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Inside +Sundar Pichai's Plan To Put AI Everywhere
About Google assistant: "You might tell Google, what’s playing tonight. Today, because our voice recognition and natural language processing, we understand that you’re probably talking about movies. You can imagine going a step further, over time. If I’m asking it on a Friday, to have the context that maybe I want to watch with my family, and give you three movies you might like. I might then say, “Is Jungle Book any good?” Then I might ask it to pick up tickets. Then the next day, I might pick up the phone and Google says, it’s a few hours before the movies and your tickets are here."

More: The Future Of Google >


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Study of Individual Neurons in Flies Reveals Memory Related Changes in Gene Activity

Researchers at Princeton University have developed a highly sensitive and precise method to explore genes important for memory formation within single neurons of the Drosophila fly brain. With this method, the researchers found an unexpected result: certain genes involved in creating long-term memories in the brain are the same ones that the eye uses for sensing light.

The research is in Cell Reports. (full open access)

#memory #genetics

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Multimedia communication

With the birth and explosion of a new convergent communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia in the mid 1990s, a new paradigm requiring new approaches in media policies and regulation became a necessity. In line with this, Malaysia adopted a convergence regulation model with regards to the communications and multimedia industry in November 1998. Two legislations were enacted to give effect to the new regulatory model: the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 which set out a new regulatory licensing framework for the industry and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act (1998) which created a new regulatory body, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.

The Communications and Multimedia Act (1998) came into enacted on 1 April 1999, while with it, the Telecommunications Act (1950) and the Broadcasting Act (1988) were repealed.

With it's creation, the Commission set forth 10 national policy objectives to:

Establish Malaysia as a major global centre and hub for communications and multimedia information and content services
Promote a civil society where information-based services will provide the basis of continuing enhancements to quality of work and life
Grow and nurture local information resources and cultural representation that facilitate the national identity and global diversity;
Regulate for the long-term benefit of the end user;
Promote a high level of consumer confidence in service delivery from the industry;
Ensure an equitable provision of affordable services over ubiquitous national infrastructure;
Create a robust applications environment for end users;
Facilitate the efficient allocation of resources such as skilled labour, capital, knowledge and national assets;
Promote the development of capabilities and skills within Malaysia's convergence industries; and
Ensure information security and network reliability and integrity
The 10 national policy objectives are the regulatory basis of SKMM's regulatory framework which include, economic regulation, technical regulation, consumer protection and social regulation. On 1 November 2001, MCMC also took over the regulatory functions of the Postal Services Act 1991 and the Digital Signature Act 1997.

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