From operating systems and apps to home devices and in-vehicle interfaces, Google is infusing AI everywhere. The idea is that AI will help people be more productive in all aspects of their lives, whether they're in a corporate setting or need help reading signs on the subway. With Google Assistant at the core of many announcements, including the next-generation Duplex, it's clear how new AI capabilities will bring more value to many of Google's products -- and potentially help Google build up its sources of revenue beyond ad sales. … [Read more...] about Google I/O: From ‘AI first’ to AI working for everyone
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It's been suggested that Google could just outsource its technical approval process to some third-party contractor outside the U.S., meaning it wouldn't be dealing with Huawei directly. But this wouldn't solve anything, since such a third party would quickly fall foul of U.S. law. As Ars' article explains, going through a proxy doesn't let you dodge export law. This is the same issue which dragged ARM, a British company dealing in American IP from U.S. universities, into the Huawei ban. … [Read more...] about Boxed in by tech and law, how can Huawei keep its Android update promise?
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— BR1CK (@BR1CKmixer) February 18, 2020 People who don't want to play games competitively aren't "weak." Those who want to play a game for fun aren't "weak." To talk so concretely about games as a whole when so many games aren't competitive and people don't want to play that way is disheartening at best, but dangerous at worst. Ninja is such a huge name and his words have power, so to demean a huge chunk of the gaming audience is not only a bad look, but it pushes forward some horrible inaccuracies. … [Read more...] about Ninja’s comments show how games continue to be inaccesible, and it sucks