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AI News Monday, April 2 Artificial intelligence, People, Drone technology & more…

By Brian


AI News TLDR / Table of Contents

  • Emmanuel Macron Talks to About France’s AI Strategy
    • In an interview with WIRED, French President Emmanuel Macron describes his plans to enhance the country’s AI efforts—and differentiate them from those in the US.
    • artificial intelligence, people, AI, collective preferences, time
  • Creative Uses Of Drone By Europe’s Utility Companies
    • The number of utility companies in the United States is creating value with drone technology. On the other hand, Europe has also been able to use the UAV’s in faster, cheaper and safer completion of…
    • drone technology, United States, work completion, utility companies, vital components
  • Self-Paced Learning: How One Teacher Does It
    • How do you run a differentiated classroom, where each student is working on separate tasks at different speeds? See how one teacher manages a self-paced class.
    • students, self-paced learning, learning target, ,

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  • Innovation that artificial intelligence brings into healthcare systems can totally change things: with new ways to treat people, to prevent various diseases, and a waynot to replace the doctorsbut to reduce the potential risk.
  • The second field is probably mobility: we have some great French companies and also a lot of US companies performing in this sector.
  • But youre right at the same time: AI will raise a lot of issues in ethics, in politics, it will question our democracy and our collective preferences.
  • This can be a very profitable business model: this data can be used to better treat people, it can be used to monitor patients, but it can also be sold to an insurer that will have intelligence on you and your medical risks, and could get a lot of money…
  • If we want to defend our way to deal with privacy, our collective preference for individual freedom versus technological progress, integrity of human beings and human DNA, if you want to manage your own choice of society, your choice of civilization, you have to be able to be an acting…

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Creative Uses Of Drone By Europe’s Utility Companies

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  • Creative Uses Of Drone By Europes Utility CompaniesThe number of utility companies in the United States is creating value with drone technology.
  • One of the companies named ENGIE used the drone technology to inspect vital components in power plants.
  • With the usage of drones in the inspection the risk have been reduced plus the work completion have become much faster.
  • Drones are not only restricted to the safety and inspection, plus it has also helped to create quantified forecasts providing a much better concept of the degradation in the particular area.
  • More frequent inspections in the combination with 3D images have helped us making predictions about the degradation were seeing, says Marc Eyckmans, Knowledge, Innovation and Digital Manager at ENGIE.

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Self-Paced Learning: How One Teacher Does It

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  • At the session, Franklin, KY, middle school math teacher Natalie McCutchen showed us how she has converted her pre-algebra class to a completely self-paced system, where students work on different skills at their own pace, and how shes gradually introducing self-paced learning in her other math classes as well.
  • Itincludes each learning target, the pre-test question or questions that align with that target, the lessons students should watch or read to learn about that target, the practice problems that match up with that target, and the assessment question or questions for that target.
  • If this student missed question 2 on the pre-test, she shoulddo Lesson 2.4 on pages 102-104 and may need to do Skills Practice 2.4 on pages 403-406 in preparation for the assessment for that learning target, which is item 2a on page 38.
  • Students have access to the answers for all of the practice questions, so Natalie does not need to check these; its up to the student to do the practice problems, then self-check them to see if theyre getting the skill down.
  • Step 3: Create the Chapter Guide – – Following the model shown above, set up a guide that shows which assessment question aligns with each learning target, then lists book or video lessons students can follow to learn each skill, exercises that will give students independent practice with theskill, and…

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