AI is so rampant it’s now impacting our sex lives Here’s how to stop it taking control

We’ve reached an inflection point with AI. It’s in the news we consume and the general cultural conversation, but there are also more tangible markers we can point to. In just two years Amazon’s Echo, and as a result Alexa, is in more than six per cent of American homes. By 2020, people will be making 200 billion voice searches every month. Or, if you prefer using the market as a bellwether, $5.4 billion (£4.2bn) was invested in AI startups in 2016 – a sum that doesn’t reflect the amount…

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Need Of Data Recovery And Its Working

There are many reasons why people are using laptop or computer or tablet these days. But, one common purpose is that they want to store their large amount of data in such device. These days, all data is in digital which can be store only in laptop or tablet. This is the main reason for using this electronics device. You can store nay type of data in your laptop or tablet. data stored in this device may be audio, video, images, graphics, document file, paint file, text file, excel file,…

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Intel unveils its 7th-gen CPUs for desktops and performance laptops

Intel hasn’t forgotten about desktop aficionados. Only a few months after debuting its seventh-generation CPUs for ultraportables, the chip giant is rounding things out with new processors for more powerful machines. There’s the “H-series,” targeted at “performance laptops and mobile workstations,” and the “S-series,” which are meant for more traditional desktops. They’ll complement the two other lines of seventh-generation CPUs, which cover ultra-thin designs (the “Y-series”) and faster ultraportables (the “U-series”). Naturally, you can expect the new desktop chips to perform better than their predecessors. Intel claims the S-series i7-7700K…

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BlackBerry kills its smartphone division, will pivot to software, services licensing

BlackBerry, née RIM, has announced that it will no longer develop its own smartphone or tablet hardware. The company is currently transitioning from a hardware-centric business to a software development company. It expects to complete that transition more effectively now that it has ended its own internal hardware efforts. “Our new Mobility Solutions strategy is showing signs of momentum, including our first major device software licensing agreement with a telecom joint venture in Indonesia,” CEO John Chen told investors. “Under this strategy, we are focusing on software development, including security…

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GoPro unveils Omni, its new virtual reality rig

GoPro has unveiled its new virtual reality rig called the Omni. The device resembles a hollowed out cube with six GoPro Hero4 cameras, one for each side. The video from all six cameras are then stitched together to create a single 360 degree video. The company hasn’t yet revealed the price of the device. This isn’t the first VR camera rig to be unveiled by the company. GoPro has earlier unveiled the Odyssey that used 16 GoPro Hero4 cameras. The difference was that the Odyssey is able to capture stereoscopic…

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Tesla unveils its Model 3 sedan as pre-orders top 198,000

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said Friday that “pre-orders” for the Model 3 electric car had hit 198,000, an encouraging sign a day after the novel vehicle aimed at a mass market was unveiled here to an enthusiastic crowd. The Model 3 drove onto a stage through a curtain of fog at a lavish ceremony in a converted hangar adjoining the SpaceX factory in this Los Angeles suburb. Tesla CEO Musk vowed that the car will seat five, hit the highest safety marks and have a range of at least 215 miles a charge. While its…

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St Andrews University recruits Oxford’s Professor Sally Mapstone as its second-ever female chancellor

One of the oldest universities in the English-speaking world has announced it is to take on its second female principal. St Andrews University in Fife, Scotland, looks set to receive Oxford University’s Professor Sally Mapstone who will take on the role of principal and vice-chancellor in September. Professor Mapstone, who is the current pro-vice-chancellor of education and professor of older Scots literature, was educated at Wadham and St Cross Colleges at Oxford. Professor Louise Richardson, current vice-chancellor at Oxford and former principal of St Andrews, was among the first to congratulate…

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