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March 21st, 2016

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Google-us-elections

The US presidential elections of 2016 continue to create a massive buzz online, enabling citizens to be more directly included in the hottest discussions. Online search, social networks and YouTube videos are booming with engagements and have become primary sources of real-time information on candidates and campaigns. To meet this increased demand for instant information […]

November 18th, 2015

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Google have been exploring the field of artificial intelligence for several years now, constantly improving the ways machines work for people. Recently, the company decided to share their intelligent resources with the world and move the boundaries of the research done in the field. Namely, on November 9th, the web magnate decided to open-source their […]

November 6th, 2015

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digital out-of-home (DOOH)

Eager to escape the apparently all too narrow confines of the screens of our smartphones, smartwatches, desktops, laptops and tablets, Google recently started dipping their toes into the waters of digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising. The goal behind the project is to expand the use of Google’s DoubleClick functionality and enable people to programmatically order billboard […]

September 8th, 2015

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Recent changes in Google’s branding and corporate structure received mixed feedback, surprisingly never escalating to anything even close to euphoria that often accompanies similar events. However, even those who had nothing else to say about the new corporate identity were inclined to notice that Google might be going Benjamin Button on us and ageing backwards, […]

August 23rd, 2015

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Google is currently developing intelligent algorithms that will be able to encode human thoughts as sequences of numbers and offer more intelligent operating systems. According to Professor Geoff Hinton, who has been working on Google’s intelligent OS for two years, the company will be able to give “common sense” to computers within only a decade. […]