Hello my name is Hugh Williams it is the 19th day of May 2017 and I am sitting in the home of Stanford professor emeritus Martin Hellman I am here to interview Martin for the ACM Turing Award winners project Marty tell me a bit about your ancestors and where they came from accepted and
You’re hired! Two words everybody loves to hear. But before we hear these words comes (dun dun duuuuhn!) the interview. Today’s video is part one in a series that’s all about preparing for a job interview. This is part one of a five part series on preparing for an interview. Interviewing for a new job
Hello! I’m an ACTress for 6 years. I’m an ACTor for 7 months. I’m an ACTor for 2.5 years. I’m an ACTress for less than a year. I’m an ACTor for about 1.5 years. I’m an ACTor for around 4 years. I’m an ACTor for 3.5 years. So even with the 24 (18!) years of
>>ERIN STONE: Thank you for joining us today. You’re going to hear a little bit later from my colleague Stacy. Today, we’re going to share with you the process we went through for developing social skills classes for our students with autism at the high school level. These students were moderate to high-functioning in general
Hi, it’s Linda Raynier of LindaRaynier.com Career Strategist, Speaker and Coach. And in this video I’m going to show you exactly how to answer the “Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?” interview question in a way that gets you closer to landing the job offer without putting off the interviewer. And here’s
Hello! Welcome to our Online Information Session! My name is Lindsey Low and I am the program director for our Adult Education and Career Technical Education teaching credentials. Today, I’m going to tell you about our two different teaching credentials and how you can take your experience to teach others. I’ll begin by talking about
oh yes this meeting is now in session will you all please rise for the presentation of the colors by the Career Center air force JROTC please be seated welcome everyone tonight we have a recognition it’s a student showcase of our Best Buddies program Paul Jamel Ski director of special education will introduce this
Peters: 2017 regular Seattle School Board meeting I’d also like to welcome our student rep from middle college high school, mr. Trent Randall. Let’s hear it for Trent! He will have an opportunity to provide comments regarding his school later in the meeting. And so for now we’re going to go to the roll call.
(music begins) – Being a first generation student is like getting a brand new bike that you really want, but it has no training wheels, and you have no idea what to do with it. – Being a first generation student made my experience a little tougher. I really did not know what to expect.
Hello, everyone. This is Atul from Edureka and welcome to today’s topic of discussion on AI vs Machine Learning vs Deep Learning. These are the term which have confused a lot of people and if you too are one among them, let me resolve it for you. Well artificial intelligence is a broader umbrella under