The best of the best computer news
With Google and the rest of the world embracing more software as a new way to connect with people and make informed purchases, now is the perfect time to catch up on all the latest and greatest software. Fortunately, there are many great reasons to get your hands on software that fits your needs — and even your budget — right away. Here are some of the best computer news stories we’ve ever covered.
Google uses AI to streamline search and discovery
Google has been making strides in this area for a while, and now the company is moving even further in the direction of self-service. Starting in 2020, the company is expected to begin offering employees the option to search its products and services with AI and other robotics, as well as human employees, who will be tasked with making decisions.
Starbucks surpasses $100 million in 2016 revenues
Staples is now the world’s largest paper and printing company, thanks to its partnership with Google. The company has also been using AI to associate documents and items, like emails and pictures, with printed content. In addition to developing AI-powered software, Staples is also using its AI-powered business processes to inform customer service decisions.
At the heart of everything you see is light, sound and emotion
Staples’s partnership with Google has been life-changing, with the company’s transparent decision-making and low-cost products able to distinguish important moments in its customers’ lives. By putting these experiences front-of-mind, customers are able to make better purchases, have more enjoyable visits to retailers and make more informed purchases in the future.
Just a fact: Your computer is changing
Not all changes are good, or even necessary. New technologies come and go, but truth be told, we still think about computers and technology a lot. We still use our computers, we still use Internet Explorer, we still use Google products. That’s because people continue to think about computers as something they can rely on, rather than something new and exciting. In fact, the average computer user is still about 10% unaware that their computer is actually changing. This may sound like a small change, but it’s the difference between being stuck in an old, cluttered mind and being actively engaged with new ideas, experiences and technologies.
Games are here to stay
You’ve probably heard about the success of games like Fortinet, World of Warcraft and Rise of the Tomb Raider. But what about other programs like Microsoft’s OneDrive and Google Photos, which are still widely used by millions of people? This year, Microsoft released its own cloud-based photo management software, Photos, but it’s not the only one. While photo management software may still be the most common way people see and use computers, it’s not the only one. There are thousands of other apps that provide everything from photo storage to calendar reminders, viewable online photos, and online games.
During the same time period, consumers also switched from paper to digital documents, and from paper to online documents at the same time. This represented a significant shift in how people see and use computers, as well as their expectations about how much power a computer has. While these apps can be used to manage photos and share them between computers, they can also be used to manage documents, create presentations and generate rich visualizations.
The future of data compression is here
Data compression is a trend that has been happening for the last few years, as users are increasingly looking for reduced data rates in order to save more on data costs. It may seem like a no-brainer to switch to a low-data version of an app, but there’s a potential problem here: people who want to use the latest data format don’t necessarily know where to find it. This issue can make data-driven decisions challenging for consumers: they may not know where to look for the data, or they may not know who to talk to if they need to find data.
This can be a significant barrier for small businesses, as they’ve had to choose which data formats and tools to use with their apps. Companies are also using data-driven decision making as a way to improve their customer service and support offerings. For example, the introduction of OneNote, which can be used to record meetings, deals and more, has been a huge step forward in making data available via voice and natural language.
Why now’s the time for computers to replace people
It’s hard to know why people should stop using computers. They seem so efficient, they always do exactly what needs to be done. It just makes more sense to use a computer when you have all the options that come with it. And yet, we still haven’t done away with the written word. We still use writing as a way to communicate and store information. We still think about computers as workstations, rather than as a way to learn, develop and create. At the same time, people are starting to realize that computers can also be used as home computers, or even as a workplace computer. This means that we need to seriously think about how we want to use computers in the future.
Computer vision: The future of user experience
Computer vision is still in its infancy as a technology, but it’s definitely on the way. With the rise of high-quality computer vision systems and libraries of data, it will be possible to create self-service software. This means that every software program will have a neural network that can assign tasks to your computer and learn from your actions. This is great news for businesses that need automated processes, such as ERP/Flexible IT systems. This is especially exciting for retailers that use AI to manage their digital presence.
Computer vision: The future of data compression is here
Data compression is something that has been in the works for the last few years, and it’s now going to be the future of data. With the rise of data-driven algorithms and the availability of new data formats, data will be compressed, standardized and distributed. This will eliminate the need for data centers, allowing data to be stored securely on the cloud or on a server for less expensive data storage.