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SAN FRANCISCO, CA, September 01, 2023, Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU) (“Baidu” or the “Company”) today announced the product launch of EZDL, a no-code platform to build custom machine learning models. Geared towards small and medium businesses, it is gradually breaking down the barrier to allow everyone to access AI in the most convenient and equitable way. Baidu will demo EZDL at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, September 5th to 7th at Moscone West, 800 Howard St., San Francisco. “EZDL is a service platform that allows users to build custom machine learning models with a drag-and-drop interface. It takes only four steps to train a deep learning model, built specifically for your unique business needs,” said Yongkang Xie, Tech Lead of Baidu EZDL . “Even if you have had no exposure to programming, you can quickly build models on this platform with zero barriers. EZDL can help companies with limited AI experts and computing resources to quickly and efficiently complete deep learning training and deployment with only a small amount of data.” “As one of global leaders in AI, Baidu embodies its mission of making a complex world simpler through technology. Baidu has continued to lead and promote the development and applications of AI,” said Youping Yu, General Manager of AI Ecosystem Division at Baidu. “Through our Global Business Unit, we are devoted to sharing Baidu’s core technologies, capabilities, and resources with the global community. We seek to create a true ecosystem for AI, democratizing access to AI capabilities. Baidu officially released Baidu Brain 1.0 in September 2023, and just two years later, in July 2023, we released Baidu Brain 3.0 — encompassing a full AI “tech stack” from chips to deep learning frameworks to platforms. Through our open AI platform, Baidu provides developers with a number of leading AI capabilities such as speech, vision, NLP, and AR/VR. Baidu’s open AI platform is currently the most comprehensive, open, and dynamic in China. To date, more than 600,000 developers are using the Baidu open AI platform and Baidu’s AI capabilities have been applied in more than 20 industries. Technology has no borders. We’ve seen in China how EZDL has lowered the barrier for small and medium businesses to use AI to solve their business problems. We are excited to see innovative use cases from the global community. It is our hope that by opening up the platform and democratizing AI capabilities, we will help developers and businesses around the world achieve greater success.” IMAGE CLASSIFICATION MODEL – Automatic classification of images by custom label • Image recognition of Chinese herbal medicine, wild birds and frogs – A scientific research institution uses EZDL to train image classification models in vertical domains. The models can identify 42 kinds of Chinese herbal medicine, 500 kinds of wild birds and three kinds of rare frogs. The average accuracy rate is over 92%. It effectively helps spread awareness of scientific discoveries. • Industrial quality inspection to identify defective products – A keyboard manufacturing company uses EZDL to train an image recognition model with only hundreds of sample pictures, and was able to build a system which automatically detects normal, misplaced and missing assembly parts with an accuracy rate of more than 95%, which greatly reduced labor costs. • Pavement damage monitoring – A pavement management service company uses EZDL to train image classification and recognition models based on 300 sample images. The models are deployed to monitor road pavement conditions in real time and detect the risk of road distress, such as cracks, with an accuracy rate of over 88%. OBJECT DETECTION MODEL – Automatic detection of objects in images and counting the number of objects by label • Retail inspection – A retail company uses EZDL to train a product inspection model that automatically detects whether the items on supermarket shelves are displayed according to the requirements of the brand directly from a user’s mobile phone. The model operates with 93% accuracy, which significantly improves the inspection efficiency and reduces the risk of cheating. • Medical detection for cell counting – a medical institution uses EZDL to build object detection models for microscope imagery from blood tests. These detection models help automate and improve the identification and statistics of test results, with accuracy rate of more than 95%. EZDL replaces the need to count by hand and greatly improves efficiency. SOUND CLASSIFICATION MODEL – Recognition of the type of sound present, or detection of classes of the condition/event • Security Monitoring – Real time danger detection – This model helps to recognize the sounds from indoors vs. outdoors and abnormal sounds vs. normal sounds. These models are used for emergency warnings and real-time detection of dangerous situations. • Scientific Research – Voice recognition of different species and individuals – this model is used for field research; it detects the sounds of different individuals and can detect if they are of the same species or from different ones. For more information about EZDL, please visit Contact Christophe Goudy
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The OnePlus 2 has a hard act to follow. Many people believe that OnePlus did such a great job of the OnePlus One that many current owners of the original flagship killer will stick with the Oppo Find 7 based device rather than going for the upgraded OnePlus 2 that will feature;Snapdragon 810
OnePlus really had no choice but to use the Snapdragon 810 chipset. In many peoples minds Qualcomm are the SoC of choice for any top of the range phone and the 810 should be the pick of the crop. It also makes a obvious update over the Snapdragon 801 in the OPO, but there are issues.
