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Google launches three new photography apps for testing experimental technology

Google today is launching a trio of new photo apps – a part of new series of what it has dubbed photography “appsperiments.” (Get it? Ha ha.) The apps, some of which are available on

Google releases millions of bad drawings for you (and your AI) to paw through

Back in November, Google showcased a few of its funky machine learning experiments, and among them was Quick, Draw! (their bang, not mine) — a game where you sketch something and an image recognitio

Using eye smiles to predict the state of your whole face in VR

They say you can tell a real smile because it reaches the eyes. Of course, that just means we all have to learn to fake that kind of smile, too. But the subtle expressiveness of our eyeball area has a

Google researchers teach AIs to see the important parts of images — and tell you about them

This week is the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference in Las Vegas, and Google researchers have several accomplishments to present. They've taught computer vision systems to detect the m

Google AI produces a melody that rivals the Casio keyboard concerts of our youth

It's 1989. You're upstairs in your room, fresh batteries in your Casio SA-1, prepping for your concert. The built-in beats are hot. You've been listening to the "Wake me up before you go-go" demo song

New Google Research Project Can Auto-Caption Complex Images

Image recognition has come a long way over the last few years and maybe more so than anybody else, Google has brought some of those advances to end users. To see how far we’ve come, just try sea

Google Research’s Open Project Makes It Easy To Project Android Apps Onto Touch Screens

For the last year or so, <a target="_blank" href="http://research.google.com/">Google Research</a> has been working on a project that aims to make it easier to migrate tasks between different devices.

Google To Become Open Source Science Repository

Google is said to be preparing to launch a massive repository of science data at research.google.com. The project, known internally as “Palimpsest” will become a home for terabytes of open