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08/02/2019

FRANCEWEB launches partnership network, ‘The Grid,’ to help grow urban tech ecosystem. "Media Intelligence"-> "PoissySmartCity"

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2 maini.jpgThe Grid,a member-based partnership network for urban tech community. The goal of the network is to link organizations, academia and local tech leaders in order to promote collaboration and the sharing of knowledge and resources.

In addition to connecting member companies and talent, The Grid will host various events, educational programs and co-innovation projects, while hopefully improving access to investors as well as pilot program opportunities. The Grid is launching with more than 30 member organizations — approved through an application and screening process — across various stages and sectors.

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Where can you find the knowledge to expand your Internet experience ?

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Media Intelligence uses data mining and data science to analyze public social and editorial media content. It refers to marketing systems that synthesize billions of online conversations into relevant information that allow organizations to measure and manage content performance, understand trends, and drive communications and business strategy.

Media intelligence can include software as a service using big data terminology.[1] This includes questions about messaging efficiency, share of voice, audience geographical distribution, message amplification, influencer strategy, journalist outreach, creative resonance, and competitor performance in all these areas.

Media intelligence differs from business intelligence in that it uses and analyzes data outside company firewalls. Examples of that data are user-generated content on social media sites, blogs, comment fields, and wikis etc. It may also include other public data sources like press releases, news, blogs, legal filings, reviews and job postings.

Media Intelligence may also include competitive intelligence, wherein information that is gathered from publicly available sources such as social media, press releases, and news announcements are used to better understand the strategies and tactics being deployed by competing businesses.

Media Intelligence is enhanced by means of emerging technologies like semantic tagging, Natural Language Processing, sentiment analysis and machine translation.

Technologies used

Different media intelligence platforms use different technologies for monitoring, curating content, engaging with content, data analysis and measurement of communications and marketing campaign success. These technology providers, such as BuzzCovery Meltwater, Synoptos, Radian 6, or Sysomos may obtain content by scraping content directly from websites or by connecting to the API provided by social media or other content platforms that are created for 3rd party developers to develop their own applications and services that access data. Facebook's Graph API is one such API that social media monitoring solution products would connect to pull data from.[2] Technology companies may also get data from a data reseller, such as DataSift (acquired by Meltwater), Gnip (acquired by ), LexisNexis, or Dow Jones/Factiva.

Some social media monitoring and analytics companies use calls to data providers each time an end-user develops a query. Others archive and index social media posts to provide end users with on-demand access to historical data and enable methodologies and technologies leveraging network and relational data. Additional monitoring companies use crawlers and spidering technology to find keyword references, known as semantic analysis or natural language processing. Basic implementation involves curating data from social media on a large scale and analyzing the results to make sense out of it.[3]

References

  1. De, Shaunak; Maity, Abhishek; Goel, Vritti; Shitole, Sanjay; Bhattacharya, Avik (2017). "Predicting the popularity of instagram posts for a lifestyle magazine using deep learning". 2nd IEEE International Conference on Communication Systems, Computing and IT Applications (CSCITA): 174-177. doi:10.1109/CSCITA.2017.8066548.
 

26/01/2019

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Yousuf Caires, Vice President, Expo Live, Expo 2020 Dubai, said: "The goal of Expo Live is to connect minds for a purpose – to unleash our collective ingenuity to address big problems that face us all, and to do so in a way that leaves a lasting impact for the UAE and beyond.

"Through the Innovation Challenge Programme we want to demonstrate what connecting minds looks and feels like and to empower and enable people to tackle the problems that matter to them.

"We believe that innovation can come from anywhere, to everyone. Ingenuity is a common trait in all of us. Yet sometimes an incentive is needed to awaken our creativity and innovativeness. We hope the Innovation Challenge Programme will be this extra stimulus and cultivate an innovative mind-set and spirit in the UAE."

Expo 2020 Dubai’s Expo Live programme has an allocation of USD 100 million to back projects that offer creative solutions to pressing challenges that impact people’s lives, or help preserve the world – or both. Organisers are looking for projects that would not reach their full potential without its support.

The Innovation Challenge Programme will complement two existing programmes of Expo Live: the Innovation Impact Grant Programme that funds solutions from around the world focusing on entrepreneurs and start-ups; and the University Innovation Programme, launched last month, that helps university students in the UAE turn their ideas into reality.

Yousuf Caires added: "We see innovation as the relentless commitment to solving a problem worth solving for humankind. We are convinced that so much more can be achieved by bringing minds together and through enabling meaningful conversations.

"We are counting on ordinary people to achieve extraordinary things."

World Expos, which trace their origins back to the 1851 Great Exhibition in London, have always celebrated the latest in innovation and technology, from the x-ray machine to television and the Eiffel Tower.

Expo Live aims to stimulate innovation that has a social benefit by supporting projects with funding, business guidance and promotion. Successful applicants will also have the chance to showcase their work to many millions of visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai.

 

21/01/2019

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Jeannette Wing’s influential article on computational thinking 6 years ago argued for adding this new competency to every child’s analytical ability as a vital ingredient of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning. What is computational thinking? Why did this article resonate with so many and serve as a rallying cry for educators, education researchers, and policy makers? How have they interpreted Wing’s definition, and what advances have been made since Wing’s article was published? This article frames the current state of discourse on computational thinking in K–12 education by examining mostly recently published academic literature that uses Wing’s article as a springboard, identifies gaps in research, and articulates priorities for future inquiries.

Jeannette M. Wing, née le 4 décembre 1956, est professeur d'informatique à l'Université Carnegie-Mellon. Elle est directrice du département d'informatique. Elle a reçu son Bachelor et son Master au Massachusetts Institute of Technology en 1979, puis son PhD en 1983, toujours au MIT. Wikipédia

Computational thinking and media & information literacy: An integrated approach to teaching twenty-first century skills

Abstract

Developing students’ 21st century skills, including creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving, has been a prevailing concern in our globalized and hyper-connected society. One of the key components for students to accomplish this is to take part in today’s participatory culture, which involves becoming creators of knowledge rather than being passive consumers of information. The advancement and accessibility of computing technologies has the potential to engage students in this process. Drawing from the recent publication of two educational frameworks in the fields of computational thinking and media & information literacy and from their practical applications, this article proposes an integrated approach to develop students’ 21st century skills that supports educators’ integration of 21st century skills in the classroom.

Computational Thinking.pdf

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Keywords

Computational thinking Consilience Media & information literacy Participatory culture Scratch Twenty-first century skills 

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