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Duolingo Review 2021: Does it worth your time? Can it teach you a language? everything you need to know

Duolingo also provide two options for your review of your learning level i.e.“regular practice” or “hard practice”. Want to learn English? But bored w…

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Duolingo Review 2021: Does it worth your time? Can it teach you a language? everything you need to know

Want to learn English? Or basic Italian phrases? But bored with the traditional ways of learning a language.  Here is an interesting way to learn English and other languages. Duolingo app can help you to learn English in different exciting methods. 

Duolingo is a simple user-friendly app for language learners. It’s simple to use.

You need to set up your profile, choose the language you want to learn. It also gives you the option to set your weekly, monthly goals.

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Duolingo Review 2021: Duolingo Lessons

There are different modules available to shape your skills.

These are a step by step modules designed from low to higher difficulty levels. Once you complete the first module then automatically it will take you to the next module.

In case you are already aware and expert of certain lessons and you want to skip it, then given the test and pass it to skip the whole lesson. When you start learning any language you need to pass certain tests, so the app can determine your fluency level in that language.

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Duolingo: What kind of different Lessons does it offer?

  • It gives different activities like ‘Translate this sentence’. 
  • They will show you certain images or photos and you need to speak out the name of the object on your mic.
  • New words or vocabulary is also taught with different images or photos for better understanding.
  • There is one more option available as ‘Tips’ to check your understanding of the grammar and other skills.
  • There will also be a listening exercise to make you familiar with the pronunciation of the word.
  • Duolingo also provide two options for your review of your learning level i.e.“regular practice” or “hard practice”.
  • This app allows people to learn at their own pace and actual learning which can sustain for a longer time.

Duolingo Review 2021: Daily Progress

 Duolingo helps you to track your daily progress and also you can earn “lingots”. lingots are the Duolingo currency you earn as you answer questions correctly.

The lingots can be used to buy different costumes for the Duolingo like owl mascot, Duo, or freeze your streak if you know you’ll miss a day.

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How is Duolingo for Language Learners?

Reviews of Duolingo

  • Duolingo has reminders and trackers to track your progress, which helps you to understand your performance better.
  • The Duolingo app motivates you to keep on trying and learning language through its different features.
  • You start learning and using simple sentences every day.
  • A user-friendly interface and easy-to-use learning approach
  • Lots of visual learning helps you to memorize words for a longer time.
  • Stories and a podcast are also available for new learners.

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SK Telecom, global telcos to form AI language model joint venture

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SK Telecom, global telcos to form AI language model joint venture

Seoul, Feb 26 (IANS) SK Telecom, South Korea’s leading mobile carrier, announced plans to establish a joint venture with global mobile carriers to develop large language models (LLMs) for telecommunications companies. The joint venture will include SK Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, e& Group, Singtel, and Softbank, aimed at improving customer interactions through digital assistants and chatbots.

During the Global Telco AI Alliance’s inaugural meeting at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2024, SK Telecom revealed its strategy to collaborate on developing LLMs tailored for telcos. The joint venture will focus on creating multilingual LLMs optimized for Korean, English, German, Arabic, and Japanese, with the potential to expand to more languages in the future.

With an estimated global customer base of 1.3 billion across 50 countries, including SK Telecom’s 31 million subscribers and Deutsche Telekom’s 250 million subscriptions, the joint venture aims to enhance efficiency in telco operations. SK Telecom’s CEO Ryu Young-sang stated, “Our ultimate goal is to discover new business models by redefining relationships with customers,” highlighting the significance of tailored LLMs for the telecommunications industry.

The joint venture’s mission aligns with the increasing demand for personalized customer interactions in the telco sector. By leveraging the expertise of multiple global mobile carriers, the collaboration seeks to revolutionize customer service through advanced language models. Stay tuned for further developments on this groundbreaking initiative in the telecommunications industry.

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Micron begins volume production of new chip for AI workloads

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Micron begins volume production of new chip for AI workloads

Micron Technology, a semiconductor leader, has announced the volume production of its HBM3E solution, reducing data centre operating costs by 30%. The 24GB 8H HBM3E will be part of Nvidia H200 Tensor Core GPUs, starting shipments in Q2 of 2024.

Sumit Sadana, EVP and chief business officer at Micron Technology, highlighted the importance of memory bandwidth for AI workloads. The new HBM3E solution offers over 1.2 TB/s memory bandwidth with a pin speed greater than 9.2 Gb/s, catering to AI accelerators, supercomputers, and data centres.

Micron’s HBM3E solution sets the industry standard with 30% lower power consumption compared to its competitors. The company is also introducing a 36GB 12-High HBM3E, promising superior performance and energy efficiency in comparison to similar products, with sampling set for March this year.

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Gaganyaan mission: PM Modi to reveal names of 4 test pilots during VSSC visit

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Gaganyaan mission: PM Modi to reveal names of 4 test pilots during VSSC visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to disclose the names of four test pilots undergoing training for India’s Gaganyaan Mission during his visit to the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) on Tuesday. The visit is to review preparations for the mission, with one test pilot hailing from Kerala.

The four test pilots completed their training in Russia and are now at a unit of ISRO, familiarizing themselves with the mission. Three of them will be aboard the Indian-crewed orbital spacecraft. The PM will also inaugurate three facilities including the Trisonic Wind Tunnel and Semi-cryogenic Integrated Engine at ISRO Propulsion Complex, Mahendragiri.

In addition, the PSLV Integration Facility at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh will also be inaugurated by PM Modi during his visit to the VSSC in Kerala. The Prime Minister is scheduled to arrive at the VSSC center at 10.45 a.m. on Tuesday and will spend an hour there. This visit signifies a significant step in India’s space exploration journey.

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