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Google India Station WiFi Programme

Google Station WiFi started two years ago, giving high speed unlimited data to selected India's stations absolutely free. Google has now started testing a paid model Google WiFi Station. Google Station WiFi trial model started at Mumbai Central in January 2016 and reached 53 Railway Stations in the country in September 2016, is planned to reach as many as 400 stations this year.

Officially, human already given their voice to machine, now machine speaks same as human or even more accurate than human.

Google AI Speech

A research paper published by Google this month—which has not been peer reviewed—details a text-to-speech system called Tacotron 2, which claims near-human accuracy at imitating audio of a person speaking from text.

The system is Google’s second official generation of the technology, which consists of two deep neural networks. The first network translates the text into a spectrogram (pdf), a visual way to represent audio frequencies over time. That spectrogram is then fed into WaveNet, a system from Alphabet’s AI research lab DeepMind, which reads the chart and generates the corresponding audio elements accordingly.

Here is the sample voice of AI and human. Its hard to find difference between which is of AI and which is of human.

Saying:
George Washington was the first President of the United States.


Details are light at the moment, but a bit of news out of Google’s Playtime developer event this morning: the company is launching a Google Play bug bounty program that’ll encourage researchers to poke around and look for vulnerabilities in some of Android’s most popular apps (both those built by Google and those built by third-party devs.)


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Called the “Google Play Security Reward” program, the new program aims to get researchers to work directly with Android app developers to find vulnerabilities.

If you help a developer squash a bug, Google will pay you $1,000 (on top of whatever bounty the third-party dev themselves might pay).

Google is tapping HackerOne to handle much of the back end for this program, from submitting reports to inviting white-hat hackers into new parts of the program as they roll out. 
Google on Monday reported that its Chrome program for Windows was being updated, coordinating its Chrome Cleanup device to expel destructive programming. The new device does not supplant any broadly useful antivirus, and rather, utilizes a discovery motor created by IT security organization ESET for Chrome's sandbox, with the point of conveying a more secure perusing knowledge. The inherent device, which is currently taking off to Chrome for Windows, won't be accessible on Chrome for macOS or Linux.

Highlights

  • Chrome Cleanup tool was previously standalone for Windows
  • It is now integrated into the Chrome browser
  • The update is now rolling out to Windows users
Sudar Pichai - Google CEO
source: theverge.com
SUNDAR PICHAI SAYS THE FUTURE OF GOOGLE IS AI. BUT CAN HE FIX THE ALGORITHM?

I was asking in the context of the aftermath of the 2016 election and the misinformation that companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google were found to have spread. Pichai, I found out later, had a rough idea that something was going wrong with one of his algorithms as we were speaking. So his answer, I think it's fair to say, also serves as a response to the widespread criticisms the company faced in the days after the shooting.

Its time for Augmented Reality(AR) to shine.

When Google announced its Daydream View headset last year, it was a sign that the search giant was ready to take VR to the masses. It's dabbled in VR before with Cardboard, but the View was a much more serious effort, with its fabric-clad design and user-friendly remote. Which is why it's such a surprise that Google didn't really spend a lot of time on VR at its Pixel 2 event. The company mentioned the new Daydream View -- now in colors! -- but didn't really say much more beyond that. Instead, Google was much more excited to talk about something else: AR.

Google Home
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Google's much-anticipated Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL launch event is merely a day away, and we are expecting new hardware with the company's "Made by Google" tag. The event's biggest stars are likely to be the new Pixel smartphones, but apart from them, Google is also likely to launch new Chromebook - Pixelbook, mini variant of its Home smart speaker, and the next generation of Daydream VR headsets.


Highlights:

  • A Twitter user spotted Home Mini device in Home app
  • The mini speaker likely to be priced at $49
  • Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL said to be biggest stars of the event

A new feature in Google Map App added that let you edit road. Let's see how to edit.

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Google Maps, one of the powerful, full featured navigation apps now provide editing of road within the app. Now user can easily edit the road to correct it.

Earlier this week, Google rolled out a new home-screen for Google Map users on Android in India. The company has now added the ability to edit the roads and other places. This feature is available to users of both Android and iOS apps. It is said to replace the Map Maker service that was shut down earlier this week.
You won't be able to see this new feature right away as it is hidden under other options inside the app. Here's how you can access the feature.
Check out a new drawing tool that auto draw from your basic drawing with Artificial Intelligence.



This tool help in drawing awesome clipart by drawing simple basic shape of it as shown in picture above. This is an AI Experiment. User can visit https://www.autodraw.com/ and start drawing.


At its Google for India event in New Delhi today, the company announced a new mobile app designed with users in India in mind: YouTube Go.

The app brings YouTube to your mobile device with a slew of options to help you save on your carrier’s data fees and to work in areas with poor connectivity.

