ZWComeau @MyTechDecisions

12/16 Ten Tips To Effectively WORK FROM HOME in 2021 | How To Work From Home And Work Remotely – These can also be great tips if you have kids schooling at home. @listicleco

12/15 TOP Ten robotic and artificial intelligence stories of 2021 – The stories take you from microrobots interacting with human cells to wearable skeletons which let you sustain enormous amount of weight and more. @designboom @atoun_inc @BostonDynamics

12/14 Ditch Google Chrome and use this privacy-focused browser instead. Here Is Everything you should know about Brave, the Chrome rival that stops websites from tracking you. @RaeHodge @cliffordcolby @CNET @dougpete

12/12 Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection – This is an enjoyable and thoughtful read, as well as a timely one, especially as we are all working online more and more. @ericadhawan @SimonCocking @HarperCollinsUK @HarperCollins @Irish_TechNews

12/11 Over 200 newspapers are suing Facebook and Google for killing their advertising. More than 200 newspapers are suing Facebook and Google, alleging that the tech titans have unfairly manipulated the advertising market, siphoning away their revenue and crippling their businesses. @AlexSteigrad @nypost

12/10 How to Optimize Your Social Media Posts for Search Engines – Today, social media platforms have become a multi-billion dollar industry of their own. Almost half of the planet’s population (roughly as many people who have an internet connection) use at least one social media network that they use once a day. @jeffbullas

12/8 Try Virtual Backgrounds and Immersive Views in Zoom – In this short video Richard Byrne demonstrate where to find and edit virtual backgrounds for Zoom and how to use them with the immersive view option in Zoom. @rmbyrne

12/8 Top Seven Artificial Intelligence Trends In 2022 – If we look at the last couple of years, we have seen a significant leap in the way Artificial Intelligence is becoming an integral part of many organizations’ business plans. @wpvkp @tech_funnel @anikmenon @newsoft53759560 @GlenGilmore @DeepLearn007

12/7 Five Facebook hacks to improve your experience – Start with Fancy Facebook fonts and take it from there. @EdwardsCLM @TheSun @nypost

12/6 Hidden iPhone tricks most people don‘t know – Surprisingly, there are a ton of hidden features on the iPhone, along with helpful built-in shortcuts that you may have missed. @ellyawwesome @newscomauHQ @nypost

12/4 Here’s how to add favorite people to your iPhone with latest update (iOS 15) – Users can also add favorite contacts as an emergency contact. This will make it so your emergency contact automatically receives a message with your location any time you trigger the phone’s “Emergency SOS” function, which also contacts authorities. @WillFOIA @MYPOST

12/3 Top Internet of Things (IoT) Trends for 2022: The Future of IoT – The growing Internet of Things (IoT) is connecting devices to a variety of sensors, applications, and other IoT elements to automate business processes and support human efficiencies in business and the home. @ShelbyHiter @Datamation @kojo_sniper @Khulood_Almani

12/1/2021 Ethical AI in Healthcare and its Principles – AI in Healthcare can raise ethical issues and can harm patients by not giving intended outcomes. @Akiraaiedge @junjudapi @sh_hameed @ingliguori

12/1/2021 This robot relies on human reflexes to keep its balance. As much as we’d like to think that we’re entering an era of autonomous

11/30 Facebook Announces the Removal of Thousands of Ad Targeting Categories Relating to Sensitive Topics. Facebook is taking more steps to align with evolving privacy regulations by removing a swathe of detailed ad targeting options that relate to potentially problematic issues and causes. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

11/28 Robots Won’t Close the Warehouse Worker Gap Anytime Soon. Even Amazon’s new AI-powered machines aren’t nearly capable enough to handle the most important fulfillment tasks. @willknight @WIRED

11/27 Which Streaming Services Are Actually Worth Your Money? If you are confused about streeing services this will be a big help. @IamSimonHill @WIRED

11/26 Robots Won’t Close the Warehouse Worker Gap Anytime Soon. Even Amazon’s new AI-powered machines aren’t nearly capable enough to handle the most important fulfillment tasks. @willknight @WIRED

11/25 Mind-blowing iPhone trick lets you unlock hidden emoji feature for texts. If you have an iPhone give this a try. @SeanKeach @nypost @TheSun

11/24 Should universities be worried about the increasing capabilities of AI? Artificial intelligence is getting better at writing, and universities should worry about plagiarism. @DrSarahEaton @ConversationCA @Khulood_Alman

11/23 iRobot CEO: Why Voice is the Future​ of Robot Control – With new Alexa integration, simple commands result in sophisticated behaviors. @BotJunkie @IEEESpectrum @pchamard @tobiaskintzel

11/22 How Artificial Intelligence Will Impact Your Daily Life in the 2020s – Artificial intelligence (AI) powers 5G, blockchain, the internet of things, quantum computing and self-driving cars. @@themomtessorian MMinevich @DeepLearn007 @pierrepinna @sallyeaves

11/20 Seven Good Tools for Making Animations – Making animations is a great way for students to bring their written stories to life on screen. @rmbyrne @CommonCraft @BinaryMoon @WickEditor @duckduckmoose

11/19 New Theory Cracks Open the Black Box of Deep Learning. A new idea called the “information bottleneck” is helping to explain the puzzling success of today’s artificial-intelligence algorithms — and might also explain how human brains learn. @nattyover @QuantaMagazine @BlkHwk0ps

11/19 American companies ordered a record 29,000 robots in the first 9 months of this year as they battled the labor shortage. The number of orders was 37% higher than for the same nine-month period in 2020. @kate__duffy @businessinsider @thisisinsider @steffanoferrari @labordeolivier @GlenGilmore

11/17 Where are NA, CMA, Al-Anon or AA meetings near me? Pink Cloud is an app that will help you find over 245,000 anonymous 12 step programs worldwide, including over 20,000 online meetings. @pinkcloudapp

11/16 Ex-Apple store employee reveals secret iPhone tricks. A former Apple employee has highlighted a host of iPhone tips and tricks that you probably didn’t know about. I sure didn’t. @Harry_Pettit_ @TheSun @nypost @sabbadz

