All aspects of programming, computer science theory, operating systems, databases, etc.
Brainstorm or basic concepts of file storage
This is the mailing list of the Oracle Exadata Beaux Usergroup, This group is open to the users working on and with Exadata related technology such as the Exadata or Supercluster machines or ZDLRA
All gvSIG press releases
Mailing list for ISA Server professions who want to learn the tricks of the trade from other ISA Server pros. This list is not for ISA newbies who want to know "why the Internet stopped working".
A mailing list for RiVal users
This list is for Mapuans who are members of the section AC6, batch 2002 of CS-1 students (although people from other sections/batches can also join). Just a place on the Internet where we can all hang out and goof off.
This list provides a platform for exchange between members of the "Working Group Compiler Creation", Erlangen, Germany.
This list is the central communication channel for the FreeDict project. Users can ask questions, request help, request features and contact the Freedict developers. The development issues are discussed here as well.
Oregon OODLS Members
Mailling list for boost-doc-zh project activity notifications
Weasel GNU/Linux commits, see http://weasel.rpath.org for more info.
Exchange news between Computer Club Members on new classes being offered, status of equipment, upcomming meeting dates and monthly agenda of meetings.
We promote knowledge to repair desktops and laptops, to offer technical training on line in http://servicioalpc.com
Discussion Group for the Hercules emulator
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in all its varieties, approaches, and application areas is one of the general IT megatrends of our time. Itâs uptake in education is (compared to its use in other fields) still sparse and initial. There is no clear coordination of activities related to AI in education and there are no clear paths to follow for educators. At the same time, the interest raised and the expectations towards the utilisation of AI in education are increasing. A large number of approaches towards using AI in education exist already, however, they usually stem from isolated areas and are not well connected with each other. These approaches cover e.g.: learning analytics, multimodal learning experiences, educational recommender systems, intelligent tutoring systems etc. At the same time, Core AI research also delivers and develops approaches that go beyond those currently applied to education, such as, for e.g.: strategic problem solvers, generative AIs, optimisation approaches, planning approaches. Upcoming and current AI research directions towards ethical AI and explainable AI further pave the way for the use of AI in education. The SIG aims to bridge these interdependent research groups by bringing together researchers from both sides, AI and education to explore ways for both perspectives to work together, to exchange knowledge and experiences, to align activities, and to work towards common strategies.