Google CEO Sundar Pichai has said he wants to offer a personalized Google to everyone who interacts with the company's services. On Wednesday, the search giant will take a big step toward realizing that vision. It's launching GoogleShow More Summary
In an exclusive interview with WIRED, Google's CEO lays out a vision of the company's future that goes way beyond search.
Fortune 100 companies have never been great at putting women in charge, and tech companies aren't an exception — only three of the top 10 US tech companies have women at the helm. And while Google has a male CEO in Sundar Pichai andShow More Summary
The singularity still seems to be a long ways off (until we crack Moore’s Law), but at Google I/O, we got a glimpse of our future robot overlords from Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Here’s this week’s newsletter: “An important shift from a mobile first world to an AI first world,” declared Google CEO Sundar Pichai, summarizing the Google I/O 2017 keynote yesterday. His description of the changes underway at his company apply to nearly every business today. Almost all of Google’s announcements touched on AI in one way […]
When it comes to AI technologies such as machine learning, Google’s aspirations are too big for it to accomplish them all itself. At last year’s Google I/O keynote, CEO Sundar Pichai laid out the company’s vision for a new era of AI-first computing. Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with WIRED, Google's CEO lays out a vision of the company's future that goes way beyond search. The post Sundar Pichai Sees Google's Future in the Smartest Cloud appeared first on WIRED.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is likely to talk about Home, Pixel, and other projects during its developers conference.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai today announced that the company’s speech recognition technology now has achieved a 4.9 percent word error rate. Put another way, Google transcribes every 20th word incorrectly. That’s a big improvement from the 23 percent the company saw in 2013 and the 8 percent it shared two years ago at I/O 2015. […]
Google I/O is, far and away, Google's most important single event of the year, where CEO Sundar Pichai presents his grand vision for the company in the year to come. So it was a little baffling, at first blush, that Google — a search...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Google kicked off it annual conference for developers. Google CEO Sundar Pichai and a succession of company execs took the stage to talk up the latest milestones and to unveil new and upcoming products. Among the new goodies: updates to Android, Google Home, Google Assistant and YouTube. Show More Summary
At Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai said that computer vision has reached an "inflection point," with error rates lower than a human's.
At Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai said Google's high-power chips should make Google Cloud Platform the best public cloud for machine learning.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai zeros in on AI at the Google I/O conference.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai just introduced Google for Jobs — a forthcoming initiative from Google that will let you search for jobs in your area, with listings pulled from sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, and CareerBuilder. I've tested over...Show More Summary
(AP) — Google's computer programs are gaining a better understanding of the world, and now it wants them to handle more of the decision-making for the billions of people who use its services. CEO Sundar Pichai and other top executives...Show More Summary
At Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai said that all of the company and its products are being revamped to be AI-first. The shift may be bigger than mobile computing.
You know what’s cooler than a billion monthly active Android users? 2 billion monthly active Android users. That’s the number Google crossed, according to CEO Sundar Pichai. During his opening at the Google I/O 2017 keynote, Pichai ran through all sorts of numbers, but this number stands out the most to us little Android bloggers. Show More Summary
At Google’s I/O developer conference, CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new technology called Google Lens. The idea with the product is to leverage Google’s computer vision and AI technology in order to bring smarts directly to your phone’s camera. As the company explains, the smartphone camera won’t just see what you see, but will also understand what you see to help you… Read More
On the stage of Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai announced Google.ai, a new initiative to democratize the benefits of the latest in machine learning research. Google.ai will serve as a center of Google’s AI efforts — including research, tools and applied AI. Show More Summary