We Went to Google I/O to See What’s New With Google TranslateGoogle is pushing hard to make money in areas other than placing ads next to search results. At the company’s annual I/O developer conference in San Francisco held on May 17–19 it showed off new machine-learning tools to power what Google wants to be – an “Artificial Intelligence first” company.
Some tasks are much faster with a voice commandAt first it may have been easy to laugh off the Google Assistant as one of those clever party tricks that isn't all that useful in day-to-day life. Not so. Google's digitial assistant gets smarter and more capable all the time. If you learn some of the most useful commands, you'll spend less time swiping and searching on your phone and instead can get just what you want.
Look around the conference table at your next meeting and you’ll see a lot of tech gear. With everyone lugging around as much as three devices, one of the goals of any personal project management strategy is just to keep everything in sync. With so many software and hardware alternatives, it’s not always easy. And you’re not immune from stuff getting lost.