Although it might look a little like flight-attendant Robocop, HoloLens-equipped cabin crew should be able to provide better service than those without.
At I/O 2017, Sundar Pichai announced Google Lens, a set of vision-based computing capabilities that can understand what you’re looking at and provide actions to interact with the world around you.
By recording an action in virtual reality just once, a system of two AI algorithms were able to decode and replicate the action with a physical machine, according to a post on OpenAI’s blog today.
Google’s vice president of virtual reality products, Clay Bavor, said that the new yet-unnamed new VR headset would be “easy to use,” in contrast to many VR headsets that take time to set up and must be connected by a wire to a computer.
Apple was issued a patent for a fingerprint biometric touch screen – essentially a sensor or series of capacitive sensors built into a touch display – opening the door for the long rumored next generation of its Touch ID sensor.
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