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American Academy of Ophthalmology receives $5 million donation for virtual reality-powered clinical training, its largest ever

American Academy of Ophthalmology receives $5 million donation for virtual reality-powered clinical training, its largest ever

Newswise – The American Academy of Ophthalmology today announced a $5 million gift from the Knights Templar Eye Foundation (KTEF) to develop a first-of-its-kind educational initiative: free, open, cutting-edge simulation training for ophthalmologists worldwide using standard virtual reality (VR) headsets and web browsers. This is the largest donation in the history of the Academy Foundation. …

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Using AI to improve investigative interviews with children

Using AI to improve investigative interviews with children

“We know a lot today about the ability of children to talk about what they have experienced or experienced, even at three years old,” says researcher and project leader Gunn Astrid Baugerud at the Faculty of Social Sciences at OsloMet . She is responsible for the Professionals Interviewing Abused Children Supported via Artificial Avatars research …

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Theirworld’s AI holograms give a voice to children affected by the global education crisis | LBBOnline

The activation of BBDO New York took place on the eve of the Transforming Education Summit at the United Nations General Assembly Failing economies, pandemic shortages, war, forced marriage, child labor, genocide, etc. There are myriad reasons why there are currently 260 million children in the world who do not have access to equitable education, …

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Perspective: How can we make the Internet safer for children?  Give more power to parents

Perspective: How can we make the Internet safer for children? Give more power to parents

From cyberbullying and peer pressure to explicit content and websites that promote self-harm and dangerous fads, even the most cautious child can stumble upon online dangers. As tweens and teens spend an average of an hour watching online videos each day, they are regularly exposed to content that their parents would never allow them to …

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