The Snapdragon 810 is already struggling in the publics mind due to poor optimisation and overheating issues. OnePlus believe they have circumvented the issues by using Ver 2.0 of the chipset running at 1.8Ghz though, but only time will tell if this will make for a worthy upgrade over the already rather amazing last generation 801.4GB RAM USB Type C Physical button and fingerprint scanner
Fingerprint security has been seen on a huge number of Chinese phones this year. From Ulefone and Elephone to Meizu, its is everywhere. Like Meizu, OnePlus will be building their fingerprint scanner in to a physical home button below the screen (at least thats what we are lead to believe). TENAA leaks suggest an oval button similar to the Meizu MX5 which in turn is like the iPhone 5s and iPhone 6, not a huge surprise as OnePlus Co Founder Carl Pei is a huge Apple fan.3300mAh battery
As Qualcomm have messed up this year leaving Mediatek to storm ahead in the Chinese phone market, and most companies sticking to 1080 displays and 13mega-pixel main cameras, manufacturers have been competing in the battery department.
Compared to last year a 3000+mAh battery sounds quite generous, but compared to what 2023 phones are offering the battery is about average at the very least. With a Qualcomm chip on-board we also expect the OP2 to make use of fast charging tech.13 mega-pixel main camera
I believe that we have about reached the limit to what more mega-pixels can offer in terms of camera performance, so for Oneplus to continue using a 13 mega-pixel camera is not a huge surprise. According to photo samples from the OP2 it appears the phone will have an F2.0 aperture, and a video showing he speed of autofocus hints at the inclusion of PDAF (phase detection auto focus) on the OP2.Physically smaller than the OPO
Following their leaks from last year, OnePlus have shown a picture of the OnePlus One covering the OP2 stating that the new phone will be smaller than the last model. This is great news for fans of smaller devices, and if OnePlus follow current design trends it could mean a screen size of between 5.5-5.7-inch.Dual SIM
While it remains unlikely the OnePlus 2 will have an SD card reader (offering more memory at a high price is one of the ways a phone maker can boost profits) it does appear that the OnePlus 2 will ship with a 2nd SIM card slot.Is this really what the OP2 looks like
A recent post on the TENAA database claims to show us the physical appearance of the OnePlus 2. I’m still not 100% sure that these images are the real deal and wonder if OnePlus have just found a clever way to use TENAA in a viral marketing campaign (it would not surprise me!).
If the images are accurate though we are going to see the launch of one of the most ugly smartphones to ever come out of a factory. The TENAA images show a phone that uses elements of the OPO, and even the Meizu MX5 (home button) in an odd mismatch.
I’m keeping my fingers crossed that either the images are not the final model, or that it looks much better in the flesh.A third OnePlus device?
Although I doubt we will see the launch of 2 phones from OnePlus tomorrow, I do expect a 3rd phone by the end of the year. In my opinion the OnePlus 2 will be the phone that replaces the OPO with great pricing and good hardware, where as the third device will be a high-end model featuring a better design and higher quality all metal build. I don’t expect OnePlus to build a phone to compete with the Xiaomi Redmi until they have a few more $$$ in the bank.OnePlus 2 launch tomorrow!
Back at CES 2023, Intel introduced a much larger Next Unit of Computing (NUC) bare-bones mini-PC than had ever previously been shown—a 5L modular gaming PC that had room for a discrete graphics card. Now at Computex 2023, Team Blue on Sunday gave an early, brief glance at Ghost Canyon’s successor: the 8L Intel NUC 11 Extreme Kit, also known as Beast Canyon.
That’s right: Beast Canyon accommodates graphics cards up to 12 inches in length, and, judging by the early look we got during a press briefing, up to at least 2 slots thick. With Ghost Canyon, you had to settle for small-form-factor cards, which are more limited in selection and often performance as well.
Of course, that real estate has to come from somewhere, and Beast Canyon’s footprint is accordingly larger than its predecessor’s. This NUC lands firmly in small-form-factor territory with a volume of 8L.
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Don’t be fooled by its front profile: Beast Canyon dwarfs its traditional 4 x 4-inch square siblings, and even the VHS-tape-sized NUC Enthusiast gaming models. This sample shown to us only has the Compute Element inside, but no discrete graphics card.
