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    1. AI app compares pieces of writing to see if they’re penned by the same author

      AI app compares pieces of writing to see if they’re penned by the same author

      Home > Emerging Tech > Anti-plagiarism AI bot can identify written works… Anti-plagiarism AI bot can identify written works composed by the same author Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you An AI app that identifies the writer of a particular text based on the person's writing style could be used to fight plagiarism in schools, or help historians identify the true author of texts.

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      Mentions: Harry Potter NLP
    2. Facebook Messenger’s update could make communicating with brands easier

      Facebook Messenger’s update could make communicating with brands easier

      Home > Mobile > Facebook Messenger Platform 2.1 might make it… Facebook Messenger Platform 2.1 might make it easier to talk to brands Microsoft Xbox One S review Why it matters to you With the new features, you might find the experience of communicating with businesses much easier and more enjoyable. Facebook launched Messenger Platform 2.1 on Thursday with new and improved tools for businesses to connect with customers through conversations.

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      Mentions: Microsoft
    3. Future chatbots will be able to argue with you enough to help change your mind

      Future chatbots will be able to argue with you enough to help change your mind

      Home > Cool Tech > Future chatbots will be able to argue with you… Future chatbots will be able to argue with you enough to help change your mind Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you Argumentative chatbots take us one step closer to AI that can simulate human intelligence. Artificial intelligence tools like Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa don’t really try and change your mind too much, but maybe they should!

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    4. Artificial intelligence competes with itself to generate realistic human faces

      Artificial intelligence competes with itself to generate realistic human faces

      Home > Cool Tech > Artificial intelligence competes with itself to… Artificial intelligence competes with itself to generate realistic human faces Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you This face-generating AI shows that artificial intelligence is getting closer to pulling us out of the You don’t need to have followed the tech world particularly closely to be aware that artificial intelligence has made some pretty massive strides in the past few years .

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      Mentions: Google
    5. How Artificial Intelligence Could Save Humanity

      How Artificial Intelligence Could Save Humanity

      Share P icture this — It’s the year 2100 and our worst dystopian fears have come true. The Earth is in shambles. Society is rife with poverty and inequality. You can hop across the Pacific on floating patches of plastic. As if that wasn’t bad enough, machines have gained consciousness and superintelligence, and — against our will — they’ve taken over the world.

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    6. SoftBank joins forces with startup to launch an Echo-like smart speaker

      SoftBank joins forces with startup to launch an Echo-like smart speaker

      Home > Home > SoftBank joins forces with startup to launch an… SoftBank joins forces with startup to launch an Echo-like smart speaker Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you Wait just a little longer and you'll have some serious choice when it comes to selecting a smart speaker. Japanese telecom giant SoftBank is gearing up to launch a smart speaker by the end of this year.

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    7. Nuance’s Nina assistant asks a human for help when it can’t answer a question

      Nuance’s Nina assistant asks a human for help when it can’t answer a question

      Home > Mobile > Nuance’s Nina assistant asks a human for… Nuance’s Nina assistant asks a human for help when it can’t answer a question Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you The next time you dial customer support, you might get Nuance's Nina assistant -- and that is a good thing. You might know Nuance, the natural voice and AI lab headquartered on the outskirts of Boston, from its popular Dragon NautrallySpeaking transcription software for PC.

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    8. Google explains how machine learning improved its Gboard mobile keyboard

      Google explains how machine learning improved its Gboard mobile keyboard

      Home > Mobile > Google explains how machine learning improved its… Google explains how machine learning improved its Gboard mobile keyboard Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you Google's machine learning techniques predict how you type in Gboard, it's third-party mobile keyboard. Gboard, Google’s mobile keyboard for iOS and Android, is almost like a digital secretary.

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    9. MIT Is Building A Cheap Handheld Device For Translating Braille In Real Time

      MIT Is Building A Cheap Handheld Device For Translating Braille In Real Time

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you MIT's low-cost handheld Braille translator could be a game-changer for millions of people around the world. Thanks to the power of modern machine translation tools, the ability to instantly translate from one language to another is commonplace. Due to the advancement of technologies like deep learning, it recently got a whole lot better, too .

