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Google is Ruling Artificial Intelligence

In November 2007, Google laid the basis to dominate the mobile market by launching Android, an open ­source operating system for smartphones. After eight years to the month, Android has an 80% market share and Google is utilizing a similar

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Google Leverages Computer Vision to Enhance the Performance of Robot Manipulation

The possibility that robots can figure out how to directly see the affordances of actions on objects (i.e., what the robot can or can’t do with an item) is called affordance-based manipulation, explored in research on learning complex vision-based manipulation

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What Skills Data Scientists Need to Master in 2020?

Without the help of experts, it is impossible to churn out the appropriate insights from the given data across any organization. The interdisciplinary field of data science is growing with great relevance and so do data scientists. They deal with

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Significant Implications of Google CEO Sundar Pichai Heading Alphabet

Recently, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has replaced Larry Page and Sergey Brin from Alphabet Inc. The latter serves as a parent company to Google. Both the founders have taken a retreat from their active management from the company after 21

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Alphabet X’s New Project to Make AI-Powered Robots That Can Learn on Their Own

Google’s parent company, Alphabet is now getting back into robotics after many years as the company’s R&D lab, called X, recently unveiled the Everyday Robot project. The project is designed to develop a general-purpose learning robot that can be taught

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Researchers at Google Achieve State-of-the-Art NLP Performance

Recently, researchers at Google have developed a new dataset named Colossal Clean Crawled Corpus and a unified framework and model dubbed Text-to-Text Transformer. It converts language problems into a text-to-text format. According to the researchers, in experiments with one of the

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Google: Not just a Search Engine

Google, as an organization, started as a graduate project in the lobbies of Stanford in 1998. Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin had the brilliant thought they could design algorithms to deal with the world’s public data all the more

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Notions of Quantum Supremacy Are Not Same for IBM and Google

The tech giant Google affirmed that it has achieved a breakthrough in quantum computing research. The company said that an experimental quantum processor has completed a calculation in just 200 seconds which other conventional supercomputers could do in thousands of

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Google Plans to Triple Its Cloud Computing Workforce in Latin America by 2020

The tech giant Google expects to increase its customer workforce by three times to support cloud computing services in Latin America by the end of the year 2020. At the Google Cloud Summit in Sao Paulo, Google Cloud’s director in

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Why Google’s Quantum Supremacy Still Not a Complete Success?

Soon after Sundar Pichai joined Google as CEO in 2015, the company began its journey to remake itself as an “AI first” company. Google already possessed a number of research-oriented AI divisions such as Google Brain and DeepMind and the

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