11/16 PS5 vs. Xbox Series X: How They Compare 1 Year Later – Sony and Microsoft have had a year to address supply shortages and improve game libraries for their new consoles. Here’s how they stack up. If you are wondering which one to buy this should help. @nikochina

11/15 Explore creative sound making. Soundtrap for Education empowers students and teachers to explore creative sound recording in all subjects, for all ages and ability levels. @soundtrap

111/13 Introduction to cloud computing – The most simple way of explaining cloud computing is storing, accessing, and processing data over the internet instead of using personal computers and local area networks. @rasangarocks

11/12 Mechcubei Solutions Software Development Company a One-stop solution for all your technology needs for your business @mechcubei

11/11 Artificial Intelligence (AI) — Top 3 Pros and Cons – Artificial intelligence (AI) is the use of “computers and machines to mimic the problem-solving and decision-making capabilities of the human mind,” according to IBM. Can you or your students guess what they are? @procon_org @appthisway @IainLJBrown

11/10 Engage Students AND Meet Standards with Student Podcasting. In this episode, Kasey chats with Jennifer Conti about the podcasting initiative launched at her school. @Conti_jen @ShakeUpLearning

11/9 Does AI Create or Destroy Jobs? What is the Real Threat to Human Society Over the Coming Decades? Artificial intelligence (AI) will create new job opportunities, not destroy them. AI will displace some jobs but will create new ones. @BBNTimes_en @chidambara09 @DigitalEdwyn @we

11/8 Instagram Launches Live-Stream Shopping Events for the Holidays, Free Shipping on Purchases. Instagram’s leaning further into live-stream commerce with the launch of a new series of shopping-based broadcasts heading into the holidays, which will also incorporate exclusive product launches and influencer recommendations to help maximize interest. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day

11/6 These Parents Built a School App. Then the City Called the Cops. Stockholm’s official app was a disaster. So annoyed parents built their own open-source version—ignoring warnings that it might be illegal. @mattburgess1 @WIRED

11/5 Learn How to Scale Your Influence at Startup Speed. Join 50,000 other bloggers and watch an exclusive free masterclass on how to start a profitable blogging business in the 2020s. @AdamEnfroy

11/5 What is your Instagram Intention? Think of what your intention is with that knife. Is your intention to A. slice a tomato? Or B. kill someone? The same idea applies to your Instagram. @jonathantilleydotcom

11/4 As Facebook Changes Name to Meta, Company Wants to Pull Education Into Its ‘Metaverse.’ It has committed real dollars to the educational part of its effort, promising that its Facebook Reality Labs will invest $150 million in an education program. @jryoung @EdSurge

11/3 Starting Your Own Blog in High School – Blogging is a great way to gain experience in writing, web design, and web marketing. Beyond that, starting a blog can serve many different purposes. It can allow you to share your writing or other artwork with a broader audience. @collegevine

11/1 Humans in the loop: it takes people to ensure artificial intelligence success. ‘A copious amount of training data and elastic compute power are not the cornerstones for successful AI implementations.’ @joemckendrick @ZDNet @appthisway @RitupaGhosh

10/31 How To Leverage Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning During The Pandemic Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have simplified the process of assimilating, processing, and analyzing huge amounts of data. @ummid @lkafle @asokan_telecom

10/28 New deep learning models require fewer neurons. Artificial intelligence (AI) can become more efficient and reliable if it is made to mimic biological models. @MIT_CSAIL @bimedotcom

10/28 How AI is helping to make breast cancer history. While AI’s influence is increasing, equally important to improving outcomes is a recognition that healthcare is a fundamentally human endeavor. @TClozel @techcrunch @pettet50 @Shi4Tech @efipm

10/26 How AI’s full power can stimulate climate change action. AI has the potential to become the ‘Swiss Army knife’ in our fight against climate change. @wef @junjudapi @DeepLearn007 @sallyeaves @pierrepinna @Xbond49

10/25 This Personal Electric Aerial Vehicle Called The Jetson One Looks Futuristic As Heck. This almost looks like a trailer for some upcoming sci-fi movie. @JetsonOne

10/25 How AI Is Easing Our Daily Lives? From morning until night, many people encounter Artificial intelligence. @SIAonline @chidambara09 @SpirosMargaris

10/23 5G networks aren’t even close to market penetration tipping point. @DigitalTrends @Nicochan33 @Exchange5g @PawlowskiMario @Ym78200 @jblefevre60 @kalydeoo @ipfconline1 @CurieuxExplorer @Shi4Tech @MargaretSiegien @IanLJones98 @AmitChampaneri1

10/22 Five ways to keep your personal data safe from hackers – It is more important than ever that tech users are vigilant when it comes to protecting their devices. @TechNative @lkafle

10/21 Top 20 Tech Tips for Teachers – Shift Your Mindset. Mindset is the biggest battle to overcoming technology fears as well. @ShakeUpLearning

10/20 Top 22 Best AI, Machine Learning And Deep Learning Books Of All Time – You should probably consider adding many of these books to your school library. @NewWorldAI1 @BlkHwk0ps @machinelearnflx

10/19 Holograms get real: Startup creates objects out of light and thin air. No longer relegated to science fiction, holodeck-style creations from Silicon Valley company Light Field Lab are here today. @TechWriterGeoff @CNET @kashyapvyaas @SkarredGhost

10/18 Apple Releases Urgent iPhone and iPad Updates to Patch New Zero-Day Vulnerability. Apple iPhone and iPad users are highly recommended to update to the latest version (iOS 15.0.2 and iPad 15.0.2) to mitigate the security vulnerability. @TheHackersNews @Paula_Piccard

10/17 Marques Brownlee Gives An Incredibly Comprehensive Review Of Every iPhone Model From 2007 To 2021. Although this video is 33 minutes long, as someone with his 5th iPhone (13 pro), I was fascinated. The charts at the end are very cool. @MKBHD @WVFRM @TheStudio @MKBHDExplained

10/17 LinkedIn’s Exit From China Cuts Another East-West Bridge. The Microsoft subsidiary had agreed in 2014 to censor content in China, but that apparently wasn’t enough for tougher government regulators. @willknight @WIRED

