- self + learning (Wiktionary)
“To give but one example, in a story written by the brothers Strugatski in 1970 there is an amazing description of a computer: the simulations it was able to do, the problems that it was unable to face and even some idea about the self-learning capacity which is a characteristic of modern computers.”
“Globaloria is a way of learning -- of self-learning with heart and mind -- how to write today's digital language.”
“These systems can now chew through billions of bits of data, analyze them via self-learning algorithms, and package the insights for immediate use.”
“Last month the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced plans to issue badges to students who complete a new set of free online courses, as part of a self-learning project called MITx.”
“Kumaraswamy C., who used to work with Prakruti, an organization that partnered with HRF, says, "[HRF] is used to promoting informal self-learning, and this has been received well by the community as they see it as a community managed centre, and not something outsiders set up.”
“Curiosity and self-learning should be rewarded, not punished.”
“Although Google has added to its enterprise search software a self-learning algorithm that analyzes employee clicks to improve the relevance of search results, the results by and large still cannot be contextualized.”
“And that's why it's worth all the self-learning and revelations and ephiphanies.”
“An article appeared in The Guardian (UK) several years ago comparing the upbringing of two families: one based on discipline, the other based on self-learning through experience.”
“Are there really any advantages in paying exorbitant sums to sit in a lecture hall to learn material versus purchasing the relevant treatise and self-learning?”
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