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Big Christmas losers in England: Guardiola puzzled about ManCitys weakness

Jürgen Klopp gave Pep Guardiola tutoring in the specific subject of football mathematics. If he was at Manchester City, said the coach of FC Liverpool, “then I would think there are only four points behind”. from the table of the Premier League after the Christmas round the distance between the table leader of the Anfield …

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Natoma Elementary students experience STEM up close

This slideshow requires JavaScript. NATOMA — Kindergarten through fifth-grade students at Natoma Elementary School recently got hands-on experience with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics — better known by the acronym STEM. Educators in the district split up into pairs and created challenges for students to complete as they moved from room to room. Students saw …

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Kerala PSC Recruitment Notification For 71 Posts Soon

The Kerala PSC recruitment notification will be available on thulasi.psc.kerala.gov.in New Delhi:  The Kerala Public Service Commission or Kerala PSC said in a press release that a notification for 71 posts will be released soon by the state level hiring agency. The Commission said the notification will be released on January 1 in Kerala PSC …

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43 LWSD teachers achieve, renew National Board Certification

Forty-three Lake Washington School District (LWSD) teachers have achieved or renewed their National Board certification, as announced by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). Twenty-four teachers were certified for the first time and 19 teachers renewed their certification this year; certifications must be renewed every 10 years. Teachers from around the district completed …

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Limerick researcher makes quick work of three-sis

Limerick PhD student James Blackwell from Ballyneety. Photo: Sean Lydon. IT took a Limerick student just three minutes to explain the intricacies of finding brain tumours by ultrasound. James Blackwell from Ballineety was rewarded for his inventiveness when he was declared overall winner of this year’s NUI Galway’s Three-sis competition. Advertisement The fast-paced event featured three-minute …

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Yehuda Zisapel brings high-tech hopes to Arad

Yehuda Zisapel is one of Israel’s first technology entrepreneurs and among its first investors in startups. He began in 1975 with Bitcom, which later became Bynet Data Communications, and founded RAD Data Communication with his brother Zohar in 1982. The RAD group now has over 20 companies, including Radware, Radvision, Silicom, and many others. …

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U of T faculty, alumni and supporters named to Order of Canada

Two University of Toronto researchers – one a leading mathematician, the other an artificial intelligence pioneer –  have been named to the highest rank of the Order of Canada, one of the country’s highest honours.  University Professor James Arthur, in U of T’s department of mathematics, was today named a Companion of the Order for …

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Hello World, just how far should we trust machines? (Includes first-hand account)

If you have questions about where machine learning is heading, want a recap on which aspects of our lives are already impacted (computer-aided medical diagnosis is already here for instance), and what the extent of artificial intelligence making decisions, and the implications, could mean then the book Hello World is a great place to begin. …

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