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Robots take over Chinese factory, 250% productivity raise is result

  • 08/02/2017 at 00:53 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • News

RobotsRobots have been threatening to become the new workforce for generations. It has been a cause of alarm for many in production and other medial jobs, where bots have slowly been automating processes. Now a Chinese company has made the switch, and it has made a huge difference.

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Samsung will be releasing a digital AI assistant

  • 08/11/2016 at 23:57 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

SamsungSamsung has announced their plans to release their own version of Siri/Cortana, a brand new digital AI assistant set to launch with the Samsung Galaxy S8.

It comes on the tail end of perhaps the most contentious year in Samsung’s history. The continued fires set by the Galaxy 7 has left a sour taste in many mouths. But they hope to change their image with the next incarnation of hte flagship by including a host of new features. One will be a new smart assistant, to compete with other brands.

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A look at the new cool Viv AI assistant

  • 12/05/2016 at 01:28 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

VIV AIThe creators of Siri have announced a brand new creation from their brilliant minds, the artificial intelligence assistant named Viv.

Apple based Siri has become both a technological powerhouse, and a cultural touchstone. Now the creators behind it have moved on to the next stage.

Viv is a more advanced AI that works by connecting to multiple sources of information and drawing responses right from the pools of data themselves. No more regurgitating web search results; this assistant is smarter, sleeker, and more accurate. Not to mention more knowledgeable, with the ability to jump from source to source to bring back the best possible answer.

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Google’s AlphaGo Beats Human Go Champion

Google's AlphaGo beats human Go championGoogle’s AlphaGo beats human Go champion in a match of Go, an ancient Chinese board game. Beating humans at board games has been a great milestone in testing various computer algorithms in order to prove their competence. This tradition has started with the game of tic-tac-toe, but more complicated games have been added. Chess has been the go to game for testing algorithms for years. In the recent years, Google has also created an algorithm that can play a number of Atari games without any additional input other than the pixels on the display.

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