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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…

via Google publishes ‘smart cookie’ recipe created in conjunction with artificial intelligence — 9to5Google

Google Sheets updated with new machine learning features — AIVAnet

Sheets is gaining automatic suggestions to speed up your workflow. If there’s one thing that’s been synonymous with Google this year, it’s been machine learning. Google’s gone all-in with machine learning and artificial intelligence for many of its services and apps, and the latest to be injected with these is Google Sheets. Google made this announcement via a blog post on December 6, and the biggest changes coming as a result of this include automatically-suggested actions based on what you’re doing. Now, Sheets can automatically suggest a pivot table to visually represent your numbers, data for rows and columns when working with a pivot table, and formulas that are based around the data you’re working with. Along with this, Google says financial professionals will be able to &#82

via Google Sheets updated with new machine learning features — AIVAnet

Google takes aim at medtech for Launchpad Studio’s first batch of AI-focused startups

Google has been going all-in on AI and machine learning for some time now, and part of that is, of course, nurturing the growing ecosystem around it, from developer tools to startups. Their latest effort targets one vertical at a time, fostering startups looking to make deep changes to industries lagging behind the cutting edge;…

via Google takes aim at medtech for Launchpad Studio’s first batch of AI-focused startups — TechCrunch

Google Photos will compensate for your shaky

Google Photos will compensate for your shaky
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The latest update for Google Photos brings some of the same features introduced in the standalone Motion Stills app into the main product, making it easier to edit, stabilize and share Live Photos taken on an iPhone. Like Motion Stills, Google Photos uses advanced stabilization to create moving images with frozen backgrounds or wide, sweeping pan shots. Once you’ve edited those wobbly Live Photos into something a little more stable, Google Photos now allows you to export the finished product as a video file to your camera roll — meaning you can actually share them with friends on Android devices. In addition to the new stabilization feature, the latest update also adds some new photo organizational features like the ability to sort photos in albums chronologically and choose new thumbnails for your friends’ faces in People. The upda

via Google Photos will compensate for your shaky-cam Live Photos — AIVAnet

How to Get Ads for Your Website

How to Get Ads for Your Website

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Get your Ads up and working for your website by following these 9 easy steps. To start your campaign, go to AdWords.google.com, find the “Get started now” button, and sign up for an AdWords account. Once you’re logged in, click the “Create your first campaign” button.”

via (A) How to Get Ads for Your Website (4 min read) — The Millionaire’s Digest

Android Nougat’s ‘flowered’ home button animation will be tied to Google Assistant, and it looks awesome

Android Nougat’s ‘flowered’ home button animation will be tied to Google Assistant, and it looks awesome

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We’ve seen several big leaks over the past few weeks in regard to the upcoming release of Android Nougat, however within those we’ve seen one common element, a “flowered” home button. Usually Google’s home button in the navigation bar is a constant icon, but in this upcoming release it looks as though that might change,…

via Android Nougat’s ‘flowered’ home button animation will be tied to Google Assistant, and it looks awesome — 9to5Google