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Google helping teachers through technology

Great teachers inspire us, listen to us and learn from us; they bring the most mundane subjects to life. Technology can help great teachers do what they do best—stimulating minds and fostering skills in the next generation—and make learning even more rewarding for students. Google is excited by the updates and improvements to their tools for the classroom that they’re announcing this week at the ISTE conference, one of the largest education technology gatherings in the world.
Facebook and Google blocking extremist propaganda

Facebook and Google blocking extremist propaganda

Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process. The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites and are under pressure to do so from governments around the world as attacks by extremists proliferate, from Syria to Belgium and the United States.
Google: Searching for health symptoms

Google: Searching for health symptoms

Picture this: you woke up today with a headache. It’s been getting worse all day, and you aren’t sure if you should be worried or not. So you open the Google app and start searching for your symptoms. After 20 minutes digging through health forums, chances are you're overwhelmed by all the complicated medical terms and breaking out in a sweat—whether that’s related to the headache or the overdose of info is unclear!
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Google Tango allows you to see more with your smartphone

Your phone can help you navigate from one side of the country to the other, help you share memories with friends, or even identify the song that's playing right now. But it can’t answer basic (and important) questions like, “Where’s the nearest building exit?” or “Will this couch actually fit in my apartment?” That’s because while your phone may know where you are in the world, it doesn’t know where you are in the room.
Google Motion Stills stabilization app for iOS

Google Motion Stills stabilization app for iOS

Google Today released Motion Stills, an iOS app from Google Research that acts as a virtual camera operator for your Apple Live Photos. Google Motion Stills stabilization app for iOSGoogle is using video stabilization technology, which freezes the background into a still photo; this results in looping GIFs and movies that come alive.
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Google Now, Siri and Alexa in virtual threesome

Why just use one assistant when you are able to get Amazon’s Alexa to control Google’s Now to activate Apple’s Siri? This voice-assistant three-way was enabled by using Amazon’s lately published Alexa...
Google AI now writes poetry

Google AI now writes poetry

- After its attempts to digest romance novels, one of Google’s artificial intelligence projects is now accidentally writing poetry, some of which would make the fictional Vogons proud. there is no one else in...
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Google’s looking for self-driving car, Knight Riders

If you live in Chandler Arizona, have a clean drivers licence, are prepared to drive 6-8 hours a day, five days a week and can type 40 words-per-minute. Then Google might...
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GBoard is alive

Gboard isn't just a rumor any longer...it's alive! There were rumors a few months back that Google was working on a new keyboard for iOS users and today that rumor became reality....
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Skynet (I mean Google Deepmind) has access to 1.6 mil health records

According to New Scientist, Google has access to 1.6 million United Kingdom, National Health Service (NHS) records. Documents obtained by New Scientist shows that “The tech giant’s collaboration with the UK’s National...
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New York Times is Delivering Google Cardboard to it's Digital Subscribers

Google is partnering with the New York Times again to distribute ‘Google Cardboard’ to it’s digital subscribers next month. For those of you who don’t know, Google Cardboard was part of a...

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