10/16 Combining Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, and Chatbots – Augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and chatbots are cutting-edge technologies portraying scientific advancements in the way we perceive our surroundings. @joshinav @BBNTimes_en @Corix_JC @bimedotcom @mvollmer1

10/14 Exploring the ethics of AI – The ethics of Artificial Intelligence or in short ethics of AI is a topic that is often debated and it’s one that will no doubt continue to be discussed as artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more prevalent in our lives. @BetaMoroney @lyakovet @SabineVdL

10/13 Elder-friendly technology is a growing market. As boomers age, a new crop of iPads and Alexas are popping up. Are they necessary? News Flash: At 74 I am an aging boomer. @luke_winkie @voxdotcom @ADevotedYogi @LEAD_Coalition

10/12 Guy Cracks Open An iPhone 13 Pro Max And Finds A Few Surprises. Taking one apart isn’t easy, but it’s cool to see how the individual pieces fit together. @ZacksJerryRig

10/12 Does AI Create or Destroy Jobs? What is the Real Threat to Human Society Over the Coming Decades? Artificial intelligence (AI) will create new job opportunities, not destroy them. AI will displace some jobs but will create new ones. @BBNTimes_en @bimedotcom @DeepLearn007 @andi_staub @mvollmer1 @Shi4Tech @Ym78200 @EvaSmartAI @enilev @tlloydjones @gerald_bader @RagusoSergio @Corix_JC @KanezaDiane @TarakRindani @pchamard

10/10 Apple delays controversial ‘child safety’ feature after privacy outcry. The feature would’ve let a tool scan images on Apple users’ devices before being uploaded to iCloud. @theo_way @nypostbiz

10/10 Three Good Tools for Recording and Publishing Audio Conversations – Is it time for your student to start podcasting? @rmbyrne @anchor @Flipgrid

10/9 Combating the Problems With Facebook and Instagram: Eight Tips for Teachers – How can educators help ensure their students are armed with the tools they need to protect themselves and others when using these platforms? @kbushweller @AlysonRKlein @educationweek

10/9 Flipping the Script on the TikTok Challenge – Rather than vandalism, challenge students to recording something nice on TikTok. @drneilgupta @WCSDistrict @DrPowersKHS

10/7 We created holograms you can touch – you can even shake your virtual colleague’s hand. At the University of Glasgow’s bendable electronics and sensing technologies research group, we have now developed a system of holograms of people using “aerohaptics”. @RavinderSDahiya @ThePrintIndia @nigewillson

10/7 The 5 Biggest Technology Trends In 2022 – In 2022 the covid-19 pandemic will continue to impact our lives in many ways. This means that we will continue to see an accelerated rate of digitization and virtualization of business and society. @BernardMarr @Forbes @Paula_Piccard

10/5 Artificial Intelligence Myth Vs Reality: Where Do Healthcare Experts Think We Stand? The “AI in healthcare: myth versus reality” discussion has been happening for well over a decade. From AI bias and data quality issues to considerable market failures. @sethbjoseph @Forbes @Khulood_Almani @Khulood_Almani

The Most Important New Features in Windows 11—and How to Get Them – The newest version of Microsoft’s desktop operating system is here. @LordRavenscraft @WIRED

10/4 The Lean Startup: Best course on Entrepreneurship. This Course will Revolutionize your ideas into a unicorn startup and helped you in creating a prototype, Business model canvas, building a Minimum viable product, Pitch deck, and Fundraising and support your team-building and expansion strategy in a startup. @junjudapi @Udemy_Coupons1

10/2 Quantum Technology: Current and Future Applications. While quantum technology has been in academia for more than three decades, it’s recently gained the attention of business for commercial applications. @QciQuantum @RebelBrown @chidambara09

10/1 Soon Your Google Searches Can Combine Text and Images. With the help of AI, you’ll be able to take a picture of a shirt, then ask Google to find socks with the same pattern. @kharijohnson @wired

9/30 Top Ten AI Influencers You Should Definitely Follow in 2021 – These AI Influencers on social media can help you stay updated. @shivanipaliwal @industry_wired @mary_gambara @MHcommunicate

9/29 The Benefits of Using Ai in the Advertising Industry – AI helps marketeers in making better decisions for successful business operations, customer satisfaction, and return on investment. @cioreview @jeffsheehan @stratorob @stratorob @CurieuxExplorer

9/28 A Step-by-Step Guide to Completely Learn Data Science by Doing Projects – Build a portfolio and become job-ready as you learn. @TDataScience

9/28 Precise touch screens thanks to AI – Fewer typing errors when touching a smartphone keyboard: ETH Computer scientists have developed a new AI solution that enables touchscreens to sense with eight times higher resolution than current devices. @ETH_en @Sciena_ch @EvaSmartAI @RagusoSergio

9/27 How to Keep Kids Safe on YouTube in 2021 – YouTube has a couple of solutions — including “Restricted Mode” on conventional YouTube and also the curated YouTube Kids app. @safetydet

9/25 AI hearing aids optimize sound in real time. The hearing aid hardware wars have become a software battleground. @gcnichs @ZDNet @chidambara09 @ipfconline1

9/24 Five Industries that are being Reshaped by Data Analytics – If the company aims to stay competitive and lean, they need to leverage data to help move the business forward, and using tools of data analytics is the easiest way to do that. @analyticsinme @Khulood_Almani

9/23 It’s easier for your car to be hacked than you think. Modern cars are computers on wheels, meaning hostile hackers can violate your car’s software and do what they want to it a lot easier than you might think. @jlareauan @freep @wdtnews @iotcybersec24 @SpirosMargaris

9/22 Why Do You Need Instagram Stories? Picture it: 2018. Instagram premieres a new part of the app called Stories to rave reviews. And ever since then you’ve been wondering what the heck is this thing is and why do you even need it? @JonathanTilley5

9/21 Apple’s iOS 15 Is Here—These Are All the Top New Features. Your iPhone’s operating system is getting its annual upgrade. From FaceTime improvements to Safari’s overhaul, we break the update down. @JulianChokkattu @WIRED

9/20 The Best Productivity Apps Powered by AI You Need in 2021 – AI-powered productivity apps can automate your workload and give you more time for your creative tasks. Here are some of the best ones. @Tamaldas_Ind @iotcybersec24 @Khulood_Almani

