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20 ressources pour apprendre aux enfants à PROGRAMMER et CODER

20 ressources pour apprendre aux enfants à PROGRAMMER et CODER | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it
                N'est-il pas étonnant de voir un bébé prendre une tablette et s'en servir? Ils savent comment faire marcher des outils technologiques de plus en plus tôt et les enfants absorbent les informations super vite. Ainsi, ils peuvent apprendre des langages (parlés ou codés) en l'espace de quelques mois. Et vous avez peut-être envie (ou bien l'idée vient même d'eux-mêmes) qu'ils apprennent à coder et programmer pour faire des petits jeux rigolos et exercer leur logique. La technologie f

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Kurzweil : "A supercomputer to map the cosmos

Kurzweil : "A supercomputer to map the cosmos | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it

 

 

A new petascale supercomputer built to study the universe is one of the fastest calculating machines in the world, and certainly the fastest of its kind. The supercomputer is part of ALMA, a new radio telescope that is claimed to be “largest ground-based astronomical project in existence”. The ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array) radio telescope is a collection of 66 high-precision antennas…

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> Alma Radio Telescope : http://bit.ly/W33ktl
> Wiki/Llano de Chajnantor Observatory : http://bit.ly/10DQXSZ

 


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SAVING Human Knowledge at 800 Pages an Hour

SAVING Human Knowledge at 800 Pages an Hour | Machines Pensantes | Scoop.it
Inside the Internet Archive's book scanning centre.


On the top floor of the Wellcome Library, 12 people sit in the darkness of blackout blinds, illuminated by the white LEDs of a scanning machine.

This is the Euston Scan Centre, currently home to a team from the Internet Archive. They are part of an ambitious project to digitise the 19th century book collections of 10 UK libraries relating to the topic of medicine. They each aim to scan 800 pages an hour. They‘ve scanned over 2.5 million since they started with a full staff in October, and will have done 16-17 million by 2016.


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