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GROKGraphical Representation Knowledge
GROKGenealogical Relations of Knowledge (University of Kent at Canterbury; UK)
GROKGraphical Representation of Knowledge Laboratory (University of Iowa)
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Dozens of institutions have already worked with Grok's marketing team in China to engage key audiences using social media, create digital assets, run successful events and PR campaigns.
What the writer said is generally true; I usually can grok what a writer means, even if I don't understand the content.
Future aspirations: Grow Grok Learning into a large and successful education platform, and teach the world to code!
When the net was completed, the project had taken Grok a total of eighty hours of work--the equivalent of ten workdays, or the time equivalent of ten hand-caught fish.
This research has resulted in the creation of an open source project named the "Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing (NuPIC)" and an initial commercial service called "Grok."
Hawkins' latest endeavor is Grok, a company whose goal is to simultaneously create a theory of how the brain works and a computer algorithm to implement this theory.
One of the building's puzzle pieces is the ad agency Grok. While S2 Design simply expanded its office, Grok moved to a larger space on a different floor.
Grok, a cloud-based service company, formerly known as Numenta, is building a neuroscience-inspired engine to find patterns in large data streams and to generate practical predictions in realtime.
Traditional storage companies need to grok the cloud.
Though we've put this list in alphabetical order and ASCD appears in third place, this is actually a great starting point if you want to back up and just grok what Common Core is all about and what it means for you: ascd.org/common-core-state-standards/common-core.aspx.
U Grok It: RED inventory management system, Steamboat Springs, www.ugrokit.com