9/19 How to Preorder the iPhone 13—and Which One You Should Get – Get those Apple Wallets ready. From the Mini to the Pro Max, Wired breaks down all your options. They recommend not upgrading if you already have a 12. @BStoly @WIRED

9/18 The Power of Podcasts for Learning: Listening, Creating, Sharing, and Growth – Podcasts are a powerful tool for learning! In this episode, Kasey talks about all sides of podcasting–what it is, how to listen, how to use them in the classroom, and how to create. @ShakeUpLearning

9/17 It’s a Good Day to Update All Your Devices. iOS, Windows, and Chrome all have zero-day vulnerabilities that hackers are going after. Now that the fixes are here, you need to install them ASAP. @brbarrett @WIRED

9/16 Here’s A Comprehensive Breakdown Of Everything You’re Getting From An iPhone 13. If you are thinking about getting an iPhone 13 you MUST watch this. @Mrwhosetheboss

9/15 The iPhone 13 Wants to Shoot Your Next Feature Film. Apple’s latest phones get minor but noteworthy upgrades, mostly in their video capture capabilities. I’m in. @JulianChokkattu @WIRED

9/15 New Apple Products – Watch the rollout of the new iPad, Apple Watches and iPhone 13s. This video features a lot of beautiful scenes along with details on new products you may want. @Apple @tim_cook

9/13 Facebook’s New Camera Glasses Are Dangerously Easy to Use. The company has partnered with Ray-Ban to make a pair of video-capturing Wayfarers. They’re everything you hoped for and feared in smart glasses. @LaurenGoode @WIRED

9/11 Facebook Data Leak 2021: 7 Steps to Take If Your FB Account Is Hacked – You can also take proactive measures to ensure the safety of your account and the data in it. @iTechPost @Eli_Krumova @RedFox_App

9/11 Malware-loaded documents making a comeback. While cybercriminals are constantly looking for new ways to compromise IT systems, sometimes the old ways work just fine. @GrantGross @YahooNews @reach2ratan

9/11 Can a Robot Invent? The Fight Around AI and Patents Explained. Patent offices and courts around the world are being asked to tackle a similar question: can an artificial intelligence system qualify as an inventor for a patent? @BLaw @nigewillson

9/10 Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity: The Benefits and Challenges – Similar to dynamite, artificial intelligence (AI) is only a tool, and it’s up to us to choose how we use it. @CENGNCanada @mvollmer1 @asokan_telecom

9/8 Artificial intelligence meets live monitoring. Artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology seems poised to enhance nearly every aspect of our lives. The security industry is no exception. @securitymag @SeanFoleyJ @New081082 @Paula_Piccard

9/8 How to get great audio for podcast interviews – There’s more to podcasting than knowing your topic. @BarbaraKrasnoff @Verge @chidambara09 @IngridBooltink

9/6 Why Ransomware Hackers Love a Holiday Weekend – Looking forward to Labor Day? So are ruthless gangs of cybercriminals. @brbarrett @WIRED

9/3 Artificial Intelligence’s Biggest Stumbling Block: Trust. Management guru W. Edwards Deming famously said: “In God we trust. All others must bring data.” But how far can we trust the data? @joemckendrick @Forbes @bimedotcom @EvaSmartAI

9/2 The Role Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Cybersecurity – While the world marvels at the massive technological advancements at play in a variety of fields. There is a particular niche that is growing rather concerned. @automeme @chidambara09 @ThinkLBC

9/1 Artificial Intelligence Will be the Commander of the Future Wars. Drones, Cyber Weapons and Artificial Intelligence will allow the military to command Future Wars. @analyticsinme @New081082 @dataworkout

8/31 Will Lawyers Be Made Obsolete by Artificial Intelligence? Less manual labored jobs seemed untouchable thanks to their complexity, that is, of course, until now, thanks to technologies like Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Virtual Reality. @hackernoon

8/30 17 ways technology could change the world by 2025 – The World Economic Forum asked their 2020 intake of Technology Pioneers for their views on how technology will change the world in the next five years. @wef @Damien_CABADI @MariaFariello1 @sallyeaves @SabineVdL

8/29 How Much Time Do We Spend on Our Phones? If you are adicted to your phone here are some reasons why it’s bad for you.

8/27 Why Social Media Scheduling Works – The biggest mistake that brands and businesses make on social media is to think of it as a set it and forget it system. @cktechconnect @aDolphinCries @@SocialDraftApp

8/25 Shopping for a Router Sucks. Here’s What You Need to Know. How much speed do you need? And what’s a MU-MIMO? We decipher the jargon and explain what to look for. @IamSimonHill @WIRED

8/24 Twitter rolls out a series of improvements to its Direct Message system. Today, Twitter announced that it will roll out a few quality of life improvements to its direct messaging system over the next few weeks, including the ability to DM a tweet to multiple people at once in individual conversations. @asilbwrites @techcrunch @NealSchaffer

8/21 We trained AI to recognise footprints, but it won’t replace forensic experts yet. We rely on experts all the time. If you need financial advice, you ask an expert. If you are sick, you visit a doctor, and as a juror, you may listen to an expert witness. In the future, however, artificial intelligence (AI) might replace many of these people. @ConversationUK @PawlowskiMario @tobiaskintzel

8/20 How Many Times Can People Make The Same Joke About The Taliban And Pronouns? What’s happening in Afghanistan isn’t funny, but it’s pretty easy to make jokes about the Taliban. Ask your kids if it makes sense to have Taliban leaders on Twitter but not Donald Trump. @clocarustwo @Gawker @Zabehulah_M33

8/17 Key Questions To Ask When Hiring A Social Media Manager – This was written for businesses but applies to school districts. @aDolphinCries @cktechsandi

8/16 Machine Learning for Kids: Baby Steps into ML for Babies – Introducing machine learning to kids is not that challenging as you think. @analyticsinme

8/15 Ideas for Blogging With K-12 Students This Year – Whether your students are just learning how to type or they’re aspiring journalists, there are lots of ways to use blogging as a classroom activity. @rmbyrne

