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Samsung expands artificial intelligence lab in Montreal

Samsung is expanding its Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) artificial intelligence (AI) Lab Montreal to deepen its focus on research and drive competitiveness in system semiconductors. Located at the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA), the AI lab will work on research to “develop disruptive innovation and breakthrough technologies, including new deep learning algorithms and next generation of on-device AI,” according to Samsung. In addition to recruiting more AI experts, Samsung is planning to dispatch R&D personnel in its…

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Drone makes history by delivering organ for successful transplant – National

A drone in Maryland has made history after it became the first unmanned aircraft to deliver a donor kidney to surgeons, who successfully transplanted the organ in a patient with kidney failure. Transplant physicians and researchers at the University of Maryland’s school of medicine and its medical centre teamed up with aviation and engineering experts to fly the organ to the 44-year-old patient, said the university last week. READ MORE: Organ donor cards replaced by online system in Manitoba “The…

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A Conversation with Ilya Sutskever – Gigaom

Today’s leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese About this Episode Episode 85 of Voices in AI features host Byron Reese and Ilya Sutskever of Open AI talk about the future of general intelligence and the ramifications of building a computer smarter than us. Listen to this one-hour episode or read the full transcript at www.VoicesinAI.com Transcript Excerpt Byron Reese: This is Voices in AI brought to you by GigaOm and I’m Byron Reese. Today my guest is Ilya…

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Mozilla updates its Firefox Add-on Policy

Mozilla will make changes to Firefox Add-on policies in June 2019 that are designed to improve user safety and privacy when using extensions. Starting in June 2019, extensions may no longer contain obfuscated code. Caitlin Neiman, Mozilla’s Add-ons Community Manager notes that extensions may still use minified, concatenated or otherwise machine-generated code, but that the source code needs to be included and that obfuscation is not allowed anymore. Mozilla will improve the blocking process as well to block extensions “more…

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Microsoft promises to be even more transparent about data it collects

Microsoft announced three improvements in regards to privacy and data collection on April 30, 2019. The steps, revealed by Microsoft Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Julie Brill, on the official Microsoft Blog, are designed to “give customers increased transparency and control over their data that is used by Microsoft’s major products”. The three steps, categorization of data, increased transparency, and a new biannual privacy report, address feedback of Microsoft customers in regards to privacy. Brill notes that customers…

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Reason to Invest in Online Stock Trading you need to know

Where the advancement in the world and technology boom among all the industries is bringing ease & comfort for us. It is also bringing exceeding expenses with it. Managing your expenses nowadays in a fixed income can be difficult sometimes. Then you start searching for ways from where you can earn some extra cash. Increased demand for people searching for ways to earn extra money have created various options as solutions. One of them is the online investment. Online Investments…

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Best Buy puts Pixel 3a XL on display ahead of Google announcement

Android Headlines Google is tipped to launch two new phones next Tuesday, the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Though Google itself has yet to confirm them, a Best Buy store has eliminated almost any doubt the phones are coming soon by showing off some of the goods in store. Android Police received photos of Pixel 3a XL retail boxes said to have been taken at a Best Buy store in Springfield, Ohio. They reveal a couple of Pixel 3a XLs…

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This New Storage Method Can Put Library-Sized Data In A Teaspoon Of Protein

Trying to come up with new ways of data storage methods that last long enough, researchers at Harvard University seem to have devised a way that could fit library-sized data into a teaspoon of protein. It is suggested that the researchers have come with a way of storing data in molecules, specifically oligopeptides. Oligopeptides made up of amino acids are deemed easier to store data and even cheaper than DNA. How Is Data Stored In Molecules? Fitting data on molecules…

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The 5 Best Benefits Of Google Reviews In Your Business

Google reviews work efficiently through an online platform to develop a business overnight. It shows the reflection of the global success of a brand or company. Entrepreneurs are just around the whole world and they are competitive on their deal always. In case to refresh the charm of an e-commerce sector, it is valuable to have 5-star reviews. Let it be a great looking restaurant, a pet shop, furniture, decorator or IT farm, reviews can play more than a significant…

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A Conversation with Amir Husain – Gigaom

Today’s leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese About this Episode Episode 86 of Voices in AI features Byron speaking with fellow author Amir Husain about the nature of Artificial Intelligence and Amir’s book The Sentient Machine. Listen to this one-hour episode or read the full transcript at www.VoicesinAI.com Transcript Excerpt Byron Reese: This is Voices in AI brought to you by GigaOm, and I’m Byron Reese. Today my guest is Amir Husain. He is the founder and CEO…

