Microsoft’s AI can convert images into Chinese poetry

Microsoft has recently taught its XiaoIce chatbot, a Chinese language conversational AI, how to interpret pictures as poems. We’re not sure if that counts as inspired writing, but it’s an interesting step toward better mimicking humans. It’s not the first AI to write poetry, but it’s the first that can generate Chinese language poems inspired […]

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Facebook will soon start listing where its largest pages are managed from

People who are managing Facebook pages with large American followings will now need to take extra steps to verify their identity, according to an announcement made by the company today. Now, if these managers want to continue to post on their pages, they’ll need to complete an authorization process that includes enabling two-factor authentication and confirming what […]

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Intel’s 9th generation processors will launch on 1st October 1st

Intel is about to be introduce its 9th generation processors in October. While Intel’s 10nm Cannon Lake chips have been delayed until 2019, this year’s refresh will be based on improvements to the existing 14nm process. Wccftech reports that Intel will introduce new Core i9, i7, and i5 chips on October 1st that will be branded as 9th generation […]

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NASA launched Parker a new spacecraft that will study the Sun atmosphere

On Sunday morning, the United Launch Alliance successfully launched one of its most powerful rocket, the Delta IV Heavy, carrying a spacecraft bound for the Sun. On top of the rocket was NASA’s Parker Solar Probe, embarking on the first ever mission into the Sun’s atmosphere, known as the corona. Because of big lift from the […]

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Samsung debuts its Bixby powered Galaxy Home speaker

Today Samsung revealed its Bixby-powered smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, at its Unpacked event. This new device will takes its place on the market alongside the Apple HomePod, the Google Home, and the Amazon Echo. The Galaxy Home has eight built in microphones and a touch display on the top. As you might imagine, you can use […]

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Samsung is partnering with Spotify across its devices

Samsung has announced that it has enter into a long term partnership with Spotify, including support for the just-announced Galaxy Home smart speaker. The partnership is described as one that will span all of Samsung’s devices from phones to TVs to speakers. It seems like a deeper, more integrated version of the existing Spotify Connect feature that […]

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Bixby 2.0’s debut on the Note 9 and will soon arrive

Today Samsung announced in its Unpacked 2018 event that its new Galaxy Note 9 will arrive with Bixby 2.0. It will be Samsung’s first smartphone device that will have an upgraded version of Bixby out of the box, which the company says will be better at processing natural language, predicting user needs, and offering quicker response times. […]

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The Trump administration said that it wants Space Force running by 2020

Vice President Mike Pence recommended creating three new organizations within the Defense Department that would be devoted to different space military needs. He also said that President Trump will work with Congress next year to establish the US Department of the Space Force by 2020. Pence’s recommendations are outlined in a report from Deputy Defense […]

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Verizon’s unlimited data customers will get six free months of Apple Music

Recently Verizon announced that it has worked out in partnership with Apple and now customers on any of the carrier’s three unlimited data plans Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, or Above Unlimited will receive six free months of Apple Music. That’s double the normal free trial period you’d get with Apple’s subscription music service. But this isn’t […]

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Facebook Messenger’s new AR games are much similar to Snapchat’s Snappable lenses

Recently Facebook has introduced a new feature to its messenger.Now Facebook’s newest Messenger feature allows users to play augmented reality games with up to six friends. this new feature is rolling out from today with two games Don’t Smile, which challenges users not to smile first, and Asteroids Attack, which involves navigating a spaceship. To use […]

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