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No books, no problem: Empowering Teachers with Mobile Technology

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By Jacqui Deelstra, Technology for Development Associate. From February 17 to 21, more than 500 people representing NGOs, governments, private companies and donors gathered in Paris for Mobile Learning Week—an ...

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Yoo Seung Kim's curator insight, March 28, 2014 8:57 AM

The contents of this article explain that through the use of developing technology, mobile phones can now become a source of major educational advantages - those that were previously disadvantaged may now have the chance to learn through their smartphones. Not only can they learn through student teacher interactions, but with the use of the main components of this platform, they can also ‘connect’ with other students. Also, the article mentions that these supporting companies are searching to advance the distribution of technology even further so that within the next 5-10 years to come, this form of efficient learning can be accessible even in developing countries.

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5 New Technologies That Are/Will Be Gracing The Classroom - Uloop News

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5 New Technologies That Are/Will Be Gracing The Classroom
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Technology is advancing right under our noses.
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21 Most Important Inventions of the Next 10 Years

20 Most Important Inventions of the Next 10 Years.
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Apple's next innovation: 3D gesture-based computing puts the 'post' in Post-PC

Apple's next innovation: 3D gesture-based computing puts the 'post' in Post-PC | Technology inventions which will be useful in the future | Scoop.it
Apple seems likely to continue its exploration of next-generation user interfaces, and I'm beginning to think we may see some movement toward gesture-based controls in future products, with an Apple television and iMac being obvious candidates for...

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New Technologies to Explore the Brain

With the ultimate goal of understanding the connection between brain cells, behavior and disease, neuroscientists have developed a host of new techniques to ...
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Reconstruction of man's face using 3D printer is 'major development' - The Bolton News

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Reconstruction of man's face using 3D printer is 'major development'

THE reconstruction of a badly injured motorcyclist's face with a 3D printer has been hailed a “major development” by a Bolton expert.

 


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Nathan Heath's curator insight, March 23, 2014 9:18 PM

Hailed a major development, the reconstruction of a badly injured motorcyclist’s face with a 3D printer is a breakthrough for the current 3D printing technology available.

 

3D technology produces better results for the patient. It is more accurate than a surgeon having to shape the titanium plate with a hammer. It is fantastic alternative.

 

This 3D printing technology has opened doors for other health care procedures such as the ability to create skin grafts for burns victims, whereas before skin would have had to have been taken from other parts of the body and dentistry as there will be no need for moulds.

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CIO Network: The Eight Most Important Technologies

At the CIO Network, X Prize Chairman and CEO Peter Diamandis talks about eight emerging technologies and sciences which will shape the future. Click here to ...
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Google wants self-driving cars on the road in 3-5 years, but regulators are pumping the brakes

Google wants self-driving cars on the road in 3-5 years, but regulators are pumping the brakes | Technology inventions which will be useful in the future | Scoop.it

The potential of Google's (GOOG) driverless cars is very enticing. Not only would they likely drastically reduce accident rates in the United States but they could also allow drivers to play Minecr...


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Nicholas John Whittred's comment, March 22, 2013 2:30 AM
What Google has to get under control are the liabilities of having a driverless car. They need to make sure that their software controlling the car has zero faults. This software will have to be designed for specific cars and each type of car will have to have their own custom software as to change these variables (such as horse power, model of the breaks, etc.). Which leads me to believe that Google will be releasing their own vehicle with this software or perhaps they will partner with some big name car brands.