Apple is Not Learning From its Mistake: 3 iPhone Models in 2019 – CCN

  1. Apple is Not Learning From its Mistake: 3 iPhone Models in 2019  CCN
  2. Apple may debut three new iPhones in 2019: Report  Fox Business
  3. Apple Will Offer a Trio of 2019 iPhones, One with 3 Cameras (Report)  Tom’s Guide
  4. iPhone 11 tipped to have faster Wi-Fi, but 5G might have to wait  TechRadar
  5. Apple Loop: Massive iPhone Price Cuts, Tim Cook’s Big Problems, Three New iPhones Leak  Forbes
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Google used machine learning to improve the portrait mode on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL – Phone Arena

  1. Google used machine learning to improve the portrait mode on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL  Phone Arena
  2. Google details ML-powered depth-sensing improvements to Pixel 3’s Portrait Mode  9to5Google
  3. Google used this ridiculous 5-phone case to fine-tune the Pixel 3’s portrait mode  Android Police
  4. How Google’s ‘Frankenphone’ taught the Pixel 3 AI to take portrait photos  CNET
  5. Google built a rig with five Pixel 3s to improve the phone’s Portrait Mode photos  The Next Web
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Office introduces new machine learning, AI features and more for November – Windows Central

  1. Office introduces new machine learning, AI features and more for November  Windows Central
  2. Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons reflect its move to the cloud  Engadget
  3. Microsoft’s new Office icons are part of a bigger design overhaul  The Verge
  4. Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons signal big changes for the tech giant  Yahoo Finance
  5. Microsoft redesigns its Office apps icons  VentureBeat
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Asking questions, testing improves student learning of new material

Researchers know memory retrieval is beneficial for learning, but their new meta-analysis found there are limits. The research shows the frequency and difficulty of questions can reverse the effect and be detrimental to learning. It also is not enough to simply ask a question; students must respond to see a positive effect on learning.
Source: Science Daily