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CircuitPython: Embedded Python for Education Mike Parks
Bridging the gap between desktop programming and embedded development does not need to be complicated. CircuitPython is an exciting new programming language that targets the education market to help foster the learning of both computer programming and electronics.

Programming Decoded: AI vs. Algorithms vs. ML Stephen Cassar
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and algorithms are terms often used interchangeably. But they shouldn’t be. Let’s look at the differences, why they were created and how and when they’re used.

Languages Evolve to Support AI Development M. Tim Jones
Programming languages were born from AI and evolved to meet the growing demand of AI applications. And as AI algorithms advanced, so did the languages to support new statistical methods and the toolkits that expanded these language’s machine learning capabilities.

The Hottest Things in AI Stephen Cassar
Global spending for artificial intelligence systems is predicted to reach $97.9 billion (USD) by 2023. AI specialists should be on the lookout for emerging trends to diversify their skillset and take advantage of the coming wave of innovation. We explore three emerging trends worth learning.

Not Your Father’s Tear Down… Not Anymore Caroline Storm Westenhover
For my senior project I am supposed to program an Android app that uses Bluetooth to communicate to a timing board. This sounds reasonable; I am an electrical engineer, we program apps all the time, right? Wrong, prior to being assigned this last semester I had no Object Oriented Programing (OOP) experience. I spent the Christmas break frantically trying to learn Java and start in on Android programming. By the end of the break I realized that there was no way for me develop a reliable app, keep up with my other classes, and go to work.

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