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PISA for machine learners

Publicado en OLDaily el 25/11/2021

Ben Williamson, Code Acts in Education, Nov 25, 2021
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Quite a good summary and discussion of the OECD's new program on assessing the capacities of artificial intelligence (AI) with an eye both to assessing those capacities in the future and thereby identifying where human skills will be needed, as documented in its...

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Mark Dow, Language Log, Nov 25, 2021
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This is a fascinating investigation. The idea is that we can track human development of a theory of mind (that is, the way we infer to other people's thoughts and feelings) through their development of tools. "Imitating, linking another's procedure to their goal, means using a theory of...

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Emily Bamforth, EdScoop, Nov 24, 2021
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I think we'll see more of this. "The new space is an extension of the university's desire to provide more flexible work arrangements for its employees." I've seen similar things in the past, most notably the University of Alberta's...

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Yet Analytics, Nov 24, 2021
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This is from Yet Analytics, which is in the process of developing its Learning Record Store (LRS) as open source software. This post explains "n relatively non-technical terms how the TLA's xAPI data flow works - the use case is in linking an immersive learning environment with a competency assertion system." It's very non-technical (and thus suitable for management...

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June Holley, Brendon Johnson, Network Weaver, Nov 23, 2021
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this post dovetails nicely with another one in this issue of OLDaily, and sandwiched between them are various considerations on evidence and policy. Here's the argument here: "current...

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Chris Coyier, CSS Tricks, Nov 23, 2021
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I wonder how most educational institutions would respond to this stance: "We should stop stop tracking users because it’s wrong." Are there any educational institutions who do not track their users (aka students)? It's all just turned off by default. Chris Coyier notes,...

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Danielle Carr, Psyche, Nov 23, 2021
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Danielle Carr writes, "It’s true that fMRI is a valid scientific tool with manifold research uses illuminating what happens in the brain. It’s also true that deciding what fMRI images mean is fraught with multiple moments of contingency and interpretation." This is true for...

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Sergio De Simone, InfoQ, Nov 23, 2021
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Twitter has officially launched its v2 API. Significantly, Twitter "removed a number of restrictions from its Developer Policy to make it easier for developers to create new Twitter-based solutions, including moderation, customization, curation, and so on." If you intend to build a...

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