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Google is using machine learning to block more spam on Gmail. WhatsApp is trying to cut users who spread fake news as an election looms in India.
The A12 Bionic is an 18-core chipset that will be found inside the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max and it has all of the transistors to do more work at once.
Apple is looking to step up its AI efforts with the help of Google's former machine learning and search division head, while the search giant is splitting the two operations and promoting a couple of veteran employees.
Third-party software vendors are beginning to work on making machine-learned photography enhancements affordable for lower-cost smartphones.
From extended depth perception in tiny spaces to emotional and cognitive neural analysis, all of this comes back to enhancing virtual reality.
Google Lens is supposed to bring all the addresses and phone numbers we capture with our cameras and make them actually useful on our phones.
It's the company's first silicon and it's here to help the Pixel 2's image processing from computational work to HDR brushes.
The fast-approaching Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro are no longer compared with the iPhone X or Galaxy Note 8, simply promising to feel "alive."
Andrasta looks to be an Android fork that's obsessed with artificial intelligence, machine learning and being smart. We learned this through a car crash.
Out there in the world, there's someone saying "good morning" and "good night" every waking day of the year to Amazon's Alexa...
Let's take a closer look at the Google I/O 2016 keynote and see what we really learned. Check out a recap of what happened!