Microsoft made its Edge browser for iOS available to all iPhone users back in November, promising at the time that tablet support would arrive in the future. The software maker is now updating its Edge iOS preview app to include iPad support today. I’ve had a chance to briefly test Edge on iPad, and it’s largely what you’d expect. Microsoft has scaled up the interface for the larger screen on the iPad, and features like “continue on PC” remain, alongside options to change from a light to a dark theme. SOURCE
Machine learning and AI are some of the biggest topics in the tech world right now, and Google is looking to make those fields more accessible to more people with its new Learn with Google AI website.
Google has been pursuing AI education for a while, both with advanced projects like TensorFlow and more playful projects like cat doodles and a machine vision experiment meant to showcase AI projects in more practical ways.
Google envisions the Learn with Google AI site serving as a repository for machine learning and AI, and it’s meant to be a hub for anyone looking to “learn about core ML concepts, develop and hone your ML skills, and apply ML to real-world problems.” The site will apparently cater to all levels of AI enthusiasts, from researchers looking for advanced tutorials to beginners. SOURCE
From smartphones and kitchen gadgets to cars to manufacturing equipment, artificial intelligence and automation have become firmly embedded in modern everyday life. As these useful technologies gain steam in the workplace, businesses everywhere will have to adapt their processes or risk falling behind.
To help leaders prepare for the growing presence of AI and automation in the business world, we asked a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) members to answer the following question:
The AI/automation revolution is here. How can companies keep up?
Their best answers are below: SOURCE
Most people spend their lives rushing from one place to another, so it’s little surprise that most people also, at some point, end up misplacing a phone.
In the best case scenario, it’s locked and you can track it on a map using Google’s free Android Device Manager app or a third-party option – but that doesn’t help much with your chances of getting it back quickly and painlessly. SOURCE
Mobile 5G, which is short for “fifth generation,” is about as nascent and nebulous a term as they come. The organization that governs cellular standards, 3GPP, released its first formal standard, Release 15, in December 2017. Chipmakers are starting to create 5G hardware. So we’ll see 5G capability in mobile devices any day now, right? Mmmm …not so fast. READ MORE