Monthly Archives: September 2016

Big Data, AI, and Machine (Selectionist) Learning: A Stroll Through the Thinking of Advanced Program Design

I must admit some reluctance when I was approached about writing a blog post for the Technology SIG. My first reaction was that I had little to contribute beyond what has been already written on the blog and elsewhere. In education, there are many useful articles that distinguish between technologies of tools and technologies of […]

Behavior Science, Technology, and Health – How Pokémon Go Caught ’em All

by Triton Ong & Nick Green Avoid added salt and sugar. Easy on the alcohol. Get better sleep. Wear sunscreen. Exercise. We see the headlines and study findings. We hear the advice of medical experts. We have constant opportunities to engage in health-promoting behavior. Yet, so many of us continue with less-than-ideal habits. Although the […]