There are some people who were already adults by the time social media came to the fore and then were others who grew up with social media. In the first case, one had to gradually adapt to what was appearing and in the other, it would be something they had to learn but not something they necessarily had to adapt to.
So while some people know what it's like to live without social media (it might take them a while to remember), there will be others who have no idea what it's like to live without it. And even if they were around before it was launched (and this may have only been a matter of years), it might not have been enough time to have had an impact.
Growing up in Kolkata, Ronny Sen (@ronnysen) had no particular ambition to be anything. Before long, though, he realized he had stories to tell -- and soon discovered a medium to tell them in. "I was quite drawn towards photography," says Ronny, 29, now a professional photographer and a recipient of a 2016 Getty Images Instagram Grant. "It just became a mad obsession, like some sort of game you suddenly fall in love with." His photo project "The End" (@whatdoestheendoftimelooklike) visualizes a post-apocalyptic world in the backdrop of chaos and resilience in the coal fields of Jharia, India. "This is a place where historically literally everyone has failed. I hope that this project can initiate a dialogue and show people a small glimpse of a possible future that is coming towards us."
Ronny will be exhibiting his work, alongside fellow grantees Girma Berta (@gboxcreative) and Christian Rodr
Studies have suggested that students' computer attitudes are
related to their success in learning computer technology. The current
study investigates how positive attitudes are "transferred"
into higher learning achievement by determining an intermediate variable
between computer attitudes and computer learning and achievement--Time
spent on learning technology. Participants of the study are 609 teacher
education students. Data analyses results demonstrate that (a) four
computer attitude variables (enjoyment, motivation, importance, and
freedom from anxiety) have linear relationships with Time, and (b) Time
has a linear relations
BRUSSELS - Facebook (FB.O), Twitter (TWTR.N), Google's (GOOGL.O) YouTube and Microsoft (MSFT.O) on Tuesday agreed to an EU code of conduct to tackle online hate speech within 24 hours in Europe.
EU governments have been trying in recent months to get social platforms to crack down on rising online racism following the refugee crisis and terror attacks, with some even threatening action against the companies.
As part of the pledge agreed with the European Commission, the web giants will review the majority of valid requests for removal of illegal hate speech in less than 24 hours and remove or disable access to the content if necessary.
They will also strengthen their cooperation with civil society organizations who help flag hateful content when it goes online and promote "counter-narratives" to hate speech.
"The recent terror attacks have reminded us of the urgent need to address illegal online hate speech. Social media is unfortunately one of the tools that terrorist groups use to radicalize young people," EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said.
Germany got Google, Facebook and Twitter to agree to delete hate speech from their websites within 24 hours last year and even launched an investigation into the European head of Facebook over its alleged failure to remove racist hate speech.
"There's no place for hate speech on Facebook," said Monika Bickert, Head of Global Policy Management at Facebook.
"With a global community of 1.6 billion people we work hard to balance giving people the power to express themselves whilst ensuring we provide a respectful environment."
The code of conduct is largely a continuation of efforts that the companies already take to counter hate speech on their websites, such as developing tools for people to report hateful content and training staff to handle such requests.
Twitter has suspended over 125,000 accounts since the middle of 2015 for threatening or promoting terror acts, primarily related to Islamic State.
The United States has undertaken similar efforts to entice the cooperation of tech companies in combating online radicalization, focusing on promoting "counter-narratives" to extremist content.
EU ministers had called for cooperation with tech companies to be stepped up after the Brussels attacks in March.
Jewish lobbyists, frequently the target of hate speech, welcomed the code of conduct.
"This a historic agreement that could not arrive at a better time," said Dr. Moshe Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress.
(Editing by Alexandra Hudson)
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Computers have changed over the years, how the world works. They have proven to be a resource not only for businesses but also in other fields such as medicine and education. These are the machines that help us do our work quickly and accurately, the physical work. Many people are interested in knowing the advantages and disadvantages of computer training. The next section, we understand that the use of computer training has opened up bright and quick to learn from us. Computers are the best way to teach students. Today, all schools and universities have computer labs, where they receive training for their teachers. Computers help teachers teach their students to quickly and easily. With the help of computers and broadband Internet, students can search for concepts or things that they want to know, referring to the sites.
The Internet is an ocean of information and browsing every day for more information on these students much. Another advantage of computers is that the student will be able to obtain information on various topics and issues, which are different from those of their syllabus. This form of pre-school education is considered more effective than just learn from textbooks prescribed by the authorities. Understanding the role of computers in education should be for all of us.
The use of computers in the classroom can help teachers teach more than they can do without them. Students can display graphics, diagrams and figures, while teaching practical oriented subjects such as algebra, geometry, physics, biology or botany. Teachers can give students to complete many missions with the help of software. Introduction of computers in schools can help students learn different software and hardware, under the guidance of their teachers. For example, students get to know what are the parts of the equipment, what are their roles and how the work computer. They can learn new software packages and tools at an early age so that they understand the key concepts in higher education in comfort.
Importance of computer education is evidenced by the fact that computer science students are more likely to get the best jobs in the industry who have no computer skills required. Students should be aware of all the equipment used for their own benefit. Many computer Institutes in Delhi are imparting computer training skills
The use of computers in education does not end there. Many times it happens, so that students can not enroll in degree programs who are interested in because of lack of money, or because the Institute is far from their place of residence. The introduction of distance learning has been solved all these problems. Distance learning or online degree programs, with learning through computers, provide training for much cheaper than the cost of full-time training. Students also live far away in remote areas, do not have to travel several miles and come to town, because they can now learn the comfort of your home, if you have a desktop computer with an Internet connection. However, there are some disadvantages in the use of computers in education in which we must be careful. First of all, doing all the calculations using the software and the calculator can affect their math skills.
In this article, the use of computers, we concluded that computers and education have become inseparable from each other. We are also aware of how computer technology has affected our lives positively. By making wise use of computers, we can learn many new things in a relatively short period of time. Therefore, learn computer skills for a bright future!
In other words, computers can make us a little 'lazy, and this can cause problems, while studies that did not take place online, but want to do all the calculations yourself. When you're ready information available on the Internet, students do not read books and search for information using other sources. The reading may be less harmful to their development and education of the future.
Mr. Seong-woo Nam is Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of Hanwha SolarOne Co Ltd. A 30-year management veteran, Seong-woo Nam joins Hanwha SolarOne from Samsung Electronics, where he recently served as the executive vice president and general manager of Samsung's IT Solutions Business, which includes its PC Business and Printer Business with 13,000 employees and revenues approaching $9 billion. While under Mr. Nam's direction the IT Solutions business experienced in four years a more than three-fold increase in revenues, sales into 90 new countries, expansion of manufacturing scale, and a more than 300% gain in market share. Prior to leading the IT