Google’s New AI Can Predict the Possibility of Dying with 95% Accuracy

Google’s New AI Can Predict the Possibility of Dying with 95% Accuracy

What can be more terrible than have a chance to know the probability of dying. The company of Medical Brain team has created new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that can predict the possibility of a patient dying more correctly than a doctor can. Google’s Medical Brain was 95 per cent accurate in the first hospital and 93 per cent accurate in the second hospital. The paper was published in the “Journal Nature”.

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Google Resigning Employees Are Leaving the Company in Protest

Google Resigning Employees Are Leaving the Company in Protest

Google is working on a military drone project with the Department of Defense about three months but as if they aren’t satisfied because Google resigning employees are leaving the company in protest. The project’s name is Maven, which aims to speed up analysis of drone footage by automatically classifying images of objects and people, in which it is helping the Pentagon develop artificial intelligence for military drones.

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Google Lens Let You Know All Answers About the World Around You

There are a lot of questions that we do not know the accurate answers, and we always google each unknown thing finding more information about it. Google Lens created this opportunity for users to get all the answers that people have no idea, or need getting much more details. Last year, Google Introduced Google Lens in Photos and the Assistant. People are already using Google Lens, especially when they want to get the answers like “what type of dog is that?” or “what’s that building called?”.

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Google Releases VR Doodle 360-degree Interactive Video the First Time

Google Releases its VR Doodle 360-degree Interactive Video for the First Time

Google releases for the first time its VR Doodle to celebrate the French illusionist and film director on the anniversary of his 1912 his silent film: “À la conquête du pole”- On the Conquest of the Pole. The Doodle, called “Back to the Moon,” is a collaboration between Google Spotlight Stories (the company’s VR storytelling arm), Google Arts & Culture, and Cinémathèque Française.

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Google AI Can Identify Voices Just Looking at People's Faces

Google AI Can Identify Voices Just Looking at People’s Faces

Researchers explain how a new deep learning system (google AI) is able to identify voices just looking at people’s faces as they speak. It was released in a paper titled, “Looking to Listen at the Cocktail Party”. “People are remarkably good at focusing their attention on a particular person in a noisy environment, mentally “muting” all other voices and sounds,” Inbar Mosseri and Oran Lang, software engineers at Google Research noted in a blog post.

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Google Removed 3.2 billion Bad Ads in 2017

Google Removed 3.2 billion Bad Ads in 2017

Google indicates that it removed approximately 3.2 billion bad ads in 2017. The statistics shows that it is twice as many as in 2016. Consequently, Google threw out 320,000 ad publishers, blacklisted 90,000 websites and removed ads from 2 million pages per month. As states Google they blocked 79 million ads in their network for attempting to send people to malware-laden sites, and removed 400,000 of these unsafe sites last year. And, they removed 66 million “trick-to-click” ads as well as 48 million ads that were attempting to get users to install unwanted software.

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Google Helps to Analyze Drone Footage

Google Helps to Analyze Drone Footage

The US Defense Department is getting assistance from Google’s open-source AI software. The search giant’s AI will be helping the organization to analyze drone footage. First reported by Gizmodo, the tech giant has started up a pilot program with the Department of Defense’s Project Maven to develop AI that may quickly identify object classes from the extremely large amount of footage collected by drones and other ISR assets. Project Maven is also known the Algorithmic Warfare Cross-Functional Team (AWCFT). It is set up in April 2017 so that “accelerate DoD’s integration of big data and machine learning.” Google allows the US Department of Defense special access to TensorFlow, the company’s machine-learning software library, to help analyze photos from drones. Gizmodo says that some Google employees are not happy about providing their technology for military uses.

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Apple confirms using Google Cloud

Apple Confirms Using Google Cloud for iCloud Services

Apple updated a document on its websites last month to indicate that Apple is now using the Google Cloud for iCloud services. Earlier Apple had used remote data storage systems provided by Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Apple’s edition of the iOS Security Guide in March 2017 still listed Microsoft Azure instead of Google Cloud Platform. Some media outlets reported on Google’s iCloud win in 2016, but Apple never provided confirmation. Data stored on Google may contain contacts, calendars, photos, videos, documents and more, but Apple obsessed with the idea that Google has no means of accessing that data. The most recent update doesn’t point out whether Apple is using any Google cloud services other than core storage of “objects” like photos and videos. It is also unclear when Apple launched storing data in Google’s cloud. Microsoft declined to comment. Apple didn’t reply to a request for comment.

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