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Three Uses of Artificial Intelligence in Education

By: James Herrin (Posted on November 20, 2019) Artificial intelligence and machine learning are all the rage nowadays. They have entered nearly all facets of our lives and are there to stay. Education is no exception. While the implementation of AI is yet to be perfected, many leading technological nations such as China seek to increase its presence in their ...

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11 Things You’ll Only Know If You Had A Mobile In the 90’s

In today’s modern world it seems like everyone owns a phone, each with varying degrees of quality. But it’s easy to forget how far things have come; the original iPhone didn’t exist just 12 years ago, and before the 1990’s, mobiles were a huge financial investment. It was the 90’s, though, that really brought the wonders of the affordable mobile ...

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How Much Does an App Cost

This might come out as a TLDR moment, but in reality, there’s no fixed price in developing a mobile app, it can range from being free to costing up to thousands or even millions of dollars. But the question: “How much does it cost to build an app? has been one of the most common question app developers always get ...

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Top Art Apps for Drawing Tablets

An artist makes use of an app to create digital drawings. But with so many choices of art apps out there, it is difficult to pick the most suitable one. Therefore, we have made a list of the best ones among them. Here are they: Zen Brush 2 Zen Brush 2 provides you with a smooth drawing experience with its ...

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5 Practical Ways to Use Graphing Calculators in Non-Math Classes

Undeniably, tablets and computers have significantly eased math tasks and research for students across the globe. Also popularly referred to as ‘scientific calculators,’ standard model graphing calculators are generally designed to help in graph plotting, handling simultaneous equations, among many other functions.  Nonetheless, despite this being what they are primarily used for both in math classes as well as some ...

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