Garbage In, Garbage Out

Recently, I was experimenting with a machine learning project at HotelQuickly. When I was testing an algorithm, I saw how important was it to create a good training data set. In short, the data set is a set of facts used to “teach” the machine. The machine itself “discovers” relationships, creates a statistical model and eventually…

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Will Our Kids Be Unemployed In The World Driven By AI?

I’m always excited to read about the newest technological advancements. The progress in the last few years is amazing, isn’t it? And the best is yet to come! Have you heard that the first taxi drone service should be launched in Dubai already this summer? #unbelievable Efficiency rocks Technology allows us to be more efficient. At HotelQuickly, we were…

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Look Over There, Siberian Husky!

For a good reason, there are not too many dogs in Bangkok. #concreteJungle We used to say to our kids “Look over there, a dog.” Nothing wrong about it, right? … Wrong! I was reading a few months ago in Glenn Doman’s book this is a common mistake parents do. Instead of explaining what kind of…

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How Do We Create Our Own Encyclopedic Cards?

We have started teaching our older son the encyclopedic knowledge recently. Actually, we started already a long time ago with “regular” flashcards. But only after reading Glenn Doman’s How To Teach Encyclopedic Knowledge, I approached it in a more organized way. However, I was quite disappointed in our local book shop. They only had a few…

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Drop The TV; Feed Your Kids’ Mind Instead

A recent research by the American Academy of Pediatrics revealed that 69% of kids between the age of 6 and 17 spend more than 2 hours of not school-related screen time. It’s unbelievable, isn’t it? Ambitious entrepreneurs and executives wouldn’t waste their time watching TV. Hence, I cannot understand why some parents allow their children to…

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Why Have We Started With Brachiation?

A few weeks ago I read Glenn Doman’s book Fit Baby, Smart Baby, Your Baby. It has changed the way I interact with my two children and how I view their physical development. One of the many things we’ve adopted is brachiation. “Brachiation, or arm swinging, is a form of arboreal locomotion in which primates swing…

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Preparing a new course: How to teach kids encyclopedic knowledge

In 2016, I launched a technical course on Udemy. More than 2,500 students enrolled to learn about the advanced SQL. It’s been a very rewarding experience! I got lots of positive feedback, great rating, encouraging reviews and students kept asking for more courses. To sum up my learnings, I even wrote a post on Medium with a…

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What Can Parents Learn From Gladwell’s Outliers?

Malcolm Gladwell, a best-selling author, published a book Outliers: The Story of Success in 2008. It took me a few years to get to it (#backlog), but then it was a matter of days to finish! He picked some of the most successful people all of us know (i.e. Bill Gates). For each of them, he wrote…

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Learnings From Doman’s Six Books About Early Childhood Education

Did you know that Glenn Doman founded in 1955 The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP.org) in Philadelphia? Over the last 60+ years, with a team of 100 experts, they mastered the brain development techniques and methods to accelerate kids. Intelligence is a product of three things: the ability to read; the ability…

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Homeschooling Meetup In Bangkok

Yesterday (on Wed eve), we met with a few homeschoolers and got insights about the educational methods they practice with their kids. These are the people who want to be involved in their kids’ education. They are not afraid to take responsibility for the curriculum. Don’t be an observer. Get involved! Neal Bryan and Patrick…

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