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Apple Acquired Machine Learning Startup Inductiv for Siri Improvements

Apple recently purchased Ontario-based machine learning startup Inductiv for the purpose of improving Siri, reports Bloomberg.Apple confirmed the purchase with

Google’s new smart textile tech lets you control music by pinching a cord

It also lets you perform actions by pulling a hoodie's strings

Deep-learning A.I. is helping archaeologists translate ancient tablets

2,500-year-old documents have confounded experts for years

Prosthetics that don’t require practice: Inside the latest breakthrough in bionics

Get ready for an entirely new generation of prosthetic limbs

How tech has impacted archaeologists’ hunt for long-lost civilizations

Satellite mapping, 3D modeling, and machine learning have become game-changers

A.I. translation tool sheds light on the secret language of mice

Ever wanted to know what mice are actually saying?

A brain scan could help reveal if antidepressants will work for a patient

An algorithm that looks at brainwaves could predict whether patients will benefit from certain medications.

Good at StarCraft? DARPA wants to train military robots with your brain waves

Could the tactical brilliance of strategy gamers be harnessed to train the swarm robot armies of the future?

Here’s an A.I. preview of what climate change will do to your neighborhood

Researchers are using machine learning to help the public visualize the impact of climate change and inform policymakers on what to do.

Artificial intelligence can now identify a bird just by looking at a photo

A new A.I. tool can identify up to 200 different species of birds just by looking at one photo. The technology comes from a team at Duke University that used over 11,000 photos of 200 bird species to teach a machine to differentiate them.

An ad-blocker for audio is part of next generation of ‘perceptual ad-blockers’

Adblock Radio is a new A.I. tool, similar to music-recognizing app Shazam, which uses machine learning to spot audio ads so users can skip them. Welcome to the world of perceptual ad-blockers.

This A.I.-powered app can spot skin cancer with 95 percent accuracy

SkinVision's skin cancer-detecting app lets users snap a quick photo of a potentially troubling spot and then uses an artificial intelligence algorithm to determine its risk factor.

The house appraiser of the future is probably an A.I. algorithm

To paraphrase The Terminator, the artificial intelligence developed by residential real estate company HouseCanary will not stop, ever, until your house is properly valued. Here's how it works.

Stuck in ELO hell? HP’s A.I. coach wants to help Omen owners become better gamers

HP has an exciting new update for its Omen Command Center software: A.I. coaching driven by machine learning. It uses the power of A.I. and analytics to figure out where you can best improve in your favorite game.

MIT’s AlterEgo system gives wearers an A.I. assistant in their heads

Imagine having an A.I. assistant in your head, capable of feeding you information without you needing to say a single word? That perfectly describes the AlterEgo wearable. Here's how it works.

IBM’s Wimbledon-watching A.I. is poised to revolutionize sports broadcasts

IBM has developed a smart A.I. with an appreciation for what makes a great tennis match. Here's how IBM developed it -- and why tools like like are the future of sport broadcasting.

What’s that liquid? IBM’s flavor-identifying ‘e-tongue’ will tell you

IBM Research has developed an A.I.-assisted e-tongue, capable of identifying different liquids based on their taste alone -- whether it's bottled water, industrial products, or even bodily fluids.

A learning bias found in kids could help make A.I. technology better

Researchers at New York University think that a type of learning bias that is present in kids could help make A.I. better when it comes to learning tasks like understanding language.

A learning bias found in kids could help make A.I. technology better

Researchers at New York University think that a type of learning bias that is present in kids could help make A.I. better when it comes to learning tasks like understanding language.

Animal-A.I. Olympics will test bots against the latest animal intelligence tests

The Animal-A.I. Olympics is a competition which aims to test top artificial intelligence agents by putting them through cognition tests designed for animals. Here's how you can enter.

