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How-To Geek 01/21/2019 08:00
Add an Audio Jack Even if Google actually does refresh the Google Home and tacks on a better speaker, the simple addition of an audio out jack would still be a hit feature, and all of the Echoes already have them.
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The Register - Emergent Tech 01/20/2019 04:59
Amazon shareholders revolt on Rekognition, Nvidia opens robotics lab, and hot AI chips on Google Cloud.
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9to5Google 01/18/2019 12:50
There are a number of Google Home Essentials that we want to uncover and build as we delve into the power of the Google Assistant and its services over time.
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SD Times 01/18/2019 10:38
AI startup Spell has released a new deep learning and AI platform that is meant to empower teams to build using AI.
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HotHardware.com 01/18/2019 09:38
He does not want to stop there, however—he also wants Cortana to work with Google Assistant.
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Verge 01/18/2019 09:00
Now you can just tell your Google Home device to “play [your playlist] on [name of group],” and your music will play on all of the speakers in that group.
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Mac Observer 01/18/2019 08:32
Microsoft no longer sees its Cortana digital assistant as a competitor to the more popular Alexa and Google Home.
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CNET - Blog 01/17/2019 17:38
Ninety7, the company behind Jot, makes similar products for a variety of smart speakers such as the original Google Home ($89 at Walmart) and the Amazon Echo ($75 at Amazon) , so if you want to make a different smart speaker portable, chances are Ninety7 has an accessory for you.
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socalTECH.com 01/16/2019 15:17
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are two of the biggest buzzwords in technology today--but how are they being used to help you in everyday life? Google said on Wednesday that a team at Loyola Marymount University is using its open source, machine learning tool--TensorFlow--as part of a project to help identify potholes and cracks in Los Angeles, in an attempt to perhaps improve the flow of traffic through the city. According to Google, the student team at Loyola Marymount created software, based on TensorFlow, for detecting road cracks and potholes based on footage of L.A. roads, and suggests its technology might be useful to help identify which roads need fixing the most in cities. Google and the student research team did not s.
Android Authority 01/16/2019 13:45
Here, we’ve gathered the best Google Home accessories money can buy so you can get the most out of your device.
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Google Asia 01/16/2019 12:00
Finally, funders should consider how they can best support the ongoing deployment of AI projects and ensure social sector professionals have access to basic AI training.
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SiliconANGLE 01/16/2019 09:00
Nvidia's brings its Tesla T4 GPUs for machine learning to Google's cloud.
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