DeepMind & VA Team Up With Hopes Of Fighting Kidney Problems

Google’s A.I.-centric DeepMind division has announced a new partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) aimed at predicting kidney problems earlier. Specifically, the focus is on Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), which is one of the most commonly occurring patient deterioration issues the department sees. The problems with AKI stem from the fact that, […]

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Tech Talk: How Can Google Assistant Continue To Improve?

Google has spent a substantial amount of its resources on A.I. innovations and there’s still a lot more to come, especially with regards to Google Assistant. That shouldn’t come as a shock with consideration for the fact that the company’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, has repeatedly emphasized the technology. However, teardowns over the past several months […]

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Google’s AI-Powered Auto Ads Available Today

Web giant Google has been beta testing an artificially intelligent new version of its AdSense platform, called Auto Ads, and the new version is now publicly available for all AdSense customers. AdSense is already mostly automated in the sense that ads within each category are curated automatically, but Auto Ads also automates the placement and […]

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Best Chromebooks – February 2018

Last month during CES 2018 there were a number of new Chromebooks announced. Although at present, they are only announced with availability due to begin within the next few weeks and months. Luckily, if you are in the market for a Chromebook now there are plenty of great options to consider and spanning the price […]

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Google Partners With Mobile Industry On RCS Expansion

Google is partnering with the mobile industry on an expansion of RCS messaging services in an effort to help connect all Android users in a way that allows for a better native messaging experience on their devices. This new partnership will seek to deploy RCS messages to more users across more devices on more networks […]

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Google’s Fake News Problem Seems To Extend To YouTube

Web giant Google has come under fire for allowing fake news and misinformation to spread on its services before, and now it seems that its subsidiary, video giant YouTube, is the newest arm of the company to have the same problem. YouTube’s Trending section is curated with algorithms, which could explain why a conspiracy video […]

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Chrome OS Split-Screen Feature May Support Android Apps Soon

Google appears to be readying an update to the Chrome OS split-screen functionality first noted to be rolling out to the stable channel of some systems just a few days ago. Most prominently, this update – which is only appearing on the canary channel, for now – seems to finally include support for Android applications […]

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Google Significantly Expanding US Office, Data Center Presence

Google has today provided some details on its plans for expansion in 2018 within the US. These plans include a significantly larger office and data center presence across fourteen US States. In some cases, the expansion will see new offices and data centers emerging, while in other cases it will be a matter of expanding […]

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Chrome OS Split Screen Mode Hits Stable Channel

Google has been working on implementing a tablet mode split screen feature into Chromebooks for some time and the functionality now appears to have been pushed to the first stable builds of Chrome OS, as first noted by Chrome Unboxed. As expected, the feature works by allowing users to pin two applications to each side of the […]

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Google To Expand Assistant To Many More Countries This Year

Google is all set to expand Google Assistant to many more countries this year, as the company officially announced that in 2018 it plans to launch the digital assistant tool in 38 new countries on top of the 14 where it’s already available, making for a total of 52 countries where Google will offer the […]

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