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    10. Weekly Rewind: A wearable for Parkinson’s, Lamborghini’s SUV, Tesla solar roofs

      Weekly Rewind: A wearable for Parkinson’s, Lamborghini’s SUV, Tesla solar roofs

      A lot can happen in a week when it comes to tech. The constant onslaught of news makes it nigh impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of this week’s top 10 tech stories, from what happened at Microsoft’s Build 2017 to the status of Tesla’s solar roofs — it’s all here. Microsoft Build is an annual event filled with keynotes, reveals, and more.

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    11. DJI Offers A Huge Cash Reward In A Bid To Solve An Airport Drone Mystery

      DJI Offers A Huge Cash Reward In A Bid To Solve An Airport Drone Mystery

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you DJI's actions highlights the seriousness of the issue of illegal drone flights in restricted airports as the aviation industry continues to seek effective methods to deal with such incursions.

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    12. Google Maps Now Automatically Translates Business Reviews

      Google Maps Now Automatically Translates Business Reviews

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you You can now more easily check out that local Russian eatery with Google Maps' automatic review translation feature. The days of wandering around a new locale looking struggling to find something to eat are long gone.

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    13. Zocdoc’s new AI-powered search knows what you mean when you search ‘hemroids’

      Zocdoc’s new AI-powered search knows what you mean when you search ‘hemroids’

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you Medical jargon can be intimidating. That's why Zocdoc has engineered a system that makes sense of it. It’s not easy finding a new doctor. Whether the motivation is a big move to a foreign city or the simple swapping of insurance coverage, there’s a better way to find an MD than the yellow pages.

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    14. You can now shop for car insurance by chatting with a bot on Facebook Messenger

      You can now shop for car insurance by chatting with a bot on Facebook Messenger

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you Online shopping represents a small but growing market when it comes to car insurance. Adding new ways to compare quotes quickly and easily and should serve to expand this growth. As Facebook continues to push and update its Messenger service to a growing audience, other companies are hopping on to see where the road goes.

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    15. Google Takes on Slack With Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat

      Google Takes on Slack With Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Why it matters to you Google's new Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat platforms will challenge Slack in a bid for corporate chat dominance. Hangouts , Google’s multi-platform messaging app, has played second fiddle to the newer, shinier Allo messenger since the latter’s debut last September. That is not surprising — counting Google’s other relatively new Duo messenger, the company has six chat apps.

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    16. Alexa, my Americano! Starbucks unveils chatbot for iOS, Amazon devices

      Alexa, my Americano! Starbucks unveils chatbot for iOS, Amazon devices

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Why it matters to you The app for iOS and Amazon's Alexa makes it easier to order your go-to beverage and avoid the wait in line, most of the time. When unlocking your smartphone, launching the Starbucks app, and placing an order’s a little too much to handle, there is an easier way to get your caffeine fix.

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      Mentions: Amazon Google Digital
    17. Resident Evil’s Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter discuss The Final Chapter

      Resident Evil’s Milla Jovovich and Ali Larter discuss The Final Chapter

      Don't Fall Behind Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Resident Evil fans are having a very good week. On the heels of Capcom’s January 24 release of Resident Evil 7 across all platforms, including PlayStation VR, comes Sony Pictures’ film Resident Evil: The Final Chapter on January 27. Milla Jovovich’s sixth time playing the role of Alice, an original character created by director/writer/producer Paul Anderson, will be her final one.

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      Mentions: Alice Sony Capcom
    18. From appliances to robots, Alexa-supported devices were nearly everywhere at CES

      From appliances to robots, Alexa-supported devices were nearly everywhere at CES

      Don't Fall Behind Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Bluetooth speakers. Smartwatches. Cars. Home intercoms. Amazon’s Alexa voice service is in just about everything these days, and the onslaught shows no sign of slowing. Nowhere has the trend been more evident than at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, where the number of Alexa-supported devices nearly exceeded our intrepid team’s ability to count them all.

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    19. Microsoft buys Maluuba's AI technology to improve its reading comprehension - Digital Trends

      Microsoft buys Maluuba's AI technology to improve its reading comprehension - Digital Trends

      Don't Fall Behind Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Microsoft continues to build artificial intelligence into its various products, from the personal AI assistant Cortana to Microsoft Translator to the Azure cloud computing platform. The company has a number of its own internal AI research products, but sometimes that is just not enough.

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