Code Your Own AI Assistant Using Python

As his 2016’s challenge, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he’ll be coding his own AI personal assistant. While I don’t know about the progress made by him in this endeavour, there are many existing resources that you can use to create something similar for yourself. Python is one of the most popular…

Microsoft Ads keeps mocking the MacBooks

Both Microsoft and Apple are preparing to launch new laptops this year, but it’s only the Redmond-based company that’s making a big fuss about its existing lineup. In a hilarious attack on the Mac, Microsoft says – well, sings – that the Macs are less useful, just like as a hat for your cat. The…

Try This Free AI Tool By Google

Google has just open-sourced its ‘Parsey McParseface’ AI tool and it understands English Google has open-sourced its neural network framework, SyntaxNet to include new language parsing model for English, which it calls ‘Parsey McParseface.’ This is a tool that developers can use to analyze English text. In other words, developers will be able to swindle…

Job Interview with Elon Musk ? He Asks Only Two Questions

Elon Musk is a billionaire, technology entrepreneur with next-gen companies like Tesla and SpaceX on his business card. He intends to hire the best minds for his futuristics endeavours. But, he is a busy person. So what it’s like to face Elon Musk in an interview? Jeff Nelson, a former Googler and the person who…

PS Now for PC officially revealed and coming soon

Sony has officially confirmed the rumors, promising to release PS Now for PC in parts of Europe “soon” with North America following closely behind. PS Now allows you to stream PS3 games, and the company already offers over 400 titles to choose from. It was previously only available on Sony hardware, including the PS4 and…

Leak claims that Xiaomi smartwatch may arrive this week

Xiaomi already sells an impressively cheap fitness tracker with its Mi Band 2, but the company’s long-rumored smartwatch is still a mystery. Now a new leak claims the device could make its debut at an event in China later this week. The company will allegedly unveil its first smartwatch on August 25, according to reports…

OpenAI Teaches An AI How to Speak Using Reddit

ONLY THE BEST FOR THE BEST Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence (AI) company OpenAI just received a package that took $2 billion to develop: NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang just delivered the first DGX-1 supercomputer to the non-profit organization, which is dedicated to “advance digital intelligence in the way that is most likely to benefit humanity as…

A new ‘mixed reality’ wireless VR headset by Intel

Today, Intel announced a new virtual reality reference design it’s calling Project Alloy, a cordless system the company says contains everything you need to have a VR experience without extraneous components. That means the headset contains the computational and graphics power necessary to create the virtual images and an internal battery for power, as well…

Augmented reality is the Core technology for Apple

Apple sees augmented reality (AR) as a “core” technology, and the company is already doing “a lot of things” with AR. The news comes from Apple CEO Tim Cook who spoke at great length in an interview about his job and its challenges. DON’T MISS: The coolest technologies that are being pitched to NASA Right…

Google’s new Fuchsia OS runs on everything

Android might be installed on over 1 billion devices, but that doesn’t mean Google isn’t working on other operating systems – like the new, mysterious OS called “Fuchsia”. Fuchsia, according to Google’s own description simply means “Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new Operating System). There’s nothing more than that, but Android Police reports that…

Tesla is getting more sensors for it’s Autopilot system

Tesla’s next-generation Autopilot platform will have more radar and camera sensors according to a report from Electrek. It’s not known when the new suite will arrive, but Tesla CEO Elon Musk said recently that autonomous driving is coming “sooner than people think.” The new system is said to gain four more radar modules in addition…

Chrome will stop all Flash services next month

Flash’s swift decline is imminent, as Google is preparing to block all content that uses the software in its Chrome browser. Larger Flash content has been blocked in the popular browser for awhile now, Google is extending its coverage to the smaller stuff too. Tacking platforms and page analytics are among that, and can slow…