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Felipe Ampuero Salinas
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Chile moved to improve its health sector by implementing a national API-based architecture, powered by Apigee → https://www.blog.google/topics/google-cloud/transforming-chiles-health-sector-connectivity/
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A minutos de comenzar el evento de #AndroidO Hoy sabremos el nombre !!!

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Guard your web content from abuse with reCAPTCHA and Firebase nodejs

Try this walkthrough by Doug Stevenson: goo.gl/P282gk

In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps that will get you to a very basic integration that you can extend later for your own site.

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Power advanced image recognition & intelligent classification of content in Box with Vision API: https://blog.box.com/blog/box-intelligence-cloud-content-management-image-recognition/
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Today, we’re publishing “Achievement of Sustained Net Plasma Heating in a Fusion Experiment with the Optometrist Algorithm” in Scientific Reports. This paper describes the first results of Google’s collaboration with the physicists and engineers at +Tri Alpha Energy that led to unexpected plasma confinement results.

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With great sadness we share the news that our colleague, Google software engineer Ada Majorek, passed away this month almost 4 years after being diagnosed with ALS. Ada’s passion for engineering was not dampened by her diagnosis, but rather quite the opposite. She moved from her team at YouTube to Google’s Accessibility Engineering team, and spent her last years building software for people with dexterity impairments. Ada continued to code throughout the progression of her disease using a variety of on-screen keyboards and input devices. She communicated using a head mouse and an open-source predictive on-screen keyboard called Dasher and then became the primary developer on Dasher’s open-source codebase and released a new version that allows for more natural conversational styles (and gave Ada’s sense of humor an outlet!). She served as a technical advisor for Google.org’s Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities to help nonprofits make the world more accessible with technology. Her screencasts tell her story and show her determination to spread the word to others who might benefit from the software she helped develop. The Google community, including all of us at Google.org, will miss working with Ada and will remember her with laughter.

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