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5 Ways to Optimize for Personalized Search

5 Ways to Optimize for Personalized Search

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Are Patent Claims Coming for Your WS2812?

Are Patent Claims Coming for Your WS2812?

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There are some components which are used within our sphere so often as to become ubiquitous, referred to by their part number without the need for a hasty dig through a data sheet to remind oneself just what we are talking about. You can rattle a few of them off, the 555, the 741, the ESP8266, and so on. In the world of LEDs, the part that most immediately springs to mind is the Worldsemi WS2812 addressable LED. This part consists of three LEDs in red, green, and blue, all in the same package with a serial interface allowing a chain of individually addressable multicolour lights to be created. We’ve seen them in all sorts of places, and if you don’t recognise the part number then perhaps you will by one of the names they’re sold under: Neopixel. Yesterday we received an email f
Google is planning a censored version of its search engine …

Google is planning a censored version of its search engine …

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Google has been planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in China under a project code-named Dragonfly, according to documents obtained by The Intercept. The project started last year in April after Sundar Pinchai’s meeting with the Chinese government. Google engineers have built two different versions of the search engine Android app and will likely be launched in 6-9 months after government approval. Google pulled out of China in 2010 after criticism from civil rights groups and the US government for censoring results leaving the market to Baidu. Rumors of Google’s comeback have been circling for a while. The company has been slowly entering the Chinese market by launching its Translate a
AI and precision engineering, Google to release TPU AI Chip…

AI and precision engineering, Google to release TPU AI Chip…

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The following are some of the AI stories we are tracking:How Robot Hands Are Evolving to Do What Ours CanOne of the areas that artificial intelligence comes really handy is precision engineering. One particular field that is evolving is robotic engineering. Controlling a robotic hand to perform complex tasks on its own instead of manning it is now possible thanks to advances in AI and machine learning. Read how AI-powered robotic hands can learn more complex tasks on their own on New York Times.Google bolsters edge computing strategy with a new version of its TPU AI chips for edge devicesThe global search giant is working on fusing the Internet of Things devices with AI. Google has announced its Cloud IoT Edge software and Edge TPU chip, which will be released as a reference design in O
Despite Pledging Openness, Companies Rush to Patent AI Tech

Despite Pledging Openness, Companies Rush to Patent AI Tech

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At Google’s cloud computing conference in San Francisco last week, CEO Sundar Pichai mused on his company’s commitment to openness, and artificial intelligence.“We create open platforms and share our technology because it helps new ideas get out faster,” Pichai said. Then he namechecked TensorFlow, the machine learning software Google developed and uses internally. The company open sourced the code in 2015, and it has since been downloaded more than 15 million times. “We created TensorFlow to make it possible for anyone to use AI,” Pichai said.Such homilies to openness have become standard from the large tech companies competing intensely to develop AI technology. Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft have all, like Google, released as open source software that their own engineers use for mac
Google Redefines What is Considered Low Quality Content

Google Redefines What is Considered Low Quality Content

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Cision Acquires ShareIQ To Search, Track Performance Of Ima…

Cision Acquires ShareIQ To Search, Track Performance Of Ima…

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Cision announced on Monday the acquisition of Berlin-based ShareIQ, which finds, analyzes and indexes original pieces of visual content. The company’s patent-pending technology searches for images and earned media independent of text-based content.Searching for visual content that may or may not appear alongside text is a primary focus for Cision. “The world is going image-based,” said Kevin Akeroyd, Cision CEO. “The whole earned media and marketing communications industry really enables marketers to capture data for visual content not tied to text.”ShareIQ’s technology recognizes and monitors any type of earned media from images to logos, and enables marketers to monitor where products appear in pictures or where logos were placed next to tweets or in blog posts and written articles.Ma
Google touts G Suite momentum in office productivity battle

Google touts G Suite momentum in office productivity battle

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SAN FRANCISCO – Google may not usurp Microsoft’s office productivity dominance anytime soon, but the raft of updates to its G Suite portfolio rolled out at its Cloud Next event this week aim to build momentum as it woos business users with artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud capabilities. “One of the biggest themes of Google Next this year is the use of machine learning for better customer experience,” said Wayne Kurtzman, a research director at IDC.There are now 4 million businesses paying for G Suite, Google’s collection of productivity and collaboration apps that includes Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Hangouts Chat and Meet.“Since last year we have added more than one million businesses to G Suite, and the momentum we are seeing is across the globe and across companies of all si
Google Removes Public URL Submission Tool

Google Removes Public URL Submission Tool

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