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At Sundar Pichai's Google, AI Is Everything—And Everywhere

From www.fastcompany.com

A year into his tenure as CEO of Google, the low-key leader talks about what the company is, where it's going, and how it gets things done.
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Mossberg: How Google's bold moves shake up the tech industry

From www.theverge.com

Google’s decision to become a full-fledged, vertically integrated device maker — controlling and blending together hardware, software, and ecosystem design — may one day seem inevitable
Bertrand Marquet:

Google's hardware is a vessel for AI . Apple has never had a competitor quite like this new Google.

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Google’s Internet-Beaming Balloon Gets a New Pilot: AI

From www.wired.com

Thanks to machine learning, the X lab's Internet balloons can more skillfully navigate the stratosphere.
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Google's AI sounds more human than you, even when it's speaking nonsense

From www.cnet.com

Soon you may not be able to tell the difference between a human voice and a robot.
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Revealed: Google’s plan for quantum computer supremacy

From www.newscientist.com

The field of quantum computing is undergoing a rapid shake-up, and engineers at Google have quietly set out a plan to dominate
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Google has been using a DeepMind AI system to reduce power usage at its data centers

From 9to5google.com

Two years ago, Google acquired artificial intelligence firm DeepMind and since then, the companies have made great strides in artificial intelligence.  Now, as detailed by a new report from Bloombe…
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The next Googleplex is a future-proof microclimate

From www.bloomberg.com

The next Googleplex goes way beyond free snacks and massages. It’s a future-proof microclimate
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« Google a toujours été une entreprise d’intelligence artificielle »

From www.lemonde.fr

Greg Corrado, cofondateur du projet Google Brain, détaille les progrès importants des technologies d’apprentissage des machines et la façon dont elles changent Google et façonnent son avenir.
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Welcome to Larry Page’s Secret Flying-Car Factories

From www.bloomberg.com

With Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk, the Google co-founder looks to the skies.
Nelly Renard's curator insight, June 9, 3:19 PM
Page has personally funded Zee.Aero since its launch in 2010 while demanding that his involvement stay hidden from the public, according to 10 people with intimate knowledge of the company.

Google Project Jacquard

From www.youtube.com

Project Jacquard is a new system for weaving technology into fabric, transforming everyday objects, like clothes, into interactive surfaces. Projec
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Google Fiber is the most audacious part of the whole Alphabet

From www.recode.net

Forget self-driving cars and drones. Five years later, where is Google's broadband business going?
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Inside Google’s Plan to Make VR Amazing for Absolutely, Positively Everyone

From www.wired.com

Make no mistake: Google’s interest in VR goes far beyond Cardboard.
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Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs wants to build a city from the ground up to test its ideas

From 9to5google.com

Alphabet is known for aiming for the moon with a lot of its efforts, and its Sidewalk Labs initiative appears to be no different. Sidewalk Labs has been around for about a year now and aims to impr…
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Searching For Google CEO Sundar Pichai, The Most Powerful Tech Giant You've Never Heard Of

From www.buzzfeed.com

You may not know him by name just yet, but he's one of the most powerful people alive. Google's new CEO Sundar Pichai wants to brin
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How Google’s AI Viewed the Move No Human Could Understand

From www.wired.com

The move didn't make sense to all the humans packed into the sixth floor of Seoul's Four Seasons hotel. But the Google machine saw it quite differently.
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World Go champion says he is “speechless” after Google’s AI beats him for the second time

From 9to5google.com

Google’s AI system AlphaGo, part of its DeepMind project, has again beaten world champion Lee Sedol – and looks like it may be on track to take the title in the next game. Engadget reports Se…
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DeepMind founder Demis Hassabis on how AI will shape the future

From www.theverge.com

DeepMind’s stunning victories over Go legend Lee Se-dol have stoked excitement over artificial intelligence’s potential more than any event in recent memory. But the Google subsidiary’s AlphaGo...
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Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt chosen to lead Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Advisory Board

From 9to5google.com

Today, United States Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced plans to establish a Defense Innovation Advisory Board made up of about a dozen technology leaders from Silicon Valley and beyond. Rep…
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The superhero of artificial intelligence: can this genius keep it in check?

From www.theguardian.com

With his company DeepMind, Londoner Demis Hassabis is leading Google’s project to build software more powerful than the human brain. But what will this mean for the future of humankind?
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The Secret to Moonshots at (Alphabet) X ? Killing Projects

From backchannel.com

At X, I see up close every day how messy innovation is
Bertrand Marquet:

article by @astroteller  

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Project Skybender: Google's 5G internet drone tests

From www.theguardian.com

Trials at New Mexico’s Spaceport Authority are using new millimetre wave technology to deliver data from drones – potentially 40 times faster than 4G
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X – The Moonshot Factory

From www.solveforx.com

We’re a moonshot factory. Our mission is to invent and launch “moonshot” technologies that we hope could someday make the world a radically better place.
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Meaningful progress in AI from Google Deepmind : AlphaGo. Mastering the ancient game of Go.

From googleresearch.blogspot.fr

Posted by David Silver and Demis Hassabis, Google DeepMind Games are a great testing ground for developing smarter, more flexible algorithms that have the ability to tackle problems in ways similar to humans.

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