GPT-3, Bloviator: OpenAI’s language generator has no idea what it’s talking about | MIT Technology Review

Since OpenAI first described its new AI language-generating system called GPT-3 in May, hundreds of media outlets (including MIT Technology Review) have written about the system and its capabilities. Twitter has been abuzz about its power and potential. The New York Times published an op-ed about it. Later this year, OpenAI will begin charging companies…Continue reading “GPT-3, Bloviator: OpenAI’s language generator has no idea what it’s talking about | MIT Technology Review”

Quantum Computing for the Next Generation of Computer Scientists and Researchers — Campus Technology

As a distinguished scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee, Travis Humble shares his unique perspectives on the advancement of quantum computing and its entry into higher education curricula and research. — Read on campustechnology.com/articles/2020/08/10/quantum-computing-for-the-next-generation-of-computer-scientists-and-researchers.aspx

Big and open linked data analytics: a study on changing roles and skills in the higher educational process | International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education | Full Text

The concept of openness and information sharing (linking) together with increasing amounts of data available significantly affect the current educational system. Institutions as well as other stakeholders are facing challenges how to successfully deal with them and potentially profit from them. In this regard, this paper explores opportunities of big and open linked data analyticsContinue reading “Big and open linked data analytics: a study on changing roles and skills in the higher educational process | International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education | Full Text”

MIT Develops Open Source Tool to Support Spontaneous Online Conversations — Campus Technology

Researchers at MIT’s Sloan School of Management have developed a new software platform for having private, on-the-spot conversations online. Called Minglr, the open source tool is designed to replicate the kinds of interactions people might have before and after meetings, in the lobby during breaks of conferences and around the office coffee machine, in aContinue reading “MIT Develops Open Source Tool to Support Spontaneous Online Conversations — Campus Technology”

Global Study: Three out of Four Learners Believe the Pandemic Is Revolutionizing Education, Work

/PRNewswire/ — Pearson, the world’s learning company, today released the results of its second Global Learner Survey, an annual study capturing the voice of… — Read on http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/global-study-reveals-theres-no-unplugging-from-online-learning-for-most-learners-301108637.html