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Bullying Prevention Month – Being an Upstander

This is the second and final part of our Bullying Prevention Month blog post series. This time we’re going to focus on how you can tackle the problem if you see that someone needs your help. It’s very hard to watch someone (especially a friend you care for) get attacked, but you can always take…

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Bullying Prevention Month – Helping Yourself

October is Bullying Prevention Month in the U.S., and it is an important time to talk about bullying, how it can affect you, and what you can do to tackle it. In our nationwide 2019 Digital Civility survey of U.S. parents and teens, twenty-two percent of parents shared that their children have personally experienced some…

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A Mathematical Clarification of Deep Discovering out

Deep learning has been drastically changing the field of machine learning (and the world accordingly) as machine learning has been much more widely applied now to different application scenarios – such as recommender systems, speech recognition, autonomous driving, and automatic game-playing. In 2018, Professor Joshua Bengio, Geoffrey Hinton, and Yann Lecun received the Turing award…

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Holding Users In opposition to Substandard-Web site Question Forgery

Imagine this scenario: after logging into your bank account and checking your balance, you navigate to another website. Suddenly, you notice your account was hijacked! Funds are being transferred and the attacker tries to reset your password. You are security-conscious and never fall for phishing scams or share your password, so how could this have…

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