Author: scviscom148

The Endurance Sport of Science.

Last weekend during our STEM classes at Pacific Rim, two restless middle schoolers demanded to know how far we are, from having a vaccine for CoVID. They said they were bored, tired of being at home, and then they heard on the news that we can’t really return to normal till there’s a vaccine — so they just had to […]

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AI – made in our image

The scene of this article, is with children in one of our weekend classes at Pacific Rim Robotics. When kids join us for the first time, we ask them what do robots mean to them. Friends ? helpers ? the Terminator ? And why they would like to study robotics and AI. We get all […]

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Diamonds in the Rough

Skilling an entire generation — for a world evolving at an exponential pace — is the “grand challenge” of our times. Compounding this challenge is the widening gap between “low resource” and “high resource” environments. The “poor of skill” get poorer — so to speak — in absence of infrastructure, trainers, and exposure to opportunities. […]

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The Endurance Sport of Science

Last weekend during our STEM classes at Pacific Rim, two restless middle schoolers demanded to know how far we are, from having a vaccine for CoVID. They said they were bored, tired of being at home, and then they heard on the news that we can’t really return to normal till there’s a vaccine — so they just had to […]

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