8/13 OpenAI can translate English into code with its new machine learning software Codex. Is this as a tool to multiply programmers? @jjvincent @verge @BetaMoroney @SpirosMargaris

8/12 Machine Learning, Explained – This pervasive and powerful form of artificial intelligence is changing every industry. Here’s what you need to know about the potential and limitations of machine learning and how it’s being used. @SaraMarieBrown @MITSloan @ScottGraffius

8/11 Stanford’s AI4ALL program mentors new generation of diverse leaders in artificial intelligence. The summer program, operated by Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, introduces the theory and application of AI to students, many from underrepresented backgrounds in AI, across the world. @StanfordDaily @katherineblee @Paula_Piccard

8/11 AI Wrote Better Phishing Emails Than Humans in a Recent Test. Researchers found that tools like OpenAI’s GPT-3 helped craft devilishly effective spearphishing messages. @lilyhnewman @WIRED

8/10 AI bias is prevalent but preventable — here’s how to root it out. The success of any AI application is intrinsically tied to its training data. You don’t just need the right data quality and the right data volume; you also have to proactively ensure your AI engineers are not passing their own latent biases on to their creations. @VentureBeat @chidambara09 @nordicinst

8/9 The pros and cons of artificial intelligence – Artificial intelligence (AI) is a wide-ranging branch of computer science concerned with building smart machines capable of performing tasks that typically require human intelligence. The use of AI is gradually growing all over the world and it has both advantages and disadvantages that one should be aware of. @analyticsinme @Analyticsindiam

8/7 Belarusian sprinter used Google Translate to get help from Japanese cops. I used it in Venice, Italy to make sure my boat would get to the train station on time. @FonrougeGab

8/6 How to Get the Most Out of Your Meditation App – The brain’s default mode is set to mind-wandering. Your meditation app can bring you back into the now. @ashley_lauretta @WIRED

8/5 How to Give an Outstanding Online Presentation – Engage your audience with these online presentation tips that the pros use. @STERLINGKEN @Inc @ScottGraffius @SterlingKen

8/4 How To Make Ethical Use Of AI In The Hiring Process – Global corporate investments in AI are projected to double to around $110 billion over the next two years. One of the main areas of application for organizational AI is recruitment. @drtcp @Forbes @TamaraMcCleary

8/3 Bipedal Robot Makes History by Learning to Run. Cassie the robot, invented at Oregon State University and produced by OSU spinout company Agility Robotics, has made history by traversing 5 kilometers, completing the route in just over 53 minutes. @ELETimes @chidambara09 @CoastData

8/2 Top Six Artificial Intelligence Documentaries – Looking for some Artificial Intelligence Documentaries to watch? Well, here is a list of some documentaries that you must watch. @analyticsinme @chidambara09 @attacksolutions

8/1/2021 Will AI Make Interpreters and Sign Language Obsolete? Artificial intelligence is changing how we view language— and how we’re making it more accessible. @JennAndBeyond @IntEngineering @ILoveBooks786 @UnfoldLabs

7/30 Research shows AI is often biased. Here’s how to make algorithms work for all of us. @Nicochan33 @TheAdityaPatro @iamagbolade @wef

7/29 AI: The New Teacher’s Pet – Throw out the chalk and blackboards, because there’s a new player in the world of education. @TJ3rd_ @OXY @bimedotcom @tobiaskintzel @enilev @EvaSmartAI @BetaMoroney @tlloydjones

7/28 Pinkcast 4.11. This is how to write emails people won’t ignore. Daniel Pink gives great periodic advice via short videos. Seach this blog for summaries of several of his fine books. @DanielPink @ericadhawan

7/27 Five IoT Trends To Watch In 2021 – Over the past few years, we have seen the IoT and its boundless potential take off. With a pandemic fueled 2020, digital transformation accelerated rapidly, and with increased connectivity. @danielnewmanUV @forbes @mvollmer1 @ipfconline1 @danielnewmanUV

7/27 Researchers use AI to predict the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Artificial intelligence could be used to predict who is at risk of developing type 2 diabetes – information that could be used to improve the lives of millions. @LauraCRosella @VinyasHarish @UofT_dlsph @thp_hospital @icesOntario @PopHlthAnalytic

7/26 How AI Will Help Keep Time at the Tokyo Olympics. Omega, the official timekeeper of the Games, is now using computer vision and motion sensors for events like swimming, gymnastics, and beach volleyball. @jeremywired @WiredUK

7/25 How to Think about Data, Data Science, and Time Series – Data is measurements of the world. We can capture data in many ways; we can capture data about different people’s characteristics at one point in time, collecting a sample from a population. @DimosAnagnosto3 @ILoveBooks786 @RichardEudes

7/24 Twitter is testing ‘downvote’ and ‘upvote’ buttons. Twitter is testing a Reddit-style feature that allows users to “downvote” and “upvote” replies, the company said Wednesday. @theo_wayt

7/24 The Freshwater Access Game – Aquation is a free iOS, Android, and web game offered by the Smithsonian Science Education Center. The game, designed for students in upper elementary school or middle school, teaches students about the distribution of clean water and what can be done to balance global water. @SmithsonianScie @rmbyrne

7/22 How China’s Hacking Entered a Reckless New Phase = The country’s hackers have gotten far more aggressive since 2015, when the Ministry of State Security largely took over the country’s cyberespionage. @a_greenberg @WIRED

7/19 The Emerging Paths Of Quantum Computing – The world of computing has witnessed seismic advancements since the invention of the electronic calculator in the 1960s. The past few years in information processing have been especially transformational. @ChuckDBrooks @forbes

7/18 Liquid metal sensors and AI could help prosthetic hands to ‘feel.’ To enable a more natural feeling prosthetic hand interface, researchers from Florida Atlantic University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science and collaborators are the first to incorporate stretchable tactile sensors using liquid metal. @ggfauresearch @techxplore_com @mvollmer1 @Shi4Tech @efipm

7/17 Five ways AI is doing good in the world right now – With AI adoption on the rise, the technology is addressing a number of global challenges. @wef @Paula_Piccard

