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YouTube was meant to be a video-dating website with slogan “Tune in, Hook up”

Uncategorized February 15, 2018

iDeal-Classifieds-YouTube   YouTube is Largest and most popular video sharing website in the world which let users to upload videos and is getting popular day by day because it let users to earn from videos through Google Adsense. Many users have earned millions by uploading their videos on YouTube. But very few people know of the fact that YouTube was originally designed to be a video-based dating website with the slogan ‘Tune in, Hook up’. Founded on February 14, 2005, according to co-founder Steve Chen, it was designed as a way for people to upload videos of themselves talking about the partner of their dreams. However, the idea did not seem to catch on, following which it was opened up to all kinds of videos. Continue reading …
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Researchers develope new AI system to train robots for US army

Uncategorized February 7, 2018

iDeal-Classifieds-New-AI-System   Researchers at US Army Research Lab and The University of Texas at Austin developed new machine learning algorithms to train robots to interact with a human instructor and perform tasks effectively for the army. This machine learning algorithms will train robots by veiwing video streams to perform tasks. The findings of this study were presented at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Continue reading …
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Fitness tracking app Strava discloses location of secret US army bases

Uncategorized January 31, 2018

iDeal-Classifieds-Strava-Heat-Map Fitness-tracking app Strava has reportedly revealed some sensitive information about secret military bases by making its heat map public on its website. It reveals the sensitive location and staffing of military bases and spy outposts around the world has been revealed by a fitness tracking company. The map, released in November 2017, shows every single activity ever uploaded to Strava – more than 3 trillion individual GPS data points, according to the company. The app can be used on various devices including smartphones and fitness trackers like Fitbit to see popular running routes in major cities, or spot individuals in more remote areas who have unusual exercise patterns. Continue reading …
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Largest ever cryptocurrency hack reported $500 million go missing

Uncategorized January 29, 2018

iDeal-Classifieds-Cryptocurrency-Hack Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck confirmed that $524 million worth of digital coins (cryptocurrency) had been reported stolen— making this the largest single hack on an exchange, even outweighing the Mt. Gox breach of 2014. NEM, the 10th-largest cryptocurrency by market value, fell 11% over a 24-hour period following the hack. The previous largest theft was pegged at $450 million in 2014 from a Tokyo-based exchange. That’s according to Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun, which reports that Coincheck said that some 500 million units of a cryptocurrency known as NEM, worth about 58 billion yen, had been taken from customers’ wallets. Continue reading …
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Google parent Alphabet launches cybersecurity business

Uncategorized January 26, 2018

Alphaet_cybersecurity Google’s parent company Alphabet has launched a cybersecurity business named ‘Chronicle’ which aims to help companies find and stop cyber attacks before they cause harm. Chronicle was founded in 2016 as a project under Alphabet’s research lab. Chronicle will help teams search, retrieve information, and run analysis “in minutes”, rather than the days it currently takes, Alphabet claimed. Chronicle is now getting mature and passing out of Alphabet’s X moonshot group and is now a standalone company under the Alphabet umbrella, just like Google. Continue reading …
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“Cheer Friend” will motivate runners with personalized voice messages

Uncategorized December 4, 2017

iDeal-Classifieds-cheer-my-friend Finland-based marathon runners have developed an app named “Cheer Friend” which allows users to motivate runners by sending personal voice messages. at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin another neat hack idea was introduced in the form of runner’s motivational app called “Cheer Friend”. This app doesn’t need supporters to download an app in order to work — only the runner needs the app on their device. Then they share a link with their support group ahead of time — which lets friends and family record short voice messages to be delivered to them during the race. Continue reading …
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Talk to SAM!! New Zealand gets world’s first AI politician

Uncategorized November 27, 2017



Nick Gerritsen, a New Zealand based entrepreneur has developed the world’s first artificial intelligence politician ‘SAM’, expecting the bot to run in the country’s general elections in 2020.

SAM can answer a person’s queries regarding local issues such as policies around housing, education and immigration.

While the system is not perfect, it may still help bridge the growing political and cultural divide in many countries, ‘Tech In Asia’ reported.

By late 2020, when New Zealand has its next general election, Gerritsen believes SAM will be advanced enough to run as a candidate.

“There is a lot of bias in the ‘analogue’ practice of politics right now,” said Gerritsen.

“There seems to be so much existing bias that countries around the world seem unable to address fundamental and multiple complex issues like climate change and equality,” he said.

While Gerritsen acknowledges that humans biases can creep into algorithms, he said that he does not view bias as just a challenge to technology solutions

However, it is not legal for AI to contest elections.
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New Firefox browser will have Google as default search in US

Uncategorized November 19, 2017

iDeal-Classifieds-Firefox-Quantum Mozilla has been quietly sitting on the sidelines for a while, content to slowly work on improving Firefox. But the release of the Firefox Quantum shows that the company is now ready to join the big league once again and take on Google’s Chrome. Firefox Quantum is also said to operate at double the speed of a slightly older version of Firefox from earlier this year. Mozilla says its new browser uses less memory than its rivals, and has been designed to help people get things done a lot more quickly. The browser maker also dumped Yahoo as Firefox’s default search engine in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere, to return to Google, its partner – and primary financier – before a falling out three years ago. Continue reading …
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Vietnamese firm claims to bypass iPhone X’s Face ID with a $150 mask

Uncategorized November 12, 2017

iDeal-Classifieds-Face ID A Vietnamese security firm Bkav Corporation’s researchers have claimed they have managed to bypass the iPhone X’s Face ID system using a $150 specially-build mask, in spite of Apple efforts to specifically prevent that deception. The mask combines a 3D-printed frame with makeup, a silicone nose, and 2D images, plus “special processing” in select areas. In a demonstration video, an iPhone X is shown unlocking for both the mask and the person it’s based on. The security firm, Bkav, claims this proves facial recognition is “not mature enough” for either smartphones or computers, having previously bypassed safeguards on some laptops. Continue reading …
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Microsoft and Amazon alliances to integrate Alexa and Cortana digital assistance, puts Google under pressure

Uncategorized October 14, 2017

Google-Amazon-Partnership-iDeal-Classifieds Microsoft and Amazon announced a surprise partnership on Thursday in which they were jointly releasing for free a new software tool for developers called Gluon. Gluon makes it easier for developers to build AI systems, but if we look at this partnership of Amazon and Microsoft its interesting that it challenges Google in its big area of dominance for Google Now. Amazon and Microsoft are partnering to improved integration of their Alexa and Cortana digital assistants. After this, Alexa users will be able to access Cortana, and vice versa on a range of devices, although the first step in this integration is rather clunky. Amazon Echo users have to say, “Alexa, open Cortana,” while Microsoft users have to say, “Cortana, open Alexa.” It appears that both companies have simply created skills on each others platforms to enable the basic integration. Continue reading …
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