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Activity Streams graphical model

Publicado en OLDaily el 27/01/2023

Johannes Ernst, reb00ted, Jan 27, 2023
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"All of a sudden decentralized social media soars in adoption," writes Johannes Ernst. Core to this is the ActivityPub standard, and real-world implementations that mix it with additional independently defined protocols, such as what...

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James Vincent, The Verge, Jan 27, 2023
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According to this article, "BuzzFeed says its going to use AI tools provided by ChatGPT creator OpenAI to 'enhance' and 'personalize' its content." The original article was posted in the Wall Street Journal. It's behind a paywall, but it seems to be allowing readers who access it...

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Ingrid Lunden, TechCrunch, Jan 26, 2023
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According to this article, "customers of Shutterstock's Creative Flow online design platform will now be able to create images based on text prompts, powered by OpenAI and Dall-E 2." Worthy of note is this: "Key to the feature... is that Shutterstock says the images are 'ready for...

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An Argument for Project-Based Learning

Publicado en OLDaily el 26/01/2023

Nicholas Provenzano, The Nerdy Teacher, Jan 26, 2023
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I used to love working on my 'projects' in school, and so have always had a soft spot for project-based learning (PBL). This article isn't exactly deep, but offers a light and accessible survey of reasons to support PBL in the classroom: active engagement, soft skill work...

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Maha Bali, Reflecting Allowed, Jan 26, 2023
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Here's another example of why it's so important to consider the ethics of AI. Can you imagine what the result would be if Elon Musk owned chatGPT outright, the way he owns Twitter? Would we ever see a response like this: "The Qur'an is a sacred text to Muslims and should be...

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Madeleine White, What's New in Publishing, Jan 26, 2023
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This appears to be a paid placement article in WNP sponsored by paywall company Poole and user-data company Sovrn (though it is not labeled as such). So it's not surprising to...

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Eric Schwitzgebel, The Splintered Mind, Jan 25, 2023
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I totally agree with this. "We should be dispositionalists rather than representationalists about belief," writes Eric Schwitzgebel. "According to dispositionalism, a person believes when they have the relevant pattern of behavioral, phenomenal, and cognitive dispositions...

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Moira MacDonald, University Affairs, Jan 25, 2023
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Here we read, "In an effort to revitalize its long-neglected downtown core, the Ontario city has partnered with an international business group specializing in higher education." I just want to take this moment to warn that any private enterprise, including a private...

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