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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

‘Smart Reply’ Automatically Responds to Your E-mails

Google’s Inbox e-mail app has a new feature called Smart Reply, which is able to read incoming e-mails and send back an appropriate response. Machine learning, which understands the essence of an e-mail and writes various reply options, is used by Smart Reply. Computers use machine learning to recognise patterns and make judgements on their own with the help of ...

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TensorFlow Teaches Computers to Think Like Humans

Google’s TensorFlow – which is now free – helps train computers in artificial intelligence so that one day, computer systems may solve problems through planning, reasoning, and abstract thinking much like humans. Some business leaders and computer scientists believe that a breakthrough in the field of artificial intelligence may soon take place, but others are more sceptical and say that ...

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New Self-Navigating Drones Fly at High Speeds

A doctoral student at MIT built a drone that is able to avoid objects on its own, without the need for human assistance and without knowing the area beforehand. The drone – shown in a video clip posted by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory – was able to avoid obstacles like trees, while flying ...

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Google Brings VR Expeditions to More U.S. Schools

"Google's Expedition Program"

Search giant Google brings VR Expeditions to more U.S. schools staying truthful to the promise that the company has made this September, namely, to use advanced technology for the improvement of education. Thanks to their initiative 15 more cities across the globe will have the possibility to incorporate virtual reality in their traditional classrooms. Google promised us at the end ...

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Origami-Inspired Graphene Robots Self-Fold

A new study suggests that self-folding graphene paper may be used in the future to create various things from artificial muscles to miniature robots. Researchers from Donghua University in China found that heating a sheet of graphene paper (which is between 100 and 300 times stronger than steel) can make it fold into a device that has the ability to ...

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What Xiaomi’s Mi Band Pulse Can Do

"Xiaomi's Mi Band Pulse"

Fitness trackers are not new to us, but some devices manage to get out attention simply because they cost less and are much more attractive than the rest. Once you find out what Xiaomi’s Mi Band Pulse can do, you will definitely consider purchasing a so-called cheap fitness tracker. After a one-year pause, Chinese smartphone producer, Xiaomi, has created a ...

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Arrives on Xbox This November

"Lara Croft in the Rise of the Tomb Raider 2015"

As previously stated, the sequel of Rise of the Tomb Raider arrives on Xbox this November with new and interesting features. Judging from our first experience with the game, we may assume the 2015 version of the game has seen several improvements, but there is still room for more. Players have been, once again, impressed with Lara Croft. This time, ...

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Floating Wind Turbines The Future of Clean Energy

A fossil fuel company will build floating turbines on the northeast coast of Scotland, in an attempt to venture into the renewable energy market. The Scottish government gave permission to Statoil – a Norwegian multinational oil and gas company in Stavanger, Norway – to create the largest floating wind farm in the world off the Scottish coast. Hywind is the ...

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Computer Chips ‘Smell’ Spoiling Food

Scientists in Massachusetts have developed computer chips that can tell whether the food is on the verge of going bad. Previously, they also built computers that could foresee educational outcomes, could drive cars and could play chess. C2Senese – a startup company in Massachusetts – created technologies called “disruptive gas sensing” that are able to sense the smell of spoiling food. ...

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Google Upgraded Google Maps with Holiday Working Hours

"Google Christmas logo"

According to an official press release, Google upgraded Google Maps with holiday working hours on Friday afternoon. The new feature is meant to help users plan their holiday shopping sessions by visiting only the shops that are open. Google has foreseen another need that users were not even aware of, such as, the necessity to know the working hours of ...

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