Influencers use social media to sell everything from cosmetics to shapewear to travel destinations. Now, students at the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management are teaming up with tech company, Tabit Technologies, to bring that technology and other marketing strategies into the on-campus dining experience at the FIU Bistro on the Biscayne Bay Campus.

In the era of COVID-19, restaurants are using technology in their operations. Online ordering, self-service kiosks, voice assistant technology and even robot chefs and servers are now being used by businesses around the world.

Tabit debuted last month at the Wine Spectator Restaurant Management

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Tennessee’s largest school district goes back to class in one week.

Shelby County Schools (SCS) returns next Monday, August 9. SCS dished out back-to-school information, including important COVID-19 protocol updates for parents and students Monday night during a virtual town hall.

SCS will require all students and staff to mask up while inside the school building or on the bus. Social distancing will be observed where possible. Hand washing and using hand sanitizer are both strongly recommended. SCS will have bottled water filling stations. All schools will be provided PPE. All areas will be cleaned and

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Demand is high for acceptance into the computer science (CSC) program at NC State. On May 25, David Parish, assistant dean in the College of Engineering, wrote in an email that the number of CSC major applicants was almost double the available number of seats. But that demand has come at a cost — the department only accepted 75 out of 107 applicants attempting to CODA into the CSC major. This is almost double the number of applicants in fall 2020, where 50 out of 68 applicants were accepted into the CSC major. 

The College of Engineering first adopted

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The Jharkhand Police Department has decided to help poor students out during these unexpected times of the pandemic. The police department has built a bank of used mobiles and laptops for distribution among poor students who are using them to continue their studies during the pandemic restrictions.

Moved by tales of students leaving their studies and some even attempting suicide for want of mobiles and laptops for online classes, Jharkhand Director General of Police (DGP), Neeraj Sinha came up with this idea.

The intention behind this is to bridge the digital divide between students of different financial backgrounds by asking

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Jharkhand Police has turned good Samaritan by building up a bank of used mobiles and laptops for distribution among poor students who are using them to continue their studies during the pandemic restrictions.

Moved by tales of students leaving their studies and some even attempting suicides for want of mobiles and laptops for online classes, Jharkhand Director General of Police (DGP), Neeraj Sinha came up with the idea to bridge the digital divide by asking all Superintendents of Police to set up a ‘Mobile and Laptop Bank’ in all police stations under the states community policing scheme.

In Jharkhand’s remote

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Last summer as the pandemic raged, Rock Bridge High School students Zihao Zhou and Yogev Angelovici began their project of online tutoring in computer coding for younger students.

Both are 16.

“We thought it was a good time, because everyone was already online anyway,” said Zihao, a rising senior.

“Everybody felt there was a lack of opportunity,” said Yogev, a rising junior.

“A lot of younger students didn’t have anything to do last summer,” Zihao said.

Since then, they and other volunteer tutors have helped more than 100 younger students learn computer coding.

They operate the Midwest chapter of Codivate,

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