Archive | September, 2020

From Microsoft VP to law student: What this exec’s career transition says about AI and the law

Mike Angiulo, a former Microsoft vice president, is now in his third year at the University of Washington law school. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)
Mike Angiulo worked at Microsoft for 25 years as an engineering manager and vice president for products including Windows PCs, Microsoft Outlook, Xbox, Surface, and cloud and artificial intelligence technologies. But it was actually not

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These Robots Use AI to Learn How to Clean Your House

At Toyota, researchers are experimenting with prototypes that swoop from the ceiling to take care of chores with the help of machine learning.

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Google’s new Chromecast tries to make TV viewing more intelligent. Here’s how

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Google wants to play a bigger role in how you watch television.

The search giant on Wednesday debuted the newest version of its Chromecast video-streaming dongle that comes with software that recommends shows to users

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Improved Google Photos editor is rolling out now on Android

Google is starting to roll out a new editing mode for Google Photos on Android, which adds machine learning-powered automatic suggestions, and improved tools for more granular manual controls to help make your photos look even better.
The biggest change is a new “Suggestions” tab in the photo editing menu, which will offer recommendations for edits for

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AIOps uses AI, automation to boost security

When the 2020 coronavirus pandemic forced workers across the United States to stop congregating in offices and work from home, Siemens USA was prepared to protect its newly remote workforce and identify and repel potential data breaches. It turned to AIOps—artificial intelligence for IT operations—and a specialized security system to immediately secure and monitor 95% of its 400,000 PCs, laptops,

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Sanitizing Butlers, UV Robots, Disinfection Rooms: ‘Covid Cleaning’ Solutions Are The Latest Luxury Amenities

Covid prevention has risen to the top of the luxury perks. Sanitizing butlers and light-wielding robots are just the beginning.

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Astronauts on the ISS are hunting for the source of another mystery air leak

In the middle of the night on Monday, the two cosmonauts and one astronaut on the International Space Station were woken up by a call from mission control. They were told that there was a hole in a module on the Russian side of the station, responsible for leaking precious air out of the $150-billion spacecraft and into the vacuum

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7 Creative Uses of AI in Digital Payments

AI or Artificial Intelligence is known for streamlining processes securely, but when it comes to the digital payment solution, AI goes beyond streamlining and offering security. AI brings automation and enables users to monitor online payments. It’s interesting the jot down seven highly amazing uses of AI in the payment industry.
How AI Transforms Digital Payment Industry?

Neural

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