YouTube Go features video previews in the form of slideshows for each clip, so can get an idea of what it’s about before you stream or save it to your device. You can also see its file size before downloading, along with how much storage space you have left on your phone.

Google started to know much more about computer that its really think creative?


AI with musicDo all people agree on what makes creativity creativity? Depending on what kind of definition you go by, if you build software that can take a note sequence and turn it into a melody by finding patterns where do you place it on the scale of creativity?
R&D is one of numerous sites that reported on the company's plans to launch a project that will figure out some answers. The project is called Magenta and it launches June 1. Magenta's running with its burning question. Can machine intelligence produce original music, videos, images, and text?

Google launched  Android Auto an in-car operating system in India along with 17 other countries. Car ma With a screen in the car that runs Android Auto, drivers can control music, make or receive calls, navigate and respond to messages without having to take the phone out.
Android Auto


After over a year of its global launch, Android Auto was finally introduced in India, along with 17 other countries, on Tuesday. This smartphone integration tool allows the infotainment system of a car to stream music, relay messages and calls and provide directions.


Building an app just got a lot easier thanks to Google’s release of Android Studio 2.0. Following the highly successful initial launch of its official integrated development environment (IDE) back in 2013, the Internet giant has now taken things to the next level with improvements to its Android Studio. With 1.6 million apps already inundating its Play Store, it’s clear that developers are already eager to build apps for Google, but now, things are about to get faster, higher quality, and just all around better.

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Open Whisper Systems back in December unveiled a new private messaging app for users named Signal for desktops. The app was initially available to limited users in beta. Now, the company has announced that the Signal Desktop beta is now public available.
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Signal is a Chrome app which can be linked to the smartphone. This means that all incoming and outgoing messages will be displayed consistently on all connected devices. According to the company, Signal's conversations are end-to-end encrypted, and include private group, text, picture, and video messages. 

Some tough questions that was asked in interview at  top most  companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft Twitter, and others.

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  • Google - Administrative Assistant.Question: If you were given a box of pencils, list 10 things you could do with them that are not their traditional use.
  • Google - Project Manager.Question: You want to design a phone for deaf people — how do you do it?
  • Apple - Intern
    Question: What's the most creative way you can break a clock?
Google on Tuesday unveiled a new landline telephone service aimed at helping consumers stay connected in the Internet cloud.
Google Landline Phone
pic credit: phys.org

The new Fiber Phone service will be made available to a few US markets and later expanded to other cities where Google offers high-speed Internet.

The new service adds a few high-tech features to the landline, such as transcribing voice mails and delivering them as written messages, and connecting with mobile phones when consumers are away.

"While mobile phones have pushed us toward the future, home phone service is still important to many families," Google's John Shriver-Blake said in a blog post.
"Landlines can be familiar, reliable and provide high-quality service, but the technology hasn't always kept up," he said.

Google Android N internally known as New York Cheesecake and may be next version will named on Indian sweet.

Google rolled out new Android Developer version earlier than expected. Yes, we are talking about the version name for Android N and it now seems that Google’s team is referring it to as ‘New York Cheesecake’ internally.
Previously, Android KitKat was tagged as Key Lime Pie (klp) and the same goes for Lollipop (Lemon Meringue Pie) and the current Marshmallow (Macadamia Nut Cookie). 

So for now, New York Cheesecake only seems like an option as Google still has an online poll running asking users to decide what the next version of Android will be called. 

Google Now may soon be able to work offline: Report
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According to reports, Google could be working on making Google Now, it’s speech recognition-based assistant work for Android users even if they are offline.

According to a report by Gizmodo, speech recognition heavily relies on cloud computing to function optimally. It’s essential as the processing power and memory required is huge. The report reveals that in a recent paper, Google engineers have shared how they used deep machine learning techniques to run a not so heavy speech recognition program that resides on the smartphone.

Google For Education - A Place to start playing with coding, show your skill all over the world to learn and earn many thing.

Welcome to world of Google For Education. At Google For Education, you will learn many things, develop logically thinking skill, programming skill, designing skill by playing with codes and design. Here you take participation in coding, science fair and many other activities and get awards, prize by Google Inc. as well as get job through Code Jam by Google.

Here's are some programmes by Google for Students as well as Educators:
Google Android N (7.0) developer preview released, and its features out.


Android N Mobile

Surprise for developer and Android lover that Google released developer preview of upcoming android version, code named as "N". This is the first time ever that the engineering hulk broke from its custom of releasing new versions of its popular mobile operating system Explaining the rationale behind the move, Google’s SVP for Android, Chrome OS and Chromecast, Hiroshi Lockheimer, wrote on Medium, "By releasing the first preview and asking for your feedback now (in March!), we’ll be able to act on that feedback while still being able to hand off the final N release to device makers this summer, so they can get their hands on the latest version of Android earlier than ever. Plus, you’ll be able to use this additional time to support all of the new goodies in N in your apps."

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