~ The Best Business Book ~ The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone Remember when we went to restaurants and walked down the street without staring at our smartphones? How did the iPhone transform our world and turn Apple into the most valuable company ever? Veteran technology journalist Brian Merchant reveals the inside story you won't hear from Cupertino - based on his exclusive interviews with the engineers, inventors, and developers who guided every stage of the iPhone's creation. This deep dive takes you from inside One Infinite Loop to 19th century France to WWII America, from the driest place on earth to a Kenyan pit of toxic e-waste, and even deep inside Shenzhen's notorious "suicide factories". It's a firsthand look at how the cutting-edge tech that makes the world work - touch screens, motion trackers, and even AI - made their way into our pockets.
VISUAL PERCEPTION IM SPIELSPORT Die Athletenausbildungsabteilung von RAWO ist noch relativ frisch. Umso mehr sind wir aufgeregt, wenn in den nächsten Jahren weitere, skillstechnisch vollausgestattete Athleten die Ligen dieser Welt stürmen und uns einiges an Echtzeit Feedback zurückgeben. Einige Kernpunkte, die für uns im Bereich des dynamischen Sehens von Bedeutung sind: Maßnahmen der Aufmerksamkeit und visuellen Wahrnehmung sollten im Fechterauswahlverfahren verwendet werden.
Bei der Entwicklung von technischen Fähigkeiten für Fechter, sollten Variablen im Zusammenhang mit visuellen Wahrnehmung konzentriert werden auf.
Interne und externe Aufmerksamkeit sollte bei den Fechtern wegen der Bedeutung dieser Fähigkeiten im Wettbewerb entwickelt werden.
Ausbildungsprogramme und Skilltraining sollten genutzt werden, um Dimensionen der Aufmerksamkeit und visuellen Wahrnehmung entsprechend ihrer relativen Bedeutung zu entwickeln. #Arhletiktraining#Vienna#Skills#Development#Data#Science#Compassion
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As a 16 year old Gen Zer, I think that USA Today's article, "More Teens Choose Homework Over Work", has many flaws. Who's going to give up three months of freedom from tests, homework, and stress just to have more of it? Very few people my age are genuinely passionate enough about their education to do so (only a few of my friends are). As for the girls cited in this article, one is headed to Harvard in the fall and the other is taking FOUR AP classes! That's crazy! The majority of Gen Zers would way rather be hanging out by the beach or going to the movies than going to summer school. The only reasons someone would be doing so is because one, their parents are forcing them to do it, or two, for their resume. The college application process is so incredibly competitive for my generation, therefore many kids my age try to do whatever it takes to set themselves apart to admissions departments. I really don't think many teens are going to summer school or getting jobs just because they feel like it. However, I do agree with the fact that it is much more difficult for us to find jobs. In the article it says that 43% of teens had a job last summer as opposed to 72% in 1978. Obviously this is true, but it's not because we're choosing summer school over work, it's because employers aren't hiring Gen Zers due to the increase in minimum wage. Instead, they're hiring older, more experienced workers who will work full time. By the way, I'm doing an internship with @WeRGenZ this summer and learning in a new and different environment. Follow me at @quinnmckennaa •
#Data scientists mostly just do arithmetic and that’s a good thing
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Hi, I’m Noah. I work at Basecamp. Sometimes I’m called a “data scientist.” Mostly, I just do arithmeti .. Read the full story on 7wData.be