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Kaggle , a San Francisco-based startup that hosts data science competitions, has uncovered some disconcerting insights about human behavior in its two-year run. At times, its founders have been surprised by the accuracy of an algorithm, and the
AS a professor and a parent, I have long dreamed of finding a software program that helps every student learn to write well. It would serve as a kind of tireless instructor, flagging grammatical, punctuation or word-use problems, but also showing the
Imagine a school where every child gets instant, personalized writing help for a fraction of the cost of hiring a human teacher and where a computer, not a person, grades a student's essays...Some schools around the country are already using computer
Apr 5, 2012 02:55 American high school students are terrible writers, and one education reform group thinks it has an answer: robots. Or, more accurately, robo-readers computers programmed to scan student essays and spit out a grade.
American high school students are terrible writers, and one education reform group thinks it has an answer: robots...The theory is that teachers would assign more writing if they didn't have to read it...That sounds logical to Mark Shermis, dean of