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Google’s AI Acquisition Could Be the Next Breakthrough Innovation

Google’s AI Acquisition Could Be the Next Breakthrough Innovation

Google has done some pretty spectacular things. They’ve gone from being the world’s best search engine to a standing powerhouse of innovation in tech. The list of homegrown products spans across Gmail, the Android OS, the Pixel smartphone and Google Glass, to …Continue reading

Day 1 of Google’s Annual Developer Conference Brings Spate of New Applications

Day one of Google’s annual three-day developer conference brought together industry experts from all across the world and a spate of announcements from Google. During the keynote address, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced that the company has reached the milestone of getting …Continue reading

Data Science Lab Director Awarded World Bank Grant

Information Technology University (ITU) faculty member and Data Science Lab Director Dr Faisal Kamiran has won a World Bank innovation award for his research on the identification of hotspots for harassment of women in public transport. His team has been awarded $100,000 …Continue reading

Google Can Help Detect Breast Cancer Using Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence, also known as AI, has been making leaps and bounds especially in the healthcare domain. Now Google is using AI to review patients biological tissue samples in order to detect breast cancer. The results of this technology have been revealed …Continue reading

Education Startup at Plan9 Secures Product Acceleration Investment

An education sector startup under incubation at Plan9 has raised product acceleration investment including technical and operational support from Shopistan, a company that provides products and managed services to e-commerce retailers. The announcement was made through a press release last week. Nearpeer, …Continue reading

Why Intel’s Job Cuts May Be Just the Beginning

Intel is cutting 12,000 workers as it faces the financial consequences of underestimating a profound shift in computing from desktop computers to pocket-sized devices. And more trouble may lie ahead. The rate at which Intel makes technological advances suddenly seems to be …Continue reading

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