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Google is expanding really quickly and now it has included the blockchain search in its list.The search giant will launch an entire suite of tools for open source developers and they are already live.Allen Day is the advocate of Google Cloud developer. He will launch several tools for the blockchain along with his open source developers team .Credits: Tech HypeDay said,I’m very interested to quantify what’s happening so that we can see where the real legitimate use cases are for blockchain. So people can acknowledge that and then we can move to the next use case and develop out what these technologies are really appropriate for.Evgeny Medvedev, who is the lead developer, loaded transaction data discreetly for ethereum and bitcoin blockchains, along with basic search tools to BigQuery da
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jeff Dean, Head of Artificial Intelligence, Google For someone tasked with advancing a technology which, in the words of Google's chief executive, is "more profound than electricity and fire", Jeff Dean is a remarkably calm man.As the head of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the tech giant, he is responsible for leading a department that is integral to the future of Google, if not the future of human activity on Earth.That such a cosmic task doesn't...
Google’s next I/O developer conference will be taking place at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, CA starting May 7th. The details were sussed out by a crafty Twitter user by the name of Till Kottmann who used a shortcut accidentally hidden in a puzzle Google tweeted out this morning to find the relevant information hidden in a snippet of JSON code. Typically, the I/O puzzle takes a little longer to solve. This year, Google tweeted out an enigmatic, 12-line block of tweet with an accompanying URL that led to a video with equally enigmatic voiced narration of said text, put to a string of cryptic images and some pleasant ambient music. It’s not entirely clear what Google was going for here, but it’s safe to say it was likely some form of programming puzzle that most standa
Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Berlin (Photo credit: Sam Shead)Sam Shead Google's new Berlin office, launched on Tuesday by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, contains a number of artificial intelligence researchers and engineers. The search giant said in a press release that the office is home to "some AI researchers working on basic research and the application of artificial intelligence, especially deep learning." Google has over 1,400 employees across four German offices, including a German headquarters in Hamburg and a development center in Munich. Tech giants like Google, Amazon, and Facebook have opened up offices around the world to help them reach more customers and more potential sta
By Mike LaSusa Law360 (January 15, 2019, 10:31 PM EST) -- Google LLC scored a win in its fight with Israeli company Spring Ventures Ltd. over the technology behind the search giant’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” feature, when the Patent Trial and Appeal... To view the full article, register now. AddSearch Trends
A look at the exterior of Google's CES 2019 booth, which includes a really weird ride.Image: karissa bell / mashable By Karissa Bell2019-01-08 20:03:34 UTC CES is a weird place. There's strange tech literally everywhere, and it's totally normal to hear people un-ironically describe mundane things like door handles and toilets as "totally gorgeous." So when I heard that this year Google, back at the show for its second year in a row, had a full-on ride at their massive space outside the Las Vegas Convention Center, I wasn't so much surprised as curious about just how gimmicky the experience would be.Â I had no idea what I was in for. First off, the whole thing is an actual, honest-to-God ride. Seriously, a Google rep told me they had to pour an entire new foundation in orde
INSCMagazine: Get Social! Post Views: 539 All of us know that Google constantly favored top-quality cellular traffic. Which is obvious with its launching of the Mobilegeddon update previous year to recognize and reward websites that provide customers pleasant cellular experience? Accelerated mobile Pages or generally known as AMP at the moment is expanding to extra organic search results. However, the expanded rollout of AMP now might be a lot bigger. There may be no precise date as to how the entire rollout will spread. However, for now, Google is collecting data from developers, testers or even on normal users to permit them to show ideal search results. Thus far, there are over one hundred fifty million websites which have already tailored to AMP updates. Till lately, however, ...
It used to be that the fastest, easiest way to view the paintings of Johannes Vermeer was a Google Image search. Now you can just download an app and view the 36 works widely attributed to the artist in an augmented reality museum from the comfort of your home. The AR museum was created by Google Arts and Culture in partnership with some of the world’s most famous art museums, including the Mauritshuis, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick Collection, the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, the Rijksmuseum, and the Louvre. In total, 18 museums and private collections from seven countries contributed high-resolution images of the Vermeers in their possession, which were then compiled into a virtual museum by Google. It also includes an image of “The Concert”, which was stolen