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    1. LEO Wins Company Of The Year at the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards

      LEO Wins Company Of The Year at the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards

      LEO is proud to have been named Learning Technologies Company Of The Year - UK in the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards, with the judges praising LEO’s commitment to delighting clients and providing exceptional learning experiences based on market-leading creativity and quality. Awarding Gold to LEO at the prestigious industry ceremony, the Learning Technologies judges said LEO’s work “scores on every level” and was “very compelling”.

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    2. Atomico just released its third ‘state of European tech’ report and it holds some surprises

      Atomico just released its third ‘state of European tech’ report and it holds some surprises

      Atomico, the 11-year-old European venture firm, has released the third edition of its State of European Tech report in an effort to shine a light on what’s happening in Europe, and it’s full of interesting data, beginning with the fact that 2017 has been a record year for Europe, with more than $19 billion invested in regional startups, a huge jump from last year, when $14. 5…

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    3. AWS releases SageMaker to make it easier to build and deploy machine learning models

      Cloud services are designed to take away a lot of the complexity associated with managing a particular process, whether that’s software or infrastructure. Today, machine learning is quickly gaining traction with developers, and AWS wants to help remove some of the obstacles associated with building and deploying machine learning models. To that end, the company announced Amazon SageMaker,…

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    4. Facebook drops fee on donations, will match $50M/year, adds Mentor feature

      Facebook drops fee on donations, will match $50M/year, adds Mentor feature

      Facebook has always been about friends, but now it’s seeking a broader purpose. So today, Facebook is lending a hand with what it does best: social connections, APIs, and money. At its first Facebook Social Good Forum conference in New York City, the social network just unveiled a slew of new philanthropy-minded features and initiatives. Mark Zuckerberg started the event with a…

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    5. Mozilla’s open source voice recognition tool nears human-like accuracy

      Mozilla’s open source voice recognition tool nears human-like accuracy

      Mozilla has released an open source voice recognition tool that it says is “close to human level performance,” and free for developers to plug into their projects. The free-software company also on Wednesday released a first set of crowdsourced recordings under its Common Voice project, designed to let anyone train and test machine learning algorithms to …

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    6. Which Gets You Further At Work: Effort Or Talent?

      Which Gets You Further At Work: Effort Or Talent?

      Most of us have no trouble admitting that some people are more talented than others, yet we believe everyone can work hard. Not quite, says one psychologist.

      Twenty years after McKinsey researchers declared a “war for talent” under way, organizations and leaders appear to be more talent-obsessed than ever. There are endless conferences, books, and C-level roles all geared toward mastering the mysteries of talent: finding it, attracting it, rewarding it, developing it, and of course retaining it.

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    7. Four Career Lessons I Learned From 14 Months Of Improv Classes

      Four Career Lessons I Learned From 14 Months Of Improv Classes

      One marketer discovers how improv techniques can do much more than just make you a better speaker.

      Improv techniques have been used for years to help corporate types get over their onstage jitters. As a marketer, I’ve always felt pretty comfortable with public speaking, but I decided to challenge myself anyway–and see what the hype’s all about–and enrolled in some improv classes with Improv Asylum here in Boston.

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    8. Algorithmia now helps businesses manage and deploy their machine learning models

      Algorithmia started out as an online marketplace for — can you guess it? — algorithms. Many of these algorithms that developers offered on the service focused on machine learning (think face detection, sentiment analysis, etc.). Today, with the boom in ML/AI, that’s obviously a big draw and Algorithmia is now taking its next step in this direction with the launch of a new…

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    9. Duolingo can now help you learn Chinese

      Duolingo can now help you learn Chinese

      Earlier this year, Duolingo launched its Japanese course, which marked the first time the popular language learning service offered support for an Asian language. Since then, it’s also launched support for Korean and starting today, you can use the services mobile and web apps to learn Chinese (or, to be more precise, Modern Standard Mandarin), too. The company notes that a Chinese…

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    10. How 15-Minute Boredom Sessions Can Help You Manage Stress and Emotions

      How 15-Minute Boredom Sessions Can Help You Manage Stress and Emotions

      If you want to know the state of a nation, we generally look no further than online. A proper portrait, that does not yield. Look, instead, at the line in front of you, waiting for a cappuccino or to pay for groceries. Look into the cars surrounding you at a red light. Look around anywhere in the public space, except at your phone. Then you’ll get a sense of where our heads are at.

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    11. This Silicon Valley Therapist’s Tips For Coping With Startup Stress

      This Silicon Valley Therapist’s Tips For Coping With Startup Stress

      Every founder experiences peaks and valleys, but sometimes the low points are easy to write off as less consequential than they really are.

      I had Spanish tapas at my fingertips. Close friends within walking distance. It was summer and the sun was shining in Madrid. There were all the makings of a summer of bliss for me, but I wasn’t feeling happy. I would walk down Gran Via fighting back tears. I wanted to hide in my bedroom instead of exploring the beautiful El Retiro Park.

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