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T-Mobile Tuesdays gives users three months of Google Stadia Pro

T-Mobile Tuesdays is a great app, and service for the carrier’s customers to get exciting offers and deals every Tuesday. This week’s deal will let you grab three months of Google Stadia Pro, giving access to the current library of games and for the months June, July, and August.If you are not aware of Google Stadia, it is a new way to play video games with the help of cloud computing and streaming. Similar to GeForce Now, you have access to a library of quality AAA games ranging from the Assassins Creed Games, Red Dead Redemption 2, and more.With cloud gaming, you don’t have to worry about downloading or installing. Just choose the game you want to play, or buy it, and you’re all set.You can play Google Stadia on any TV using the latest model of the Chromecast Ultra, but you’ll need a Stadia Controller (sold separately). You can also play on a computer that is able to run Google Chrome through Keybaord and Mouse or a compatible controller.Lastly, you can also play on your Android smartphone, but the current range of supported phones is very limited.You can play Stadia on a TV using Chromecast Ultra and a Stadia Controller, on a computer using Google Chrome with a supported gamepad or mouse and keyboard, or on a supported mobile device.If you’re curious about the benefit of Google Stadia Pro, here is what you get:Free games every monthThe ability to play games in 4K resolutionCurrently, you can get the following games for May:Destiny 2: The CollectionGridGyltSteamWorld Dig 2SteamWorld Quest: Hand of GilgamechOn June 16th, you can get:Get PackedLittle NightmaresPower Rangers: Battle for the GridSUPERHOTPanzer Dragoon RemakeThe Elder Scrolls OnlineTo take advantage of the three months of Google Stadia Pro, you just need to sign in to your T-Mobile Tuesday app where it will give you a code. You can redeem that code after you create a Google Stadia account.

Facebook let users hide and delete old posts

We all love sharing and posting stuff on Facebook. But, those of us who have been on the social media site for any length of time know that they’ve probably posted something they regret, or later find simply embarrassing. Facebook will soon let you get rid of those troubling posts with a few simple taps or clicks.Facebook helps sweep past mistakes under the rugIn the age of social media, even our old posts can come back to bite us. All it takes is one person to find a post from long ago to use against you. While you could take the time out to delete such posts manually, currently the process is very cumbersome.Facebook has plans to streamline the process and let you do it in bulk. Even adding in options of including search filters to help you make cleaning up posts much easier.HOW TO: Create a Legacy Contact for FacebookWhether you have an embarrassing picture from your teenage years, or perhaps said something troubling some time ago, you will be able to hide or delete those posts. Or maybe you just want to clean up things that you were tagged in that no longer represent you.Debuting exclusively on Facebook’s mobile app, and soon to desktop and Facebook Lite, users can Archive and/or Delete posts.Archiving posts means they’re added into your personal collection, and not deleted. These could be posts you don’t want others seeing, but bring back nostalgia or hold special memories for you. Archived posts are removed from your timeline and are put in a personal collection only accessible to you.Deleting posts works just the same. You can delete posts on your timeline. Initially you will get the option of deleting the post and waiting 30 days for it to get to permanently deleted. However, you can bypass this and delete the post immediately. Keep in mind that this will delete the post for good. It will not be possible to recover deleted posts, so think carefully.

This 21-inch HP monitor is yours for only $89.99

Despite the loosening restrictions and opening of various states, it looks like a lot of us will maintain a work-from-home routine for the foreseeable future. While this might lead to a few personal comforts, it can also expose problems.How good is your home computer monitor? It’s probably not as new or nice as the one you’ve been using at work. Maybe you’ve been using just one and are finding it’s time to add a second display to your home office setup.The refurbished HP 21kd 20.7″ LED Full-HD Monitor, on sale for just $89.99, is an inexpensive way to increase your productivity.The 20.7-inch monitor boasts full HD resolution and anti-glare properties and offers up a 6,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio along with a 5ms response time. That means it’s sharp, easy on the eye, and doesn’t have any blurring. Yeah, we know you watch Netflix instead of filing TPS reports.20.7″ widescreen display: Enjoy a better viewing experience than before1920×1080 resolution: Love the sharper, clearer graphics on the 1080p screen16.7 million colors at 60Hz: See your content w/ more vivid huesDVI & VGA inputs: Easily connect w/ other source devices such as desktops, laptops, and more-5° to 20° tilt range: Adjust the screen for more comfortable viewingVESA wall mounting holes: Ease your way w/ more installation optionBuy Yours!Pick up a certified refurbished HP 21kd 20.7″ LED Full-HD Monitor for just $89.99 in the AndroidGuys Deals Store today.The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. The product ships with all relevant accessories, a minimum 90-day warranty, and may arrive in a generic box.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Google enables bedtime tools for Android to help you sleep better

