Researchers use Wikipedia to give Artificial Intelligence Common Sense Knowledge

Researchers from BYU (Brigham Young University) were successful in giving common sense to the artificial intelligence agents with the help of Wikipedia. Walk into a room, see a chair, and your brain will tell you that you can sit in it, tip it over or lift it up, but you wouldn’t even consider drinking it, … Continue reading “Researchers use Wikipedia to give Artificial Intelligence Common Sense Knowledge”

A solar cell you can put in the wash

Scientists from RIKEN and the University of Tokyo have developed a new type of ultra-thin photovoltaic device, coated on both sides with stretchable and waterproof films, which can continue to provide electricity from sunlight even after being soaked in water or being stretched and compressed. The work, published in Nature Energy, could open the way to … Continue reading “A solar cell you can put in the wash”

Amalia Hernandez’s 100th Birthday Google Doodle

Amalia Hernandez founded the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico and used it to share Mexican culture with the world. Hernández was born to the military officer and politician Lamberto Hernández and his wife Amalia Navarro. On 19th September 2017 Google Doodle celebrates dancer and choreographer Amalia Hernandez. Google is showing Doodle in many countries for Amalia … Continue reading “Amalia Hernandez’s 100th Birthday Google Doodle”

Google ‘Tez’, new UPI-based payments app, to launch in India

Google has released a new mobile app in India for making payments simple. This new app named as “Google Tez” is a simple and secure way to pay for things, big and small, online and offline, in India. Tez is a payments and commerce app built for India on top of the Unified Payments Interface … Continue reading “Google ‘Tez’, new UPI-based payments app, to launch in India”

Samuel Johnson’s 308th Birthday Google Doodle

Samuel Johnson, often referred to as Dr. Johnson, was an English writer who made lasting contributions to English literature as a poet, essayist, moralist, literary critic, biographer, editor and lexicographer. Samuel Johnson published Johnson’s: A Dictionary of the English Language in 1755 after 9 years of work. It was described as “one of the greatest … Continue reading “Samuel Johnson’s 308th Birthday Google Doodle”