For those interested in machine learning and artificial intelligence, the folks at Business Insider published an article detailing some of the current uses for that technology. Many impressive tasks such as image recognition, DNA analysis, or prediction of crop yield are now being handle by AI. Because these systems are only growing more and more present in our everyday lives, it is helpful to know what they are and how they work.
Lecture VR seeks to bring the classroom to everyone, regardless of their physical location. The Alpha release of their software represends a big step forward in integrating eduacation and virtual reality.
Find out more at immersivevreducation.com
“Join us live for an informative webinar each month on a specific Remark topic.” – Remark
If you use Remark software these webinars might just be a great idea for you. The following webinars will be offered by Remark:
- Recognition Troubleshooting Tips: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
- Form Design Best Practices: Thursday, March 23, 2017 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
- Template Creation: Wednesday April 5, 2017 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT
- Processing Forms: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT
*Each of these webinars are targeted to beginner Remark Office users.
You can visit the following website to find out more information about each webinar – Remark Webinars
Sometimes life gets in the way of being creative with your presentations, but here is a way to save time and still impress your audience. You can download various previously created PowerPoint slides and all you have to do is fill in your information. What a way to save time! Instead of spending hours creating your slides you can spend more time making sure your content is spot on. The following article gives you simple steps to downloading the slides.
Click the following link to get started – Easy Downloadable PP Slides
“Behavioral interview questions are the “Tell me about a time…” questions. They prompt you to talk about your past experiences so you can demonstrate you have particular skills. Demonstrating you have these “soft” skills is incredibly important to proving you’re the right candidate for the job, but the questions can be tricky.” – Andrew Ku
Here are the three top “soft” skills that managers are looking for in you.
- Culture Fit
- Collaboration Skills
You can take a look at some top questions related to these three skills here at the following link – Behavioral interview
Apple is releasing an education bundle for higher ed faculty, staff, and students, as well as K-12. The educational bundle includes:
All of these apps combined averages at a cost of $630, but if you buy the bundle you get all five apps for just $199.99. You can redeem this bundle at the Apple site. Once you buy the bundle you will receive an email with codes to redeem the five apps at the App Store.
If you want to improve your skills with adobe products such as photoshop, illustrator, or indesign, look no further.
Adobe Education Exchange offers courses, workshops, and webinars, all intended to help you improve your digital skillset.
Visit their website here to get started mastering the tools you need.
In true Star Wars fashion, the recent release of rogue one has people talking about computer graphics.
This time around, people’s eyes are on the digitally resurrected actors, since several key characters appear in this movie as they did back in 1977.
While some pan the move as obvious CG, others are excited about the possibilities that this opens up for cinema.
Whether you dislike such a use of CG or approve of it, the process of bringing the character back to life is simply fascinating.
Check out how the studio recreated the characters here:
While adobe illustrator and photoshop are phenomenal for creating the perfect logo, the interfaces can sometimes seem daunting to a new user. Even if you know what you’re doing, on occasion you may have a smaller project, or simply want to mess around with some ideas. Thankfully, there is an easy-to-use web tool called Online Logo Maker that makes it incredibly simple to generate ideas and even create final logos. The best part is that it’s free to use! (Although you can pay for additional features.) If you’re wanting to speed up your creative process, or quickly whip up a nice logo, you can visit their website by clicking here.
To show how quickly you can create a logo, the one below only took a minute to create.
Maybe you’re wondering: “Okay, so I’ve got a tool now, but how do I actually make a decent looking logo?” Fear not, for we at the Digital Studio have prepared for such a circumstance! Here is an excellent article by fabvulous.com that runs through the basics of what makes a logo work.
Whether you want to mess around with a new tool to gather some designs, or contemplate your perfect brand identity, we hope this will help you out!