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What Skills Do Google, Pinterest, and Twitter Employees Think Kids Need To Succeed? | E... - 1 views

    "In today's day and age, Google, Twitter and Pinterest are three of the largest employers in the United States and internationally. Are students gaining the skills that one might need to eventually apply to one of those tech giants, if they chose to do so? In the year 2017, what hard and soft skills should students be developing in order to succeed in the 21st century workplace? What about in the year 2020? 2050?

    Let's stick with the "now," for a moment. In a recent interview, EdSurge explored which skill sets lead to career success for students-but we didn't talk to anyone in K-12 or higher education. In fact, we interviewed three individuals-Alexandrea Alphonso, Ryan Greenberg, and Trisha Quan-from each of those aforementioned tech companies.

    While the thoughts and feelings of each of the folks we interviewed do not represent the opinions of their employers, each of these technology leaders offered their thoughts in this exclusive Q&A on equity and access, areas that formal education didn't prepare them for, and their advice for teachers working to prepare students for an ever-changing workplace."
John Evans

Google Launches New AIY Artificial Intelligence Kits | All3DP - 3 views

    "Those itching to get to grips with neural networks are in luck: Google offshoot AIY Projects has recently revamped its Voice and Vision Kits. These project-in-a-pack kits give you all you need to build an intelligent speaker or camera."
John Evans

DuckDuckGo vs. Google: The Best Search Engine for You - 0 views

    "Over the years, Google has left its humble origins behind to become one of the largest companies in the world, offering a wide range of devices and services.

    To keep those services free, Google records data about you and uses it to display targeted advertising-their main source of revenue. As the debate around online privacy ramps up, many people are looking for an alternative.

    Fortunately, DuckDuckGo might be the privacy-focused search engine you've been looking for."
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