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Google and Amazon are now in the oil business

On Earth Day 2019, Google posted this video about the “urgency of radically addressing climate change in the next decade.” This is Kate Brandt, she used to be Obama’s chief sustainability officer. Now she works to make Google a global leader in “reducing or even eliminating our dependence on raw materials or fossil fuels.” Google’s […]

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How Far is Too Far? | The Age of A.I.

Welcome to YouTube Original Stages, once home to Howard Hughes’s Spruce Goose assembly hangar, and home to much of the firstIron Man,filmed 12 years ago. Many happy memories here. And speaking of taking a look back… Technology. It’s advancing faster and taking less time to be widely adopted than ever before, like as in it […]

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Read It with the Google Assistant: Listen to web pages

“Hey Google, read it”. “Okay. Today we’re announcing Read It – a new experience on Android that allows people to listen to web articles with the help of Google Assistant. It’ll be available on Android phones later this year on versions 5 and above.” We are constantly looking to ways in which we can use […]

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October 4th – Google Event

>>SUNDAR PICHAI: Good morning everyone. Thank you for joining us. As we were preparing for this event, we were all devastated by the news coming out of Las Vegas as I’m sure all of you were. And that is coming off of a challenging past few weeks with hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria and other […]

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TensorFlow: Open source machine learning

♪♪♪ Deep learning is this branch of machine learning loosely inspired by how the brain works. We have had experience building software for deep learning over the last few years. Although it was initially a research project, we’ve since collaborated with about 50 different teams at Google and deployed these systems in real products across […]

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Introducing Google Tulip

Hello, nice to meet you. The Netherlands produce about 50% of all flowers in the world. The most famous one of all? The tulip of course. Flowers are really remarkable organisms. We’ve know for decades that they can actually communicate to each other through their root system. For the past 2 years, Wageningen University has […]

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