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Browse the updated Google I/O 2018 schedule and reserve seats for Sessions

The #io18 schedule just got a big update 🎉-- including additional Sessions and Codelabs, and new App Reviews, Office Hours, and After Hours events. Times and locations for each event are also now available.

If you're a confirmed attendee, make sure to reserve seats for your favorite Sessions ahead of May 8th. All signed-in users can additionally save events to make it easier to find them later on.

I/O is just 4 weeks away, start planning your schedule now!

Learn more here → goo.gl/31TDd7
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Introducing Constraint Layout 1.1

Constraint Layout 1.1 stable is out!

Check out this blog post on the new features by @objcode → https://goo.gl/Jw3ARo

Constraint Layout 1.1 was recently released as stable and there’s a lot to love. A complete overhaul of optimization makes most layouts run even faster than before and new features like barriers and groups make real-world designs simple!
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Accessible Machine Learning with Tensor2Tensor

Watch here → https://goo.gl/7rhRNK

In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, Laurence talks with Lucasz Kaiser, a research scientist working on Tensor2Tensor (T2T). T2T is a library dataset that makes machine learning more accessible by putting ML components and best practices onto a single platform. Watch to learn more about the open-source system, including text, translation, and even poetry generation!
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Google I/O Schedule, TLS in Android P, Chrome 67 DevTools, & More! - TL;DR 108

Watch here → goo.gl/KqCWfH

In this week’s #DevShow, Jen Person brings news of the latest Google I/O schedule, additional security added to Android P to protect your data, new in DevTools for Chrome 67, introduces Kayenta: an open automated canary analysis tool from Google and Netflix, & much more!
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Congratulations to our US #GrowwithGoogle Developer Scholars!

@google and @udacity announce 5,000 Nanodegree program scholarships to help aspiring developers prepare for jobs.

Learn more on the blog → https://goo.gl/v2R7pL

By successfully completing a Nanodegree program, scholars earn an industry-recognized credential helping to create a path for increased job opportunities as well as prepare for one of Google's Developer Certifications: Associate Android Developer or Mobile Web Specialist. These developer training programs offer scholars the opportunity to build their skills and become job-ready, helping to close the gap in the more than 500,000 open computing jobs in the US. #GoogleUdacityScholars
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2018 China-US Young Maker Competition

Hacksterio's China-US Young Makers Competition brings makers from both countries together to compete, encouraging innovation in environmental protection, sustainable development & more.

Check out the competition's homepage → https://goo.gl/fvLnvv

Read the blog for more details → https://goo.gl/Y3VqEV

Project submissions are now open to all makers, developers, and students ages 18-40 in both China and the United States. Let your innovation shine on the global stage!
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AIY Projects: Updated kits for 2018

Today we're releasing updated versions of AIY Voice and Vision Kits, making it easier for STEM students to get started. The new kits are available at Target Stores and Target.com in the US.

Learn more in the blog → https://developers.googleblog.com/2018/04/aiy-projects-updated-kits-for-2018.html
AIY Projects: Updated kits for 2018
AIY Projects: Updated kits for 2018
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Probabilistic Machine Learning in TensorFlow

Watch here → goo.gl/8zGJ8W

In this episode of Coffee with a Googler, Laurence Moroney sits down with Josh Dillon. Josh works on TensorFlow, Google’s open source library for numerical computation, which is typically used in Machine Learning and AI applications. He discusses working on the Distribution API, which is based on probabilistic programming. Watch this video to find out what exactly probabilistic programming is, where the use of Distributions and Bijectors comes into play, and how you can get started.

Introducing TensorFlow Probability blog post → https://goo.gl/H3LG8y
The code lives at → https://goo.gl/bdwspL
Referenced paper → https://goo.gl/HtwJnj
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Text Embedding Models Contain Bias. Here's Why That Matters.

Find out more on the blog → https://goo.gl/hY6wZC

Neural network models can be quite powerful, effectively helping to identify patterns and uncover structure in a variety of different tasks, from language translation to pathology to playing games. At the same time, neural models (as well as other kinds of machine learning models) can contain problematic biases in many forms. To stop problematic biases from appearing in our ML models, we need to be able to identify them. In this post from the Google AI team, we detail example case studies where gender bias exists in the input text embeddings.
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