Tag: learning

How to Use Machine Learning for SEO Competitor Research

With the ever-increasing appetite of SEO professionals to learn Python, there’s never been a better or more exciting time to take advantage of machine learning’s (ML) capabilities and apply these to SEO.

This is especially true in your competitor research.

In this column, you’ll learn how machine learning helps address common challenges in SEO competitor research, how to set up and train your ML model, how to automate your analysis, and more.

Let’s do this!

Why We Need Machine Learning in SEO Competitor Research

Most if not all SEO pros working in competitive markets will analyze the SERPs and their

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$500,000 STEM grant awarded to Citiparks, Remake Learning and Allegheny County Library Association

This article first appeared in Kidsburgh.org, a media partner of NEXTpittsburgh that focuses on making Pittsburgh a better place to raise kids.  

Lots of kids can master computer games, but how many can create or even modify one? That’s one goal of exposing young people to computer science and computational thinking that several organizations in Pittsburgh are working to achieve.

Remake Learning, the Allegheny County Library Association and Citiparks are sharing a $500,000 PASmart Advancing Grant from the state Department of Education to expand access to computer science and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education. State officials

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A California program spent millions on devices for distance learning. Here’s where it went

Photo: Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/Polaris

Cameron Guidry, a 4th grade student, is focused during his online class on Sept. 3 from his social distanced desk at the Delano Recreation Center in Los Angeles.

For the first time ever, the vast majority of California families say their kids have personal computing devices that they can use for school. But even after a year of distance learning, thousands of

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3 universities awarded grants to build computer science learning hubs

Rutgers University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Kean University were each given grants of approximately $265,000 in an effort to create computer science learning hubs throughout New Jersey, the state announced Tuesday.

The Expanding Access to Computer Science: Professional Learning Grants will help provide high-quality professional learning for educators and resources for school districts to increase computer science opportunities for students. The grants — which are funded through the Fiscal Year 2021 Appropriations Act — also will help the three universities build partnerships with stakeholders to promote the growth of computer science education.

The grants support the vision in Gov.

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Governor Murphy Announces New Jersey Department of Education Grants to Create Computer Science Learning Hubs Throughout State

TRENTON – Building on his Computer Science for All initiative, Governor Phil Murphy today announced that three universities will receive grants from the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) to create computer science learning hubs throughout the state.

The Expanding Access to Computer Science: Professional Learning Grants will help Fairleigh Dickinson University, Kean University, and Rutgers University in New Brunswick create hubs that will provide high-quality professional learning for educators and resources for school districts to increase computer science opportunities for students. The grants—which are funded through the Fiscal Year 2021 Appropriations Act—will also help the three universities build partnerships

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Orange and Ericsson boost digital learning to upskill local talents in Jordan

Orange Jordan and Ericsson have partnered to boost online learning and develop digital skills of students in Jordan through Ericsson Educate, a digital learning program that aims to upskill university students to increase their readiness for jobs in the telecom and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sectors.

Ericsson Educate program includes different learning paths, customized to the educational needs and maturity level of the target audience, and can be accessed free of charge. Students will have access to interactive courses on 5G networks, Internet of Things (IoT), data science, automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

Orange Jordan will

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