Google on Wednesday unveiled a smartphone messaging application infused with artificial intelligence as it moves to stay in tune with busy mobile Internet lifestyles.
Google wants to play an even bigger role in managing people's daily lives, while also nudging them into an alternate reality, as the Internet company responds to competitive threats posed by Facebook, Amazon and Apple.
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Google on Monday rolled out a Spaces application tailored to let users easily share content and commentary, group-messaging style, on any topic they wish.
An innovation in artificial intelligence that was described in a 2001 paper by a UCLA computer science professor has found a somewhat unexpected application: helping car buyers customize their vehicles online.
IBM's California research lab sits atop a green hill here, 15 miles south of downtown San Jose.
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Facebook began using artificial intelligence to help people with visual impairments enjoy photos posted at the leading social network.