Researchers aim to create child-centric experiences with a chatbot that provide fun and educational practice opportunities without compromises children’s privacy.
A better understanding of what's going on in kids' brains while they're streaming and scrolling offers powerful insights into how parents can better manage and limit these activities.
A new artificial intelligence system can translate a person’s brain activity — while listening to a story or silently imagining telling a story — into a continuous stream of text.
Teaching this set of skills – particularly with the use of physical manipulatives – is highly effective at improving mathematics performance and makes learning more engaging, accessible, and equitable.
Children with reading and writing difficulties who are presented with text on screens with flickering white noise both read better and remember what they have read better.
A new study explains why people rarely look at a situation, object or idea that needs improving -- in all kinds of contexts -- and think to remove something as a solution. Instead, we almost always add some element, whether it helps or not.
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