7/16 Twitter is shutting down Fleets, its expiring tweets feature. Say goodbye to Fleets, the row of fullscreen tweets at the top of the Twitter timeline that expire after 24 hours. The ephemeral tweet format is shutting down due to low usage after launching widely just eight months ago. @alexeheath @verge

7/16 Turn any text into audio with Speechify’s AI-powered listening assistant. Speechify for Chrome makes it easy to listen to any text on the internet from Gmail, Google Docs, Wikipedia, Online Courses, PDFs, and nearly everywhere else you find yourself reading. @Speechify_audio

7/15 Artificial Intelligence and Anesthesiology: New Tool for Better Accuracy. The use of AI in medical imaging continues to expand, and a new tool can help anesthesiologists deliver quicker and more accurate care. @WendyMcMahon @HealthTechMag @Paula_Piccard

7/14 Selfie School Day 2 – how to take picturesque portraits. To continue watching all 5 videos in Selfie School, gain access to all of the other training, join this community group where you can ask questions and get answers, plus get a free Instagram critique exclusively for Inner Circle members. @JonathanTilley5

7/13 Does Your Video Need a Better Soundtrack? Ask an AI to Write One. A new music creation plug-in uses machine intelligence to compose songs on the fly that match the visual tone and rhythm of creators’ videos. @pwhall @wired

7/12 Why AI is Struggling to Detect Hate Speech – All major social media networks use AI algorithms to moderate online content. But while AI shows promise in detecting some type of content, it is hard-pressed when it comes to spotting hate speech. @bendee983 @bdtechtalks @TechFinancials @HarbRimah @Ronald_vanLoon

7/11 An AI monitor that aims to take care of our elderly relatives – Sensi.AI harnesses AI-powered audio analysis to monitor daily routine, environment and well-being without compromising privacy. @israel21c @chidambara09 @SpirosMargaris

7/9 Twitter now lets iOS users easily share tweets as Instagram Stories. The feature works using the iOS share sheet: just tap the share icon underneath any tweet, and select “Instagram Stories” from the list of apps. @JonPorty @verge

7/9 How AI Is Changing The Real Estate Landscape – Artificial intelligence is disrupting the global real estate industry. Most of the high-end realtors are now incorporating data pipelines and algorithms into their decision-making process, and the results are telling. @Analyticsindiam @mlamons1

7/8 A Global Smart-City Competition Highlights China’s Rise in AI. Chinese entrants swept all five categories, featuring technologies to improve civic life. But the advances could also be tools for surveillance. @kharijohnson @wired

7/7 This AI Helps Police Monitor Social Media. Does It Go Too Far? Law enforcement officials say the tool can help them combat misinformation. Civil liberties advocates say it can be used for mass surveillance. @sidneyfussell @WIRED

7/6 Is AI A Good Judge Of Cause & Effect? @Analyticsindiam @yudapearl @HarbRimah

7/4 Laptops for 3D Animators: How to Choose the Right One. The configuration must be powerful as the applications required for the job are very demanding like Blender, Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3DS Max, Adobe Illustrator, etc. Here are a few laptop options to choose from for beginners to experts. Note that prices are in Indian Rupees which are 74.6 to the US dollar today (7/4/2021) @CIOL_NEWS @dhinakaranrajan @anilchop @tgeorgeCMR @srs14295

7/3 Using A.I. to Find Bias in A.I – The problem of bias in artificial intelligence is facing increasing scrutiny from regulators and is a growing business for start-ups and tech stalwarts. @lizjosullivan @nytimes @joemckendrick @itsArthurAI @StopSpyingNY @BanKillerRobots

7/2/2021 Using artificial intelligence to overcome mental health stigma – Researchers from the University of Tsukuba find that artificial intelligence can predict depression. @EurekAlert @UofTsukuba @chidambara09 @TrendingNews_7

6/30 Four ways AI can help us enter a new age of cybersecurity – AI has so far helped companies that are struggling to create safe and contagion-free work environments by setting up on-demand online labor forces. @indredex @CUJOAI @chidambara09 @GTeleservices

9/29 Four ways AI can help us enter a new age of cybersecurity – AI is helping companies recover from the pandemic more efficiently. @indredex @wef @chidambara09 @GTeleservices

6/27 Recommendations to Learn Mathematics for Machine Learning – Here is a compilation of books, videos, and papers to get you started. @elastic @bexxmodd @Eli_Krumova @Sheraj99

6/26 Ten surprising things that rely on artificial intelligence – Artificial intelligence (AI) played a key role in developing COVID-19 vaccines. But you may not realize how many day-to-day things rely on it. @wef @DouglasBroom @bexxmodd

6/25 Top Six Artificial Intelligence Documentaries – Looking for some Artificial Intelligence Documentaries to watch? Well, here is a list of some documentaries that you must watch. @analyticsinme @chidambara09 @attacksolutions

6/25 85+ Awesome Apps that Integrate with Google Classroom – Check out this list of more than 85 Awesome Apps that Integrate with Google Classroom. @ShakeUpLearning

6/22 The Keyword Search Activity That Teaches Critical Thinking – But search engines like Google are powerful and often essential resources, and students of all ages can build skills that help them navigate these spaces. A good place to start is by modeling good search behavior. @ClassTechTips @EdSurge

6/21 Is AI The Answer To Recruiting Effectiveness? Finding quality talent to fill important roles is almost always named one of the top challenges faced by CEOs. @Forbes @Nicochan33 @Shi4Tech @Xbond49 @DeepLearn007 @jblefevre60

6/20 The wrong way to email someone for career advice — and the right way to do it. Discover powerful insights to navigate challenges and help you take control of your professional life with Zig Zag, Manoush Zomorodi’s business podcast. @manoushz @NPR @TEDRadioHour @ZigZagPod

6/18 63 Things Every Student Should Know In A Digital World – How many are addressed at your school? @terryheickedu @TeachThought

6/17 Here Come the Virtual Academies. School districts are launching “virtual academies” this fall that are expected to outlast the pandemic, offering an arrangement for students who prefer to learn at home, at their own pace, and with less structure and more independence than many traditional school experiences provide. @ByEmilyTate @EdSurge

