It’s not about equal pay or equality of outcome. Given a range of gifts, talents, and opportunities, it cannot be equal or the same for everyone. So, what would be fair?
Perhaps the question should be asked from a different perspective: Not the day’s wages, but the day’s benefits.
The position for curriculum designer required a Masters or PhD with deep knowledge in Machine Vision and Ai to ride around an autonomous vehicle teaching men and women to be “Elevator Attendants.”
Which job is worse: the trainer that rides around backwards all day, or the guy who gets to be the “attendant” in a self driving golf cart? Is this the best we can do in Detroit today: create jobs that were boring a hundred years ago?
The Teddy Bears Picnic is a demonstration project that we use in our Microsoft PowerPoint certification training. This is the first time that I completed the project with all of the animations and sound: PowerPoint to the Max! Enjoy! Elizabeth
“Teddy Bears’ Picnic” is a song by American composer John Walter Bratton, written in 1907, and lyrics added by Irish songwriter Jimmy Kennedy in 1932. It remains popular as a children’s song, having been recorded by numerous artists over the decades.
From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teddy_Be…
Music by Henry Hall
Visualization. Interactivity. Real-time speed.
Video Summary: “Now it’s easier than ever to create rapid, interactive designs with Autodesk’s 3D tools and Unity’s real-time platform.”
UNITY and Autodesk:
UNITY is the tool for creating immersive Virtual and Augmented Realities. The car has already been designed to the nuts and bolts digitally. This video shows one option for working with those automotive assets.
“You don’t even have to paint the walls! Just get a bigger monitor.”
For Developers, Educators and Writers: The articles on screen time need to separate constructive vs destructive use of screens. Are these screens building someone up ? OK, I’m good with that. Everybody wins.
For me, the Computer Mama, teaching someone a skill is the best use of my time, talent and energy. That takes about four screens, 60-70 hours a week, to manage an online business, not counting the stupid phone.
WRLD is a 3D Mapping program that allows developers to design and integrate feature-rich, dynamic maps for indoor and outdoor use. The applications of such mapping include real-time monitoring, navigation, and positioning.
Mapping, such as with WRLD has uses in the Internet of Things, Smart Cities, VR/ AR, and Connected Lifestyles. It can also be used for service, commerce, and advertising.
The Perfect Marriage of Cars and Animation