After her son Colby experienced seizures and was diagnosed with a number of health problems, Aisha Williams contacted Families Helping Families NOLA, a resource center for people with disabilities and their families.
The nonprofit operates in Orleans, Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes, ensuring that people with disabilities are included in school, work and recreational activities, and experience the highest quality of life possible.
With the organization’s help, Williams was able to navigate the next steps of her son’s life. She also landed a job there as a transition specialist. That was nearly 11 years ago. Now, Williams is the executive director and the driving force behind a new program that teaches computer programming to people with autism.
She was once again inspired by Colby, 22, along with her two other sons — Marlin, 17, and Tristan, 13.
“My three boys are all on the autism spectrum. However, they love video
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Often, it wasn’t until something was actually built that designers could see if it actually worked as they had intended.
Advances in technologies, such as modelling and computer-aided design, helped creators get closer to reality with their designs, but an extensive testing and redesign phase was required for prototypes to pick up any issues before production began.
This could be a lengthy process, holding up advances in technology or technique for years until flaws were ironed out.
But the United States Air Force and the aircraft manufacturer Boeing have just changed the game completely, designing and testing a new jet trainer aircraft to operational level using just computer modelling and simulation.
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SEOUL, Nov. 9 (UPI) — In South Korea, one of the most digitally connected societies in the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the growth of contactless technology in everyday life. But one group is finding itself struggling in a fast-changing world of communications apps, fast food-ordering kiosks and robot waiters: senior citizens.
The Seoul city government is trying to help bridge the digital divide with a new program that uses specially designed robots to teach seniors how to use smartphones and touchscreen kiosks. The program, which will teach 3,000 participants over the next three months at 17 facilities, launched last week.
“Our goal is closing the digital gap between young people and seniors,” said Shin Eun-kyong, business outreach manager of the Seoul Digital Foundation, the city agency that is running the program in conjunction with five local district governments.
“There are many mobile devices, kiosks and digital devices these
Early Saturday morning, November 7, 2020 – “Biden Wins!” After days of agony waiting for final ballots to be counted, the race for the President of the United States is called, by one network, then another, then another, then all of them. Cheering and people rejoicing in New York City could be heard through open windows, as people breathed a sigh of collective relief. The thunderstorm is over; a ray of sunlight broke through. And a rainbow marks the beginning of better days ahead, as we rebuild kindness and decency towards every fellow human.
Tom Denford jokingly suggested in a tweet “Super excited to learn “5 things marketers can take from Biden’s victory” on Monday morning. I could not wait till Monday, so I wrote it today. Indeed marketers could learn some things from Biden’s victory, perhaps 5, perhaps more. Here are the five that come to my mind, having
CHICAGO — For years, Alex Bolanos has taught computer basics to senior citizens in a classroom setting. But last spring while transitioning to remote learning, he went above and beyond make sure his students were cared for both in and outside of the classroom.
Alex Bolanos is one of Chicago’s Very Own.
Teaching a beginner computer class is hard enough, but Bolanos recalls doing it remotely is problematic.
“The big challenge was the students that knew nothing about computers they have zero knowledge of computers,” he said.
A computer literacy instructor with St. Josephs Services in Chicago, Bolanos has spent the last three years bringing his students up to speed with the use of modern technology.
“I teach the most basic computer from the most basic, starting from hardware software, after that we going to learning about the internet,” he said.
STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education and robotic programming training have been proposed for curricula from the primary to high education level.
The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) is collecting opinions on the draft about a project on training skills and human resources for digital transformation by 2025 with a vision until 2030.
Under the draft, short-term and full-time long-term training modes are proposed.
It is expected that by 2025, 80 percent of central cities and provinces would build digital transformation networks for at least 70 percent of their communes or wards, while at least 10,000 workers at state agencies would be required to undergo short-term training on digital transformation and digital skills.
The project sets the goal of having 60 percent of university graduates tested in basic information technology and digital transformation skills.
Sixty percent of teachers at education establishments must be trained in digital skills, STEM/STEAM/STEAME
San Jose, CA, Nov. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Andes Technology Corporation (TWSE: 6533), a leading supplier of high efficiency, low-power 32/64-bit RISC-V processor cores and founding Premier member of RISC-V International will make six presentations at the virtual RISC-V Summit from December 8 to 10, 2020.
Andes CTO and Executive VP, Charlie Hong-Men Su, will give an overview and update on “Andes RISC-V Processor IP Solutions.” Andes Senior Director of Architecture Div., Chuan-Hua Chang, will present “AndesClarity: a Performance & Bottleneck Analyzer for RISC-V Vector Processors.” Paul Ku, Deputy Technical Director of Architecture Div., will introduce “Building a Secure Platform with the Enhanced IOPMP.”
The SoC industry has seen fast-growing and diversified demands for a wide range of RISC-V based products: from tiny low-power MCUs for consumer devices, to chips powering enterprise-grade products and datacenter servers; from one power-efficient core to a thousand GHz+ cores working cohesively. Charlie Su