6/16 Will Quantum Computing Supercharge Artificial Intelligence? Imagine if we could simply train an AI to look at the data coming from the quantum machine, figure out what makes sense and what is probably wrong without human intervention. @LabGuys @Nextgov @bexxmodd @MFordFuture

6/15 World order is going to be rocked by AI – this is how. Artificial Intelligence could radically reshape geopolitics, according to a new report. Smaller economies that have talent in abundance and excel at research could start to challenge larger ones. China’s centralized AI strategy means it will likely dominate the AI world. @wef @TechNews25 @HaroldSinnott

6/15 The Advantages of the Industrial IoT – Industrial Internet of Things doesn’t replace, but works together with automation, human-machine interface (HMI), MES, ERP, enterprise manufacturing intelligence (EMI), and analytics, adding benefits. @ControlEngTips @johneclemons @bexxmodd @chidambara09

6/14 AI vs. Machine Learning: Their Differences and Impacts – AI is here, and here to stay. And particularly at the enterprise level, a growing number of companies are tuning in to the productivity and promise of machines that can think for themselves. @sgosselin @bexxmodd @Paula_Piccard

6/12 IoT and Blockchain: The Future of Smart Cities. The first smart cities are already being created, and soon, every one of us can be called smart citizens. @iotforall @chidambara09 @CioAmaro

6/11 How to Clean Up Your Old Social Media Posts – These tips will help you safely tidy up your Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts—or give your profile a fresh start. @davidnield @WIRED

6/10 Keeping a closer eye on seabirds with drones and artificial intelligence Technology revolutionizes monitoring the health and size of remote seabird colonies. @dioptrica @DukeMarineLab @MarineUAS @DukeU @EurekAlert

6/10 Apps and Tools To Support And Improve Teacher-Parent Communication – Apps and technology are secondary in terms of design, but once that curriculum–and those learning models–are in place to really benefit from close parent-teacher communication, then apps like the following can come in handy. @TeachThought

6/9 All the Top Features Coming to Your iPhone This Fall – Apple just previewed iOS 15, the latest version of its mobile operating system. Here’s what’s new. @JulianChokkattu @WIRED

6/9 Google Hopes AI Can Turn Search Into a Conversation. The tech giant wants its core product to infer meaning from human language, answer multipart questions—and look more like Google Assistant sounds. @kharijohnson @WIRED @PawlowskiMario @globaliqx

6/8 Moving Companies Near Me – If you or someone you know needs to make a move, this site will connect you with the right people. @SekaMoving

6/7 How to Protect Your Files From Ransomware – It’s a growing threat for individual users and businesses alike—but there are ways to protect yourself. @davidnield @WIRED

6/6 The Biggest Wearable Technology Trends In 2021 – Features designed to help us monitor our health and stay safe will remain a top priority for developers of wearable technology during 2021. @BernardMarr @Forbes @mvollmer1 @GlenGilmore @ipfconline1

6/5 The future of elder care is here – and it’s artificial intelligence. Computers are increasingly guiding decisions about elder care – and tracking everything from toilet visits to whether someone has bathed. @ZoeCorbyn @guardian @pettet50 @Shi4Tech @jblefevre60

6/4 The potential of artificial intelligence to bring equity in health care – Nearly 1,400 joined the AI for Health Care Equity Conference that explored new AI technologies as a platform for change. @MIT_SCC

6/3 Young STEM Student Uses Artificial Intelligence To Help Emerging Nations. In emerging markets, many health and economic problems are related to access to clean water and sanitation infrastructure. This causes issues related to hygiene, pollution, agriculture, diseases, food, and education. ISEF competitor Arya Tschand, 17, from Marlboro, New Jersey, has seen these problems first hand. @Forbes @bexxmodd

6/2 Teaching with Jamboard – It’s engaging, flexible, and a great way to collaborate–that’s the number one feature! @ShakeUpLearning @The_Tech_Lady

6/1/2021 How Can You Minimize Your Online Footprint – You’ve most probably shopped for an item online and then been served up ads for every possible variation of that item for days or weeks thereafter. @EffectGroupOS @hackernoon

6/1/2021 Is AI making us lazy? Some believe automation is making us work-shy, but others believe the benefits outweigh the potential risks. @CarlyPage_ @ITPro @bexxmodd @digital_trans4m

6/1/2021 Six Easy Ways to Make Your Own Memes – Your idea is destined to go viral. These sites and apps can help. @davidnield @WIRED @canva @imgur @imgflip

5/31 Three Ways You Can Surf Anonymously – When you are using the internet, do you know how much sensitive data is getting leaked? When we use the internet, our browser leaks sensitive information such as your IP address, your geological coordinates, your internet service provider, and much more. Shocking isn’t it? @jhankar_mahbub @Programming1Pro

5/30 How AI and machine learning help fight the COVID-19 battle – It is hard to imagine fighting a global pandemic without technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). @VentureBeat @vatsalghiya @HarbRimah

5/29 A simple model of the brain provides new directions for AI research. Our growing understanding of information-processing mechanisms in the brain might help create algorithms that are more robust in understanding and engaging in conversations. @bendee983 @bdtechtalks @YvesMulkers @SpirosMargaris

5/29 We owe it to our kids to put an age limit on social media. For societies with long histories of protecting children with laws and regulations, isn’t it surprising that nothing is being done to similarly shield them from the various and proven dangers of social media? @BenjaminPring @TechCrunch @TrippBraden

5/28 Inside the NSA’s Secret Tool for Mapping Your Social Network – Edward Snowden revealed the agency’s phone-record tracking program. But thanks to “precomputed contact chaining,” that database was much more powerful than anyone knew. @bartongellman @WIRED

5/28 America’s massive ransomware problem, explained – A cybercriminal only has to be lucky once, while a defender has to be lucky every minute of every day. @ImJacobCohen @TheHustle @hubspot

5/27 Social Media Hacking – What is Phishing? The aim of this article is to make you aware of how this works in real life so that you prevent yourself and your friends from this hack. That means, this is for educational purposes only, and be ethical. @jhankar_mahbub @Programming1Pro @bexxmodd

