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Attended Maharaja Sayajirao University Of Baroda
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Home is Google’s answer to Echo. And it ought to scare Amazon, because Google has a number of pre-existing business advantages that almost guarantee this product’s success.

Google has a built-in advantage here over Echo, even though it was first out the gate with a smart speaker product. It has the technology, and more importantly, it has the data—a whole decade of search data that means Google has a better sense, faster, of exactly what you want when you search for something.

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In the battle of voice-activated assistants, Google is well-poised.
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The Story of Amit

Memories are an important part of our lives. Even more so for someone who was a part of them, yet missed out, because he couldn’t see. Of the 40 million visually-impaired people in the world, 15 million are from India. And, due to an acute shortage of transplantable corneas, they are often resigned to a life without sight.

This is the true story of a young man who was about to undergo a corneal transplant, and regain his vision after almost 15 years. With a little help from +Google Photos image search and organisation features, Amit was able to rediscover all those memories he'd been a part of, but missed out on seeing.

Go get your heart strings pulled.

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Google's totally going to eat Amazon's lunch and Amazon should feel bad about it

Google Search is the gateway to most of the knowledge the web has to offer, and it's teaching its new Assistant how to help people access it more responsively. Google Home can answer questions, but, more importantly, it can handle follow-up questions and keep track of context.

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Google jumped into the smart assistant game today with its new Google Home device: an answer to Amazon's Echo and the rise of personal-assistant things that sit in your kitchen and listen to...
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Google Home will be a beautiful addition to any room in your house

It is not much bigger than a grapefruit and has no buttons but is activated by voice. It will let anyone in the family, kids or adults, have a conversation with Google.

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A virtual assistant designed to compete with the Echo from Amazon and other artificial intelligence devices coming from Microsoft, Apple and Facebook.
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Google has the full weight of the natural language processing behind it

Google Home will let users ask a broader range of questions than the Echo can manage, since Google assistant connects to the company's
powerful search platform.

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Amazon Echo is about to have company. As the New York Times reported, Google has a competing device in the works, and it has the full weight of the search... by Bertel King, Jr. in Google, News
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Google Home will browse your schedule to give you an idea of what your day looks like.

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Say hello to Google's answer to Amazon's Echo line.
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How your futuristic life could be in a world full of VR and AR

The overnight success of Pokémon Go has left many wondering whether the smash-hit mobile game is merely another passing fad or the harbinger of something much more momentous – the beginning of a widespread integration of augmented and virtual reality technologies into our daily lives.

If you wonder about the ways in which these technologies are shaping the world to come, ‘Hyper-Reality’ is about to blow your mind.

Read more: www.deepakravlani.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-world-full-of-vr-and-ar.html

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Google Home is to serve as the music and entertainment hub in your home, one that manages other speakers and TVs via Google Cast.

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Google now has a conversational assistant and a living room box to talk to.
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We created Google Home, So, when you walk into house, you should be able to interact with the Google

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Google announced Wednesday a voice-activated home device, similar to Amazon Echo, to launch later this year.
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Applications will define the end user’s experience with machine learning

At the application layer there will be two primary classes of applications: net-new apps that are enabled by application intelligence and existing apps that are improved by application intelligence.

In the world of intelligent applications, data will be king, new interfaces will transform applications into cross-platform “macro-services” and the services that can generate the highest-quality data will have an unfair advantage from their data flywheel — more data leading to better models, leading to a better user experience, leading to more users, leading to more data.

Ten years from now, the vast majority of applications will be intelligent, and machine learning will be as important as the cloud has been for the last few years. Companies that dive in now and embrace intelligent applications will have a significant competitive advantage in building the most compelling experiences and the most valuable businesses

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Google Assistant sounds like it could be just what smart home fans have been looking for

It lets you take advantage of Chromecast—shooting a show you might ask about directly to your TV or streaming a song to your Chromecast-enabled speakers.

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Google Assistant sounds like it could be just what smart home fans have been looking for in a digital assistant, but it’s pretty near worthless if it doesn’t have some good hardware to go along with it. That’s where the Google Home (previously codenamed Chirp) comes in.
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Google Home can answer questions typically difficult for other assistants to answer

Such as asking for an athlete's jersey number and following it up with something like, "Where did they go to college?"

Alexa, Google’s aiming to steal your throne.

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Alexa, Google’s aiming to steal your throne.
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Blogger | Technology Evangelist | Lifehacker
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Hey you've found me, am Deepak.
I'm passionate about Technology & Marketing.
I live/work in a world where information & people are effortlessly connected, the World Wide Web aka Internet.
I've been enamored with Technology since high school, as technology at its core, is transformational and gets me excited since it builds on itself, it causes each change to happen faster than the change before it.

Besides following Emerging technologies and Semantic Web, I'm a:
  • Tech.(+Sci-Fi) Geek & Evangelist
  • Community Manager @ Project Glass by Google
  • Visual Thinker (Mindmapping)
  • Lifehacker/learner with a penchant for tinkering
  • Enjoy Storytelling, Music and Psychology.
  • An avid reader and inquisitive soul(The adjective that best describes me is curious.)
Want to know even more? Just Google me!

Talk to me about:
Emerging Technology, Personal Computing, Gadgets
Personal Branding, Marketing, Change, Ideas,
Web 2.0/3.0, Social Media, Blogging, Lifehacking,
or anything you're passionate about.

I am not satisfied with the world as it is, so intend to change it. You only get to change the world and make an impact by thinking outside the box and constantly tinkering - refusing to accept the status quo for all that is possible. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
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I have been re-watching the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi for the past couple of months. I've seen it at least 10 times, probably more, w