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Google brings Detective Pikachu Playmoji and AR stickers to all Pixel phones and selected Moto and LG phones – Ausdroid

Google has over the past month been busy releasing AR stickers and Playmoji features to Pixel and other devices. Now the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie is coming to Pixel Phones whilst LG and Moto devices will see Pickachu and other Pokemon AR stickers. Google overnight announced the news via a blog postthat it was launching a POKÉMON Detective Pikachu Playmoji pack today ahead of the movies release next week. Pixel users will find it in the Playground section of their…

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7 Things That Can Spoil Your Relationships With Your Students

Teaching should be about guiding and inspiring your students, not punishing them Has something like this ever happened to you? You’re about to start a new course at university. You’re excited and ready to invest your whole reservoir of productivity to do your absolute best. But, after a few lectures, you realize that you hate it, you don’t want anything to do with it, and you’re absolutely turned off. Why? Your professor absolutely murdered your motivation. According to the stats,…

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Subscriber Special: Great Price on Coaching

May 28th-31st: Coaching or Mentoring BOGO — Buy one month; get the second free Do any of these sound like you? Your kindergartners don’t know what ‘enter’, ‘spacebar’, ‘click’ or many other techie words mean but you need to teach them to keyboard, internet, and become digital citizens. How do you start? You have new students in your class who haven’t had technology training. The rest of the class has. How do you catch them up? Your principal wants you to teach…

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Artificial Intelligence Future (AI vs AI)

Artificial Intelligence Future (AI vs AI) AI is one of the hottest buzzwords in the industry now, there are lots of discussions happening around it, what is Artificial Intelligence Future, How Artificial Intelligence will change the future and son. If you love watching videos instead of reading, then watch the below video on the same topic. As we know, there’s always 2 sides to every story, in this article, we will look into 2 sides of Artificial Intelligence, basically some…

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Let the Music Play – Add Audio to Google Slides – The Techy Coach

Google just released a new feature allowing users to insert MP3 and WAV files into their slide presentations.  It’s very new and very simple to use.  While it may take time to show up on consumer accounts and education domains, be patient because it is well worth waiting for.  Here’s how to add audio:  Open a slideshow from Google Drive or navigate to http://slides.new Click Insert Choose Audio Locate your MP3 or WAV file and Select While selected, click Format…

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AudioNote App – Taking notes / drawing diagrams in the classroom with audio sync!

AudioNote is a fun app. AudioNote 2 is a new upgraded version. I’m trying to decide if it’s worth upgrading to the new AudioNote 2 version. So right now I’m using the AudioNote app on my iPhone. The app popped up a little window saying that I could upgrade to the new AudioNote 2 which has higher quality recordings. You get a free trial month and then it switches to an annual plan of $9.99 USD ($12.49 CAD) per year.…

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Samsung unveils new Notebook 9 Pen 2-in-1: Bigger size, better battery

Samsung has unveiled the 2019 edition of its high-end convertible, the Notebook 9 Pen. Aimed at creative professionals, it offers a new and improved built-in S Pen that works on a device that can be used as a laptop or tablet. The 2-in-1 is available with a 13-inch or 15-inch full HD LCD screens, both of which come with a dark-blue aluminum finish, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and Intel’s 8th generation Core i7 processors. The 15-inch model is…

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Fast speed 3.1 Gen 1 flash drives by Sony launched in India starting at Rs 850

Despite the convenience of cloud storage, there are times when you need USBs to transfer data and Sony’s new fast speed 3.1 Gen 1 flash drives are meant to do just that while also being durable. The three variants, USM-BA2, USM-CA2 and USM-MX3, come in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities.  USM-BA2 (above) and USM-CA2 (below) The new USBs by Sony have a metallic finish and are meant to help in ‘effective workflow’.  According to the company, the flash drives…

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How to Insert Text, Sign a PDF With Adobe Acrobat Reader

Need to edit a PDF document but don’t want to pay for the more expensive Adobe editors? You can add text to and sign a PDF with just the free Reader program. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. You’ve received a PDF file that you need to fill out, sign, and then return to the sender. In some cases, the sender may have created an electronic PDF…

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Amazon Echo Input review: Make any speaker an Alexa speaker for $35

If you have any interest in bringing Alexa into your home, the chances are good that you’ve already done so. After all, Amazon offers a broad selection of Echo speakers that are frequently on sale. In fact, right now, you can get a brand-new Echo Dot — one of the highest-rated Echo devices to date — for just $30. Earlier this month, you could get one for $24. If that didn’t get you to buy in, I’m not sure why…

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