Pragmatically, with Susan Anders' "Harmony Singing by Ear" on CDs as one example, - how to transform this into a cognitive mentoring app?
Pragmatically, with Susan Anders' "Harmony Singing by Ear" on CDs as one example, - how to transform this into a cognitive mentoring app?— scottmacleod (@scottmacleod) August 25, 2016
I've listened to this 3 volume set possibly 20-30 times (much in the car up to doing field work at Harbin) and its well thought out and enjoyable.
Furthermore, how to add data to this hypothetical application, or "datify" this (e.g. Suzuki Method CDs for violin and piano similarly too, & perhaps Sal Khan videos too?
Furthermore, how to add data to App, or "datify" this (e.g. Suzuki Method CDs for violin and piano similarly too, & perhaps Khan videos too?— scottmacleod (@scottmacleod) August 25, 2016
Also, how to "datify" such for "interventions" (& flourishing engagement) and specific language learning-wise too?
Also, how to "datify" such for "interventions" (& flourishing engagement) and specific language learning-wise too? https://t.co/XOWrAhMJpe— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) August 25, 2016
Excited for when just using voice, I'll being able to transform Susan Anders' "Harmony Singing by Ear" into a robust cognitive assistant -— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) August 25, 2016
- with the "interventions" in learning to sing harmony that I want to develop, as part of this code, for example -To https://t.co/06wX35JB0o— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) August 25, 2016
Could one or I turn any favorite musician or group into such an application, Pandora or iHeartRadio-wise - and even into a robot for my hypothetical kids to learn to sing harmony?
Here's a blogpost from 2013 exploring Susan Anders' "Singing Harmony by Ear" with coding (and there are others in this blog)
Bali tiger: How to 'marry' two databases together?, E.g. Google Translate with Ethnologue, WUaS with Wikipedia, Similarly, how to combine, for example, Susan Anders' first CD set (3) "Singing Harmony by Ear" with, for example, digital feedback, paralleling the relatively new, speed limit signs that blink your speed back at you
As a followup to your great cognitive assistants' talk this morning, an interesting challenge now hypothetically with developing Susan Anders' CDs "Harmony Singing by Ear" into a cognitive assistant would be for WUaS to add a version of a model-trace tutoring system from Carnegie Learning (https://www.carnegielearning.com/) to Wikidata/Wikibase in its 358 languages, then get copyright permissions, then produce a subsequent model for building this cognitive mentor (adaptable to Suzuki Method and Sal Khan videos, too, for example) and with interventions (feedback-wise) and for specific kinds of flourishing engagement (a WUaS focus) ... and then to develop this as a (developing, versioning) product/ "application" ... and even for WUaS to publish this in our Academic Press (http://worlduniversityandschool.org/AcademicPress.html), and then sell it in our planned online bookstore (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Bookstore_/_Computer_Store_%28New_%26_Used%29_at_WUaS) in many languages.
Thanks, Jim! Spohrer!
Posted some of these ideas, inspired by your cognitive assistants' idea, to my blog today - http://scott-macleod.
blogspot.com/2016/08/treepie- pragmatically-with-susan- anders.html .
WUaS is forking legally this autumn in a UC Berkeley Law course for the 2nd semester in a row - and concurrently hopefully with University of California incubation of World University and School for accreditation, as we develop the MIT OCW-centric course catalog in Wikidata / Wikibase, first.
And WUaS has a little ways to go still to develop our owm Development Team :) ... Thanks!