Sleep is an essential part of everyone’s routine. With the lockdown situation, there has been a rise in search queries related to “insomnia”, and “can’t sleep” for the months of April and May. To address this, Google has introduced a few bedtime tools to help achieve better sleep with the help of your phone.While we are all familiar with Digital Wellbeing, a feature introduced in Android 10, is now a dedicated app. And the app’s new “Bedtime mode” is more useful than ever.Google has introduced a few useful bedtime tools to help make sleeping and technology work together instead of against each other.A dark room, and quiet are essential to start the sleep cycle. Bedtime mode (formerly Wind Down) in Digital Wellbeing, your phone turns off visuals and audio to help you sleep. With the help of Do Not Disturb to turn off notifications for calls, texts, and other interruptions. The addition of Grayscale helps fade the colors on your phone to black and white and reduce the chance of you staying up.You can now schedule Bedtime mode, and even have it trigger automatically, or as soon as you plug your phone in for charge. Bedtime mode can also be added to your phones Quick Settings and is easier to reach than before. If you want to stay up a little longer, you can pause Bedtime mode and not interrupt the schedule in the app.Adding Clock into the sleep cycleSleeping and waking up at a fixed  time (even on off days) helps your body set a steady circadian rhythm, and significantly boost the quality of your sleep. If you use Google’s Clock app, there is now the addition of a Bedtime tab. You can set your daily sleep and wake times here and make the first step to a steady sleep schedule.Setting a sleep schedule and adjusting to bedtime habits with the help of Clock. It’s best to establish a wake-up time first in the Clock app and using that to decide the right bedtime schedule. Clock now lets you see your calendar for tomorrow and tell you how many hours of sleep you’ll get, letting you adjust your bedtime if needed.To help with sleep, you’ll now receive a reminder before your bedtime and get the option to play sounds from a complementary app like Spotify, YouTube Music, Calm, etc. If you combine Clock and Digital Wellbeing, you can limit interruptions when in sleep. If you do feel restless and use your phone past bedtime, you’ll be able to see how long and which apps you used in that period.The Sunrise Alarm & YouInstead of the traditional loud alarms, a gentler alarm tone helps wake you up more calmly. Using the Sunrise Alarm, you get a visual cue 15 minutes prior to your intended alarm. The tone can also be customized to a song you enjoy or any sound you prefer.YouTube and Bedtime Tools – Reducing binge watching before bedExclusive to Pixel devices, and coming to other Android devices later in the summer, you can set a bedtime reminder while using YouTube. If you indulge in watching videos close to your bedtime, YouTube will now pause to push notifications alerting you about your bedtime. You can choose to extend your bedtime but this will be logged in your Bedtime Mode.Bedtime Tools and Family LinkWith the combination of Bedtime and Family Link, you can manage your family’s screen time, in-app purchases, app downloads, and schedule bedtimes for their devices. Setting bedtime schedules and adjusting it from your app for everyone in the Family Link. Bedtime will lock the devices in the family device when bedtime comes, but the device can still be used to call if needed.With all these features in mind, Google has made it easier than ever for Android users and their families to achieve better sleep. The culmination of all the apps working together can help curb sleep problems and help families live healthier.