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Google Claims Its AI Can Spot Long Cancer

Google claims that its "promising" artificial intelligence is able to spot lung cancer a year before a human doctor.

Google Launches New Search Engine for Scientists

Google has recently launched a new search engine called Dataset Search for the scientific community.

AI Might Be Able to Predict Earthquake Aftershocks

Scientists at Harvard and Google have shown how deep learning can help predict aftershock locations more reliably than existing models in a paper published in the journal Nature.

Google to Prevent Cheating During Quizzes

Google just announced several new updates that range from the ability to add and lock quizzes to better organizing classwork assignments.

Google Lets You Talk To Books With Its New AI Tool

Google Research division of the search giant has been working extensively on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and rolled out Semantic Experiences, which are websites with interesting activities that demonstrate AIs’ ability to understand how we speak.

Google Researchers Reveal 'Stranger Danger' App

Google researchers have revealed a new app for the Pixel that uses its front facing camera along with AI to scan for faces.

Google’s Practical Ways to Screen Candidates for Values

The Web search engine company Google has recently presented very difficult math problems that only really smart people can solve.

Google Has New Arts & Culture App

Google’s newly launched Arts & Culture application which puts works of art from over a thousand museums across 70 countries into the palm of your hand.

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Tehran Traffic goes Online in Google Maps

Iranian people used to check low quality camera-based online maps which showed the traffic density of Tehran to get the latest information,. Now they can use Google Maps straight from their cellphones.

Microsoft Terraserver Existed Before Google Earth

Four years before establishment of Google, Microsoft created what used to be the Google Earth of the 90s, the Terraserver.

Human Brains to Connect to the Internet by 2030

Ray Kurzweil, American author, computer scientist, inventor and futurist at Google, has recently proposed a theory about enhancing human brain using tiny robotic implants. These implants can connect the brain to cloud-based computer networks to give humans extra-ordinary abilities, such as “machine learning”.

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