So I got access to Bard, Google’s AI. And I thought to ask it about the upcoming Greek elections which were announced today. So far so good. Up to date and pretty good summaries. But it made me suspicious, so I delved a bit deeper. The problem became apparent. Based on popular articles on the… Continue reading Google AI reveals Greek government propaganda works
Nope. Not yet. I will not buy a smartwatch. Not smart enough. Sure, if you like wearing a watch anyway, there are plenty choices that also measure things. It’s not that I am waiting for more sensors. Even with what is available today on a $30 smart band we should be getting more useful information.… Continue reading World Health solved (it is still noon)
When the Golden State Warriors got Kevin Durant we were impressed. What was already a super star team just got even …super starier. The Warriors couldn’t even hide the fact as he single handedly won matches and LeBron tried to defend 2 or even 3 players on his own at times. As the finals ended… Continue reading Google will never buy Kevin Durant
Google assistant is fantastic. Unless you don’t speak English. In which case it is almost useless. The whole “Artificial Intelligence” vogue is rather misleading. Because when I speak to Google Allo I am still using all my experience in computing. It works great for me because I think like a computer. I break down my… Continue reading English uber alles: the language digital divide
There have been many movies about Artificial Intelligence lately. Most of them pretty good actually, generally quite thought provoking. Especially for those of us who regularly talk to our phones and rely on cloud services for daily stuff. Close to home as they say. But none of them were fun. So here are three hitech… Continue reading Stealth – when Top Gun met A.I.