Guys new here and i need ur help. Sorry for bothering but what is the role of memory in science? We can say that numerous experiments are done to get closer to the truth which means that memory is involved right? Because we know that previous experiments were wrong.

My claim is that knowledge should be based on obeservation of the world and my example is galileo's observations (astronomy/physics)

And i want to prove that other ways of knowing should have a role too

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AI - releasing the demon?
In 2012, a team at Google showed an unsupervised-learning machine millions of YouTube video images. The machine learned to categorise common things it saw, including human faces and (to the amusement of the internet’s denizens) the cats—sleeping, jumping or skateboarding—that are ubiquitous online. No human being had tagged the videos as containing “faces” or “cats”. Why did the machine? http://econ.st/1cI0c1W

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TOK essay revision...

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what is literature for... the arts!

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Is Math discovered or creatd... a great summary of the argument with some solid examples...

Anyone interested in organising a Google hangout to unpack the 2015 May prescribed titles?  Or at least begin a thread to discuss how to help the students address them?  We could also include tips/advice on using the new TOK forms.  They seem extremely vague and challenging, even by the standards of TOK essays!

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Interdisciplinary learning experiences are not a thing of the modern days.

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Just opened the doors to Yokohama Open Learning: an online learning community beginning with a free course companion for Theory of Knowledge as part of the IBDP. http://lnkd.in/b_DwZyq Really excited about where this is headed! If you are interested in getting involved as an educator, just let me know. #IBTOK   #TOK   #IBDP  

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