Speaking of retrieval, there's a point to be made here. Pinecone does have its own query language, and it supports the type of CRUD operations people have come to expect from databases. But the way it does is not by using some SQL-clone, as you might expect from other types of databases. So how do you express the notion of a query, as in say, getting documents created after a certain date that contain a certain keyword? … [Read more...] about Pinecone, a serverless vector database for machine learning, leaves stealth with $10M funding
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Buy an Android if you want cheap 5GAndroid makers adopted 5G much more quickly than Apple, largely because companies like Qualcomm and MediaTek were fast to provide chipsets that support the standard, at a low cost. Forget the behind-the-scenes stuff and it means 5G Androids are available for $300/£300 or less if you know how to shop. … [Read more...] about Android vs iPhone: what’s the difference, and which is best for you?
That decision speaks to Google's willingness to break what works to lay the foundation for a better future smart home platform in Works with Assistant. That ambition, though often frustrating for users, is why Google has such impressive software across its varied products. Alexa is improving, but it can't close the gap with Google Assistant. And Google's superior user experience is further apparent in the intuitive design of the Nest Hub's ($70 at Best Buy) smart display, which is miles ahead of the Echo Show's ($230 at Best Buy). … [Read more...] about Amazon Echo’s Alexa vs. Google Home’s Assistant: Which smart speaker wins?
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Multitasking slows you down. If you do a lot of multitasking, you should be good at it, right? Not so, according to research out this year that found those who multitask more frequently are actually worse at it than those who conquer chores individually. In the study, multitaskers took longer to complete tasks, and when they had to switch tasks, they were slower at it. The findings add more evidence to the argument that certain multitasking situations, such as texting while driving, may not be wise, and even can be dangerous. … [Read more...] about 9 Things We Learned About Us in 2009