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As advances in artificial intelligence grow, companies are looking for new applications and fields to apply the technology. One whimsical output sees Google applying AI to creating food and more topically baking cookies. Fortunately, all are able to benefit from this “advancement” with the company publishing the recipe. more…
Median Pay For Some Silicon Valley Interns Up To $8,000 A Month
We all are creatives. We have creative mind, even though we live in any part of the world. Our curiosity need to know what are the perks we can get for our hard work. 🙂
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – Interns at top Silicon Valley tech companies are being well compensated, earning thousands of dollars a month, according to a new analysis. The Mill Valley job site Glassdoor said of all the Bay Area tech firms, Facebook pays its interns the most. Median monthly intern pay at the Menlo Park-based social…
WeWork is best known as an easy way for small startups to rent office space by the month, but the company is now experimenting with working with huge customers. On Friday, Microsoft announced it will rent office space from WeWork for 300 of its employees in New York City as well as for a 37-person…
Top 10 Programming Languages to Learn in 2017
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This popular Japanese snack can teach you how to code
Glico, that Japanese company that makes a bunch of popular snacks like Pocky, has created what’s probably the most delicious way to learn basic coding. It has launched a new app called Glicode, which features a character you can control by taking photos of your noms. Seriously. You know how Pocky’s basically a biscuit stick covered in chocolate, strawberry and all sorts of yummy flavors? Well, you have to position and arrange them in a way that the app can translate into digital commands, and then take a photo. If you do things right, your character can move through obstacles. The app is now out for Android, though it looks like the company is also developing an iOS version. We were able to download it just fine, so it’s definitely available outside Japan. As you can guess, Glico conjured up this project for kids, but there’s absolutely no reason you can’t try it out. After all, nobody can tell you not to play with your food anymore.