In 2016 the human race spends 1000 times more money and time on Learning Commns Tech. We invite you to vote for the the most productive Youth Economies (more) linking in 3 billion new jobs that were impossible to co-create in times when distance caused communications to be expensive and the idea of an app being mobilised any time any place by anyone sounded like science fiction. see also microfranchise & health as pivotal youth economy

Let's begin with the most exciting girls empowerment economy: its human epicentre is Sir Fazle Abed in Bangladesh of the world's largest and most collaborative NGO known by hundreds of partners and millions whose education calling is girls empowerment as pre-digital BRAC and post-digital BKASH -currently the world's largest cashless economy co-created by and for girls faced with poverty's and sustainability most extreme challenges. Starting the search for how to value this youth economy was to be the last project of The Economist's Norman Macrae whose work (more) on the Entrepreneurial Revolution of millennials 3 billion new jobs began with this (Keynsian inspired - more) future history in 1972. RSVP isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com or to start linking in text Norman's family in wsshington DC at USA 240 316 8157
next education open space new york 1 to 12 march 2016 - previous MIT 25 to 29 january - queries on linking in - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or text usa 240 316 8157 Freeing 3rd grade teachers to ask parents & communities: do you live in a sustainable economy?

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

HackingEDU Takes on Education with Just a Few Lines of Code

November 6, 2015 — Wolfram Blog Team
The San Mateo Event Center hosted the “world’s largest education hackathon” the weekend of October 23 through 25. HackingEDU was high-energy, fast paced, and fun. Over 2,000 people participated; they had 36 hours to create.
On their website, HackingEDU features a quote from Nelson Mandela: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” The HackingEDU participants worked hard to make that motto a reality. As with all good hackathons, there was collaboration, learning, and most importantly, cool new coding and inventions.
Wolfram Research was there as a sponsor to assist the competing teams with Wolfram Development Platforminstant APIs, and other aspects of the Wolfram Cloud. We were thrilled to see 21 teams using Wolfram technologies for their projects.
SmartCards, CereBro, Exchangeagram projects from HackingEDU
EduPod.club’s project, Vulcan Learning for Humans—the winner of the prize for Best Use of Wolfram Technologies—used Wolfram Development Platform and cloud object API function deployments:
Using Wolfram Development Platform’s vast knowledge domain and easy cloud object API function deployments, we allow humans to create their own customized learning curricula. The human can study for any topic with Vulcan speed—from recognizing organic chemistry to countries of Africa to the most interesting domain names registered with .club!
EduPod.club’s entry won one year of Developer-level access to the Wolfram Development Platform for each member of the team, which included Nicolas Miller and Yosun Chang, as well as a talk slot at New York City’s IgniteSTEM, coming up on April 8.
Check out the full list of projects that used Wolfram technologies here. Additional eligible projects included personal assistant apps, slackbots, and even an automated textbook exchange program.
We are happy to have been involved with HackingEDU and are looking forward to what the future holds for the education and coding movement. If you’re excited too, and know of an upcoming hackathon we should attend or that you want to use our technology for, check out our hackathon page and let us know!

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