Posts Tagged: finding

Google Gboard test makes finding a relevant GIF even faster

The whole point of Google's Gboard is to help you find relevant items without leaving your phone's keyboard, but how do you know there's something useful available while you're casually typing away? You might get a clue soon enough. Android Police…
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AI can have trouble recognizing diversity and MIT research is finding out why

According to MIT research, facial recognition programs don’t recognize minorities as often as they do Caucasian faces and it’s likely because the photos used to train the artificial intelligence were limited.

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Google’s new and improved Maps does away with the clutter to make finding places easier

Google’s rolling out an update to Maps that makes it easier to spot areas of interest and venues. Other new features include a Wi-Fi mode and public transit delay/cancellation notifications.

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Facebook pays 10-year-old $10,000 for finding Instagram security flaw

A 10-year-old from Finland recently found a security flaw on Instagram that allowed him to delete any comment on the site. His reward for reporting the flaw? A cool $ 10,000. Ironically, the youngster isn’t old enough to have an Instagram account.

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