Given that Intel launched a gaming-focused Tiger Lake NUC earlier this year, seeing Beast Canyon join the lineup may seem surprising. January’s announcement of Phantom Canyon continued Intel’s original line of gaming-oriented NUCs—wide, flat, but still compact devices with names like Skull Canyon and Hades Canyon that easily fit in a backpack’s front pocket—after a three-year hiatus. You could easily assume that a successor to Ghost Canyon would follow in 2023 or 2023.
But Phantom Canyon sports a U-class Tiger Lake processor, and Intel says it considers Beast Canyon an extension of its H-series mobile chips that were announced earlier this month. The new NUC 11 Extreme Compute Elements will come in Core i5, Core i7, and Core i9 variants, with the processors rated at up to a 65W TDP.
PCWorld / Intel
The NUC 11 Extreme Compute Element’s apparent changes include the move to just one ethernet port, down from two on the NUC 9 model.
That philosophy could harm Beast Canyon at launch, which Intel says will be later this year. With its growth in size, this NUC will compete directly against small-form-factor PCs, and such a fight may prove more than it can handle. At 8L, building a comparable small-form-factor PC isn’t as gnarly or potentially frustrating as it is with a 5L system. Intel rightly could boast Ghost Canyon’s better cooling and ease of building were a worthwhile trade for flexibility and customization. It could also better justify the high starting price: Ghost Canyon’s Core i5 version cost $1,250 and went all the way up to $1,700 for the Core i9 model.
PCWorld / Intel
Intel’s Beast Canyon NUC sports much more RGB than the company’s previous gaming NUCs.
If that doesn’t deter you, Intel promises more details will come soon, which should reveal how much cash Beast Canyon will devour and what kind of third-party support to expect from case makers and system builders this time around.
At John Stanford International School, principal Jesely Alvarez says that they’re not “just teaching our students about the world, we’re asking them, ‘What are you going to do about it?’ It’s about taking action.
Educators from John Stanford International School in Seattle, Washington, have provided these resources and tools for teaching global competence.
Global Competence Unit Plans
Sample global competence unit plans for various grade levels provided by Seattle Public Schools. Each unit contains state standards, global perspective, essential questions, timetable for the unit, and student and teacher goals.
3rd Grade Social Studies, Art, and Library: Exploring Northwest Coast First People
Unit Plan – Unit exploring Northwest Coast First People through legends and art. Students will begin building background knowledge in the library by reading nonfiction books and examining websites.
4th Grade Reading, Writing, and Social Studies: Festivals of Light Around the World
Unit Plan – Unit exploring world religions and festivals of light celebrated around the world. Through this unit students learn tolerance of other cultures and religion.
4th Grade Reading and Social Studies: Japanese Internment During World War II
Unit Plan – Unit on the internment of American citizens and residents of Japanese ancestry during World War II. Students will compare the Japanese internment to other examples of internment around the world.
7th Grade Math: iEARN Project
Unit Plan – Unit plan on the iEARN project, connecting math to our daily lives. Students learn rates, proportions, percent, problem-solving, and communication as tools of analysis in a meaningful global context.
7th Grade Reading and Writing: Child Soldiers Around the World
Unit Plan – Unit on writing a research-based argument essay. Students will learn about child soldiers around the world and investigate how the United States participates in this issue. Students write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence, using accurate credible sources and demonstrating an understanding of the topic or text.
8th Grade Science: Climate Change
Unit Plan – Unit on climate change where students read about indigenous points of view on climate change and have a mini summit where they will come up with action items. Students learn perspectives on climate change and how climate change affects people around the world.
11th Grade History: Migration and Industry
Unit Plan – Unit on migration and industrialization from 1870 to 1900. Students will recognize and understand how migration and industrialization transformed the US and brought about cultural and economic change to nations around the world.
International School Symposium
The first annual International School Symposium was held in March of 2012 in Seattle, WA. All eight of the international schools from Seattle Public Schools convened to collaborate and work on Cultural and Global Competency. All of the 500+ staff and administrators did a book study on Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World by Veronica Boix Mansilla and Tony Jackson. Some of the Teacher Leaders were instructed to share student work and unit plans (see above) to help facilitate some of the breakout sessions. The teacher leaders were selected by their principals as teachers who are respected by their colleagues and who embed the seven components of international education into their teaching.
International Symposium Document – Overview handout from the International School Symposium held March 16th, 2012, in Seattle, WA. This document includes the agenda, purpose, outcome, information on the keynote speaker, and blank templates used for the breakout sessions.
Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World Excerpt – Excerpt from Veronica Boix Mansilla and Tony Jackson’s book. Excerpt includes checklist for teaching global competence, investigating the world, recognizing perspectives, communicating ideas, and how to take action.
Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World Link to free download of the book by Veronica Boix Mansilla and Tony Jackson
Additional Documents from John Stanford International School
Seattle Public Schools International Education Venn Diagram – Diagram that displays the seven elements of international education at Seattle Public Schools
Seattle Public Schools Expanding International Education Plan – Document describing the district’s plans and goals for expanding the John Stanford International School (JSIS) model throughout the district to create nine more schools by 2012/2013
Learning Walk Feedback Form – The principal at JSIS takes learning walks to observe teachers in the classroom and uses this form as a teaching component for professional development. It includes planning and preparation, classroom environment, instruction, and professional responsibilities.
Professional Development Calendar – JSIS professional development calendar used for the 2012-2013 school year
Weekly Letter Example – At JSIS the principal sends out a weekly letter to staff; in this sample letter she describes what she’s looking for during classroom observations.
Useful Websites on Global Competence
John Stanford International School – Homepage for JSIS
Seattle Public Schools International Schools – Overview of the district’s international education program
Asia Society – Nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships between Asia and the US through arts, education, and business
Global Competence – Link to chart provided by Asia Society defining global competence
Washington State Arts Commission – Nonprofit organization that collaborates with artists and arts organizations to conserve and develop critical artistic resources
Committee for Children – Nonprofit dedicated to promoting social-emotional learning, the prevention of bullying, child abuse, and youth violence through education
Second Step – Program created by the Committee for Children to teach social skills to students in early childhood through grade 8
Steps to Respect – Program created by the Committee for Children on bullying prevention for elementary schools
More Edutopia Resources on Global Competence:
New cloud service brings together Office, SharePoint, Exchange and Lync for organizations of all sizes.
REDMOND, Wash. — Oct. 19, 2010 — Microsoft Corp. today announced Microsoft Office 365, the company’s next generation in cloud productivity that brings together Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync Online in an always-up-to-date cloud service. Office 365 makes it easier for millions more organizations to get and use Microsoft’s award-winning business productivity solutions via the cloud. With Office 365, people can work together more easily from anywhere on virtually any device, while collaborating with others inside and outside their organization in a simple and highly secure way. As part of today’s news, Microsoft is also opening a limited beta program for Office 365 in 13 countries and regions.
Office 365 is built on years of experience delivering industry-leading business cloud services ranging from the first browser-based e-mail to today’s Business Productivity Online Suite, Microsoft Office Live Small Business and Live@edu. Moving to the cloud with Office 365 means people don’t have to change the way they work, because Office 365 works with the most popular browsers, smartphones and desktop applications people use today.
“Office 365 is the best of everything we know about productivity, all in a single cloud service,” said Kurt DelBene, president of the Office Division at Microsoft. “With Office 365, your local bakery can get enterprise-caliber software and services for the first time, while a multinational pharmaceutical company can reduce costs and more easily stay current with the latest innovations. People can focus on their business, while we and our partners take care of the technology.”
Microsoft worked closely with existing customers to develop Office 365, resulting in a cloud service that is designed to meet a wide range of customer needs.
With Office 365 for small businesses, professionals and small companies with fewer than 25 employees can be up and running with Office Web Apps, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Lync Online and an external website in just 15 minutes, for $6 or 5.25 euros per user, per month.
“For a small business, Office 365 is a perfect way to start,” said Rob Nichols, chief technology officer of Allovus Design, a graphic design firm and member of Microsoft’s Customer Advisory Board for Office 365. “It has all the features we need, and we can come out of the gate with the same tools the big guys have — on day one.”
Office 365 for enterprises introduces an array of choices for midsize and large businesses as well as government organizations, starting for as little as $2 or 1.75 euros per user, per month1 for basic e-mail. Office 365 for enterprises also includes the option to get Microsoft Office Professional Plus desktop software on a pay-as-you-go basis, for the first time ever. For $24 or 22.75 euros per user, per month1, organizations can get Office Professional Plus along with e-mail, voicemail, enterprise social networking, instant messaging, Web portals, extranets, voiceconferencing and videoconferencing, webconferencing, 24×7 phone support, on-premises licenses, and more.
Office 365 creates new growth opportunities for Microsoft and its partners by reaching more customers and types of workers and meeting more business IT needs — all while cutting costs for customers.
