With Google’s AI system recently demonstrating that it can accurately diagnose 26 skin conditions to the same accuracy as US board-certified dermatologists, there is an increasing buzz around the potential of AI in automation.
This week, Google has announced that it will begin wrapping up its App Maker service
Google has developed a tool which aims to tackle climate change by providing cities with valuable data.
Google’s security researchers have found evidence of a two-year long attack on iPhones.
Anthony Levandowski, who worked on autonomous vehicles at Google, has been charged with stealing trade secrets from the company.
Google has announced a new machine learning model for tracking hands and recognising gestures, giving once soundless sign language a voice.
Google is rolling out its brand new augmented reality (AR) add-on to Maps to ensure you never get lost again.
Flagging cabs or giving thumbs up, gestures are a key communication tool for our species. Hand movements can speak for us, so could they be used in IoT?
As human beings, we mentally separate digital from reality. The cloud has consequences though. Servers take up space. The internet has a carbon footprint.
The internet browser tab was a deceptively big innovation. Remember opening another window to multitask? Now you can game from the cloud on the same window.
With self-driving taxis and snow-melting pavements, Toronto’s waterfront was set to be the most technologically advanced smart city in the world.
AI is often reliant on largescale datasets supplied by humans to learn an algorithm. AlphaGo Zero, however, has successfully taught itself.