The start of a new year is a great time to de-stress from the holidays and plan vacations for the year. While we can’t promise shorter security lines, extra leg room or a suite with an ocean view, we’re introducing a couple of new features in the Google Assistant to make your travels a little smoother.
Think of it as a chance to rest your eyes up ahead of the New Year’s Day college football frenzy in front of that new big screen TV. Simple story: our podcast does best when, and where, other media don’t — while listeners are trapped in a commute and catching up on the latest episode.
Artificial Intelligence is not just the next big wave in computing — it’s a major turning point in human history. Intel is working with policymakers to create an environment that both fuels AI innovation and maximizes its social benefits well into the future.
Computing is still in its infancy. We know that the future holds more than projections for an incalculable number of connected devices, artificial intelligence, robots and sensors. All of these technologies will have to come together to create the offices and homes of the future.
Zettabytes of the world’s data sits trapped on legacy tapes, stuck in offsite vault storage. Today, this data may be more useful than ever; with the power of AI and deep data analytics, it can provide greater intelligence than ever to solve problems. Older data can also be valuable, or even necessary, for maintaining regulatory compliance. Yet this data is disconnected, hard to access, and sits deteriorating on aging technology.
In recognition of the increasing importance of artificial intelligence (AI) on future innovations, Samsung Electronics has been investing in and expanding its AI capabilities by establishing seven Global AI Centers in 2018. Founded in May, Samsung AI Center-Moscow (SAIC-Moscow) has already made marks winning a series of highly prestigious Global AI competitions.