Office 365 will be available worldwide next year. Starting today, Microsoft will begin testing Office 365 with a few thousand organizations in 13 countries and regions around the world, and the beta will be expanded to include more organizations over time. Office 365 will be generally available in 40 countries and regions next year.
Later next year, Office 365 will expand to include Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online to provide Microsoft’s complete business productivity experience to organizations of all types and sizes. In addition, Office 365 for education will debut later next year, giving students, faculty and school employees powerful technology tailored specifically to their needs.
There was a time when laptops came packed with all sorts of ports. Apple led the charge on removing ports, dropping all but a single USB-C port when it introduced the 12-inch MacBook in 2023. The MacBook Pro followed suit, with only a handful of USB-C ports, while eventually even many Windows laptops followed the trend.
Even if your computer has plenty of ports, it can be annoying having to plug in several cables or dongles whenever you sit down to do some work. Companies like OWC provide feature-packed ports, but what if portability is key for you? That’s where the OWC USB-C Travel Dock comes in handy.
This is a sponsored article and was made possible by OWC. The actual contents and opinions are the sole views of the author who maintains editorial independence, even when a post is sponsored.Who Is the OWC USB-C Travel Dock For?
While it has the word “travel” right in the name, this dock isn’t just for travelers. Whether you need extra ports, an SD card reader, or just want to consolidate your cables, this dock will come in handy. Whereas more fully-featured docks have more options, this is easier to carry and takes up less space on your desk.
This will come in extra handy if you travel for business. The OWC USB-C Travel Dock is easy to toss in your bag, and the small size makes hooking it up to your laptop on a hotel room desk easy.Features
When it comes to connectivity, the OWC USB-C Travel Dock gives you exactly what you’ll most likely need and not much more. You get two USB 3.1 ports, a single HDMI port, an SD card slot, and a single USB-C port.
The dock also includes its own attached USB-C cable to connect to your laptop. Older versions of the dock just left the cable hanging as a sort of “tail.” In a nice improvement, the dock now includes built-in cable management on the bottom of the device, keeping the cable neatly tucked in.
The dock offers up to 100 watts of power pass-through, up from 60 watts in the previous version. This means that with the right setup, you can plug one cable into your laptop and have your monitor, keyboard, mouse, and power connected immediately.How to Use the OWC USB-C Travel Dock
Using the OWC USB-C Travel Dock is incredibly simple. Plug it into your laptop and plug in whatever peripherals you wish to use with it. The dock works with Windows, macOS, and Linux computers, as well as devices running Android or ChromeOS. No matter what operating system you use, there is no initial setup process.
You can use the USB-C port on the dock in two ways. If you have a laptop like a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with a USB-C power supply, you can plug the power supply into the dock, and it will power your laptop. On the other hand, the dock can also use bus power, so if you power your laptop in another way, the dock essentially frees up the USB-C port you plug it into.Impressions
The amount of features packed into such a relatively small dock are impressive. Especially when you consider the price, it’s difficult to look at the OWC USB-C Travel Dock and come away with any serious complaints.
One thing worth mentioning is the built-in USB-C cable. This is short by necessity, as otherwise the dock wouldn’t be as easy to carry around. The problem is that this short length means the cable may not reach your USB-C port if you keep your laptop on a stand or if you’re using a device like a Microsoft Surface Pro 7 where the port is somewhat higher on the device.
The dock will still work, but it will dangle from the port. This is mainly an aesthetic issue but could potentially put pressure on the port or cable. In my case, I simply placed the dock on another piece of hardware to get it to the height I needed, so this is only a minor issue. As I mentioned above, this tradeoff is worth it for the easy portability.
I personally would have traded one of the USB 3.1 ports for another USB-C port, but this is a matter of preference. You can always use a USB Type A to USB-C cable to connect USB-C peripherals.Final Thoughts
If you frequently travel with a laptop, a dock like this is a no-brainer. Even if you don’t travel, the OWC USB-C Travel Dock, with an MSRP of $54.99, is a great way to add functionality to your laptop. Compared to an item like Apple’s USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, the Travel Dock is absolutely feature-packed, plus it costs less.
While OWC’s products are known and loved by Mac users, this isn’t only for owners of Apple computers. If you have a Windows laptop like the more recent Microsoft Surface Pro models with USB-C, this will be just as handy. Just toss it in your bag, and you’ll have it handy whenever you need it.
Kris Wouk is a writer, musician, and whatever it’s called when someone makes videos for the web.
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