Jinat Jahan Khan

How to detect AI-generated text

While the use of AI in text generations have many potential benefits across industries, like any other tool, they too may be misused in a variety of ways. To counter the misuse of AI-generated texts, there are some tools that may come handy.

1y ago

Key takeaways from this year’s Standard AI Index Report

In the last decade, artificial intelligence has evolved at a breathtaking pace. The Standard Institute for Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence (HAI) publishes the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Index Report every year, providing a comprehensive picture of the current state of the AI world.

1y ago

Inclusive education is all about understanding different learners

Understanding of the benefits of diversity is growing.

1y ago

Entrepreneurial challenges in the Bangladeshi gig business model

Fairwork and DataSense has published the annual Fairwork Bangladesh Ratings Report to understand the working conditions of platform-based gig workers in Bangladesh.

1y ago

Quality education towards ensuring equality and inclusion

In 2015, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

1y ago

How teaching IELTS can be trickier than teaching General English

The webinar was led by Wendy Naylor, Consultant at The British Council, where she had an interactive discussion with the online audience regarding IELTS and General English.

1y ago

How exam-centred teaching hampers creativity in classrooms

The Daily Star with the collaboration of the British Council has returned with its LIVE webinar series on 29 August 2022. A session titled 'How can we increase creativity in the classroom?' was aired live, which was hosted by Wendy Naylor, Consultant, The British Council. In this event, respected education practitioners discussed and shared ideas on how to boost creativity in classrooms. Creativity in education is often a subject of debate, as schools can develop a culture of routine and conformity. Often, training students to simply pass exams may discourage and inhibit originality, which is why the government is currently reviewing assessments in schools.

1y ago

QR codes are essential, but some may hurt you

With more dependency on the internet, the cases of online scams are always on the rise. Among different innovative ways to scam people, tricking users through QR codes is a very common scenario. Since the early 2000s, QR codes have been in use, and these are still alive and well. Smartphone cameras can even scan them directly. The continued usefulness of QR codes is due in large part to changes to different marketing channels and new applications for their usage. Popular among modern tech users, QR codes have become essential in transferring large amounts of data by providing an easy and quick way to promote website URLs. However, it bodes to be careful when using QR codes.

2y ago
May 4, 2023
May 4, 2023

How to detect AI-generated text

While the use of AI in text generations have many potential benefits across industries, like any other tool, they too may be misused in a variety of ways. To counter the misuse of AI-generated texts, there are some tools that may come handy.

April 19, 2023
April 19, 2023

Key takeaways from this year’s Standard AI Index Report

In the last decade, artificial intelligence has evolved at a breathtaking pace. The Standard Institute for Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence (HAI) publishes the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Index Report every year, providing a comprehensive picture of the current state of the AI world.

December 30, 2022
December 30, 2022

Inclusive education is all about understanding different learners

Understanding of the benefits of diversity is growing.

December 2, 2022
December 2, 2022

Entrepreneurial challenges in the Bangladeshi gig business model

Fairwork and DataSense has published the annual Fairwork Bangladesh Ratings Report to understand the working conditions of platform-based gig workers in Bangladesh.

November 25, 2022
November 25, 2022

Quality education towards ensuring equality and inclusion

In 2015, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

October 14, 2022
October 14, 2022

How teaching IELTS can be trickier than teaching General English

The webinar was led by Wendy Naylor, Consultant at The British Council, where she had an interactive discussion with the online audience regarding IELTS and General English.

September 9, 2022
September 9, 2022

How exam-centred teaching hampers creativity in classrooms

The Daily Star with the collaboration of the British Council has returned with its LIVE webinar series on 29 August 2022. A session titled 'How can we increase creativity in the classroom?' was aired live, which was hosted by Wendy Naylor, Consultant, The British Council. In this event, respected education practitioners discussed and shared ideas on how to boost creativity in classrooms. Creativity in education is often a subject of debate, as schools can develop a culture of routine and conformity. Often, training students to simply pass exams may discourage and inhibit originality, which is why the government is currently reviewing assessments in schools.

July 24, 2022
July 24, 2022

QR codes are essential, but some may hurt you

With more dependency on the internet, the cases of online scams are always on the rise. Among different innovative ways to scam people, tricking users through QR codes is a very common scenario. Since the early 2000s, QR codes have been in use, and these are still alive and well. Smartphone cameras can even scan them directly. The continued usefulness of QR codes is due in large part to changes to different marketing channels and new applications for their usage. Popular among modern tech users, QR codes have become essential in transferring large amounts of data by providing an easy and quick way to promote website URLs. However, it bodes to be careful when using QR codes.

July 22, 2022
July 22, 2022

Small businesses are easy targets for cyberattacks: Report

For the last 15 years, these reports have been providing real-world views on data breaches, cyber crimes, and data-driven analysis.

May 20, 2022
May 20, 2022

How to verify online content and deal with misinformation

Misleading news propagated through social media and the web can influence public actions and opinions adversely. Here are some ways you can verify information before jumping into a bogus narrative.

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