December 2019 Archives

Facial recognition technology is often significantly more likely to misidentify people of color, according to a new report.


Artificial Intelligence is being cited as the next big teaching tool, and new area of study for students. But it may also make life easier for Information Technology departments.


A proposal in Ontario to require students to take two online courses before high school graduation has drawn objections from a teachers' union in the province.


Learning math from a virtual character who children have a strong connection with can boost math skills, a new Georgetown University study finds.


One of the authors of the updated standards says they reflect the growing importance of digital accessibility and student engagement in online courses.


The social media platform says it's trying to prevent children from seeing adult content, but some critics are skeptical the new policy will be effective.


Young technology enthusiasts from around the world will spend all day Saturday learning new skills and creating innovative projects as part of Local Hack Day: Build.


The Gilbert Unified School District in Arizona is involving counselors, social workers, and teachers in its digital citizenship initiative, using a newly designed curriculum from Common Sense Media.


Babies as young as 12 months are exposed to nearly an hour a day of screen time, despite warnings from pediatricians to avoid digital media exposure for children under a year and a half, according to a new analysis.


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