Owning a car, in just a few short decades, could be a lot like owning a horse — mostly for hobbyists and really unnecessary for transportation purposes. Continue Reading »
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Was once famously asked by American sci-fi novelist Philip K. Dick. And the answer appears to be, no, they don’t. Dog-headed knights atop horses, or camel-birds and pig-snails, and of Dali-esque mutated landscapes is what they dream of.
Google released last week a research paper chronicling one of its latest forays into artificial intelligence. The researchers programmed an advance type of “chatbot” that can learn how to respond in conversations based on examples from a training set of dialog. Continue Reading »
Every motion controller currently on the market may have just become obsolete thanks to Google.
Surprisingly there are a wealth (both in quantity and value) of markets that are investigating the value of wearables in the enterprise, with a rich ecosystem of devices, a plethora of uses. Continue Reading »
At its Worldwide Developer Conference next week, Apple shared a success story that a lot of people didn’t know about. About one year ago, Apple released Swift, a new programming language promised to make it easier to build iPhone and Mac apps than ever before. Developers cheered from the stands.
A recent google announcement that its new Photos app would be free and come with unlimited cloud storage, has crossed a line that many in the industry were watching with fear. Continue Reading »
Google annouced on Friday that they were teaming up with Levi’s to make computerized jeans – using conductive fabric. This could eventually allow wearers to use their legs as touchscreens. Continue Reading »
The future of wearables, the next big frontier, will be the move from existing outside our bodies to residing inside us. Continue Reading »
According to a leading AI scientist employed by the company, Artificial intelligence that can emulate human reasoning and even emotions is within Google’s reach. Continue Reading »