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Each week I skim through a range of education and tech feeds to give you an update on current issues and innovations.
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I found this on Ars Technica. "At a meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Seattle earlier this month, Anderson described how he figured out how to focus sound-wave energy precisely enough to knock over a single Lego minifig without disturbing other minifigs...
I know when Xmas is coming because my inbox and feed reader gets bombarded with "gift ideas". If you're stuck for ideas there might be something in this list. TechCrunch - Gift guide for anyone working from home TechCrunch - Gift guide: 11 gift ideas for the friend...
Janelle Shane at aiwierdness.com "built an advent calendar by using GPT-3 to generate descriptions and Pixray to illustrate them." This just a bit of Xmas oddness from someone with too much time on their hands. Check out the bonus post of images that didn't work.
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