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Intel and CONALEP sign agreement to implement a national program of AI for youth

Intel and the National College of Technical Professional Education ( CONALEP ) of Mexico have signed a national collaboration agreement that will strengthen the area of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence ( AI ) through curriculum design , development of teaching materials and training of teaching staff in the subject .

Signed at the National Offices of CONALEP by Santiago Cardona , General Director of Intel for Hispanic America ; Manuel de Jesús Espino , General Director of CONALEP , and accompanied by Iraís Barreto Canales , Head of the Global Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ministry of Economy , the new alliance will enable 10 state colleges in this system of Upper Secondary Education to begin implementing the Intel AI for Youth program in the states of Nuevo León , Jalisco and Querétaro .
The new program will provide the institution with the necessary resources at no cost for curriculum design focused on AI and Machine Learning processes , which will benefit approximately 25,000 students in the next three years and up to 50,000 in subsequent years .
Through this program , students will learn technical skills such as computer vision , computational language processing , statistical data and various skills such as the ethical use of this technology and the development of solutions to impact society positively .

Updated National Frequency Allocation Plan published for Peru

Intending to allow Peruvians access to high-quality services that help create economic development opportunities and improve citizens ’ quality of life , the Ministry of Transport and Communications ( MTC ) published the updated National Frequency Allocation Plan ( PNAF ) for 2023 to receive comments and suggestions .

This document is updated periodically in response to changes and evolution in the telecommunications market , technology and each World Radiocommunication Conference . The PNAF has been modified 35 times since its approval in 2005 . The MTC reiterates its commitment to spectrum management to improve the quality of telecommunications services and guarantee access to the Internet in all areas of the country .
This update of the PNAF includes the necessary frequency bands for the development of mobile technologies such as 4G and 5G , high-altitude platforms ( HAPS ), use of white television spaces ( TVWS ), improvement of wireless coverage at home ( WiFi-6E ) and much more .
The PNAF contains tables of frequency allocation for the different telecommunications services in Peru so that they operate in frequency bands previously defined to ensure their operation and minimize the likelihood of interference .
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