In the next generation of software, machine learning won’t just be an add-on that improves performance a few percentage points; it will really replace traditional approaches. To give just one example: a decade ago, to launch a digital music service, you probably would have enlisted a handful of elite tastemakers to pick the hottest new […]Read More Eric Schmidt on Smarter Music…
Our spaceLab team is having fun with Artificial Neural Networks… via Do Computers Dream? | spaceLab.Read More Super Mario Bros, as dreamed by a computer
If you dig Brian Eno’s concept of Scenius, you’ll surely appreciate Google’s approach to innovation in 2014 by tapping into many minds from a like-minded community and fostering creativity by matching “thinkers” with the “doers.” Last summer it was widely reported Google was shifting away from the 20 percent time approach, but it appears they […]Read More Alfred Spector on How Google Does Fundamental Research Without a Separate Research Lab
Despite the buzz at CES about smart contacts that work in concert with glasses to project images, Google now announces that it is expanding from Glass into a broader approach to smart lens capabilities — with contacts. Except this isn’t for taking pictures and accessing the anytime web like Glass. It’s more of a wearable […]Read More Google goes public on smart contact lens project
As Google buys Nest today, it increases the pressure for consumers to decide what type of operating system they want their home to run. And what types of off-the-shelf and add-on devices they should buy. Is your connected home a Mac or a PC? Apple or Android? The internet of things works best when the […]Read More Is your automated home a Mac or a PC?