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Sanskrit most suitable for machine learning, AI: President Kovind - Times of India


NEW DELHI: Sanskrit is not restricted to spiritualism, philosophy, or literature, President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday said, stressing that experts believe that the language is most appropriate for writing algorithms besides use in machine learning and artificial intelligence. The president made the remarks during his address at the 17th convocation of the Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha here. "The tradition of Sanskrit language, literature and science has been the most effective chapter in the glorious journey of our intellectual growth. "It is said that India's soul is reflected in Sanskrit language, which is the mother of several languages," he said, according to a press release. Kovind said the most important thing is that proliferation of the knowledge available in Sanskrit is very relevant for the welfare of the world.

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The son of Paul Christie and Sonya Stagnoli, Ben and his sister Bella are home-schooled students who also take college courses. He'll graduate with an associate's degree from Germanna Community College next spring, at about the same time that he receives his high school diploma. She takes classes at Rappahannock Community College.

Technology, The Change Agent For Education…


Within the last 10 years, there has been a rapid growth of new jobs and industries that have never existed, and jobs that are going by the wayside due to technology. The advancement in technology has transformed our way of life in how we communicate, do business, work, travel, buy, sell, bank, in transportation, and in our careers. Technology has touched almost every area of our lives and it will be what transforms our education system. Technology is driving these rapid changes in our society, however the education system has not felt the full effects of how technology will transform the system that has been in place for decades. The system is worried more about test scores and how these test scores reflect a school, a district, a city, and the state.