5/27 Five Main Roles of Artificial Intelligence in Education – Whether it’s digital marketing or real estate, AI has revolutionized just about every sector and the education sector is not an exception. @FENews @chidambara09 @nordicinst

5/26 Pinkcast 4.10. This is how to do better by giving, not getting, advice. Try this will people you know. @katy_milkman @DanielPink @Wharton @ChangeBCFG

5/25 Have Your Mind Blown By This Comprehensive Explanation For How Bluetooth Works. This is an excellent science lesson for middle school and up. @BranchES2012

5/24 Don’t Fear Artificial General Intelligence. AGI systems share in common with humans the ability to reason; to process visual, auditory, and other input; and to use it to adapt to their environments in a wide variety of settings. @sshwartz

5/24 Can artificial intelligence save the British model of education? A leading UK educationalist, Sir Anthony Seldon, has written that teachers in the country are overwhelmed by the administrative demands of classrooms that are too big. It is an “inherently flawed” model that, he argues, artificial intelligence can help upend. @priyalakhani @layla_maghribi @TheNationalNews @bexxmodd @LoveBritishArt

5/22 114 Milestones In The History Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – You can listen to this article too. It’s 32 minutes so consider adding to your exercise audio. @GilPress @Forbes @chidambara09 @Paula_Piccard

5/21 Million-dollar deposits and friends in high places: how we applied for a job with a ransomware gang. During an undercover interview, a CyberNews researcher tricked ransomware operators affiliated with Ragnar Locker into revealing their ransom payout structure, cash-out schemes, and target acquisition strategies. @CyberNews

5/20 Andrew Ng thinks your company is doing AI wrong. The former head of Google Brain says organizations should start smaller, not larger. @JoePWilliams31 @AndrewYNg @protocol

5/19 Everything Google Announced Today: Android, AI, Holograms. The annual Google IO developer conference kicked off with a two-hour keynote filled with announcements. Here are the highlights. @Android @Google @WIRED

5/18 How the Internet of Things is revolutionizing business – The Internet of Things is about to undergo a revolution. Over the past two decades, we’ve seen IoT tech evolve from a possibility to a novelty, to an established tool that plays a vital role in industry, infrastructure, and logistics. @WIRED @CioAmaro @chidambara09

5/17 Five Reasons to Install Learn It 2 Earn It on Child’s Device – Not only does it block your child’s access to browsing web content, but it also disables the apps installed on the device until your child has earned screen time. @icsfblog

5/15 Hackers Are Having a Field Day With AirTags. Just two weeks after their release, several hackers and security researchers are tearing Apple’s AirTags apart and finding some issues with them. @lorenzofb @VICE

5/14 How to detect bias in existing AI algorithms – While enterprises can’t eliminate bias from their data, they can significantly reduce bias by establishing a governance framework and employing more diverse employees. @kath0134 @TTBusinessTech @Cognilytica @bexxmodd @nigewillson

5/13 Five Keys to Success in Hybrid Learning – Continuing to plan for remote learning is a good way to support students during transitions between distance and hybrid learning. @JulianaFinegan @edutopia

5/12 Twitter Rolls Out Larger Image Display in Timelines to All Users on Android and iOS. After testing it out over the last couple of months, Twitter is now rolling out its new tweet image display format. @adhutchinson @socialmedia2day @KeithKeller @socialmedia2day

5/11 Five ways to text from your laptop – Misplace or break your phone? No cell signal? Have no fear. You can still text away with a computer via WiFi. @realkrauswife @KeithKeller @mashable

5/10 The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Accelerated During the Pandemic. It’s Here to Stay. Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming population health, making proactive care more feasible and processes more efficient than ever before. @arieli @Entrepreneur

5/10 Want To Send A Mean Tweet? Twitter’s New Feature Wants You To Think Again. When a not-very-nice tweet is detected, an automatic prompt reads, “Want to review this before Tweeting?” The user is presented with three choices: tweet, edit, or delete. @jaclynmdiaz @NPR

5/9 How Artificial Intelligence will Affect the Future of Work and Life? What is the benefit of AI? Here are several ways it can impact the future of your work and life. @analyticsinme

5/8 How to Turn Your Smartphone Into a Webcam – Using your phone (old or new) as a camera for your Zoom meetings is an easy and affordable way to be visibly present if you don’t have a webcam on your laptop or PC. @JulianChokkattu @WIRED

5/8 Ten surprising things that rely on artificial intelligence – Artificial intelligence (AI) played a key role in developing COVID-19 vaccines, but you may not realize how many day-to-day things rely on it.

5/7 Fifteen Moments that Defined the History of Artificial intelligence – The emergence of artificial intelligence can be dated as far back as seventy years ago when humans started conceiving the idea of computers having the cognitive capacity to function, in the area of everyday interaction. @asifrazzaq1988 @MARKTECHPOST @bexxmodd @ipfconline1

5/5 IBM now helps stop Malaria spread with AI. AI models predict water body formation and mosquito growth. You biology students should know about this. @IBMWatson @TrippBraden @the @MariaFariello1

5/5 Ten Best Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy for 2021 – If you are thinking about investing in AI give this a read. @musmankabir @Yahoo @bexxmodd @IainLJBrown

5/4 How to Create Your Own Happiness at Work – Not many people think of happiness in conjunction with their work—studies have found that only about 13 percent are happy at work. If you’re not among that minority, you need to learn what works for you and how to create your own happiness. @LollyDaskal

5/4 Ford’s Ever-Smarter Robots Are Speeding Up the Assembly Line. A transmission factory shows how artificial intelligence may creep into industrial processes in gradual and often imperceptible ways. @willknight @wired @SymbioRobotics @Ford

5/3 Want to Start a Podcast or Livestream? Here’s the Gear You Need. There is no reason why your students (children) can’t be doing podcasts or even livestreams. @pwhall @wired

5/3 Visualizing the Social Media Universe in 2020 – Despite the list of headwinds social media has faced, about half of the world is now on it—and there seems to be no end in sight for future growth. @VisualCap @VipulaSharma1 @kalydeoo @jblefevre60 @chboursin

5/1/2021 Filters That Invert Your Face Are Everywhere. Here’s Why It Looks So Weird. TikTok and Zoom allow us to reverse the mirr

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