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  • Google Bard

    Google Bard

    2023 is not the Ice Age, but the AI Age! Google Bard is an experimental AI-powered tool developed by Google’s research team, which uses natural language processing and machine learning techniques to generate poetry based on the user’s input. It was introduced in early 2021 as part of Google’s AI experiments program. Is Bard available […]

  • From Cambodia to the world

    (Verse 1) From Cambodia to the world, he’s a blogger with a voice Tharum Bun, spreading knowledge and making noise With his words and his pen, he tells stories of his land And with every post he shares, he’s taking a stand (Chorus) Tharum Bun, a blogger with a heart He’s telling stories that set […]

  • Focus on broad pattern

    I came across this interesting point when reading a book by Morgan Housel on a new Kindle. The author wrote this letter, in part, to his son: ”Some people are born into families that encourage education; others are against it. Some are born into flourishing economies encouraging of entrepreneurship; others are born into war and […]

  • Breaking the barrier with tech: fostering reading in rural Cambodia

    I believe in technology for lifelong learning. In rural areas of Cambodia, access to books and educational resources can be limited. Many schools lack the funding and infrastructure to provide their students with the necessary materials for learning, and this can hinder children’s education and future prospects. However, with the advancement of technology, there are […]

  • Meet mathematics educator Rodwell Kov

    Puthearorth Rodwell Kov, also known as Rodwell, is a Cambodian-American mathematics educator based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. I had the opportunity to speak with him about his journey from Seattle, Washington to his homeland, and how he encourages Cambodian students to develop a love for mathematics and problem solving. He shared his experiences living in […]

  • Khmer typewriter

    Khmer typewriter

    The beauty is in each letter and number In a book by Derek Tonkin, Modern Cambodian Writing, it says: “The first Cambodian-keyboard typewriters appeared in 1955. Only two models have been produced commercially, by Remington (U.S.A.) and Adler (Western Germany).” I acquired this old Khmer typewriter during the pandemic.Going deep into both typewriter makers’ websites, […]