Last week Google announced some great devices and others that just confused me, at a really boring event. Google, keep them products coming, but also keep the event short next time. We still love you. To summarize last week’s event in two words it would be “Artificial Intelligence”. A direction all tech giants have been taking and focusing on. This event, Google expanded the uses of its Google Assistant and just added it to a bunch of new devices. Continue reading “Google event’s recap: A bunch of new pixels”→
With Apple’s recent unveiling of its new phones, we can only be sure of one thing, that these are really exciting times. I spent the better part of yesterday trolling people I know that are iPhone fans and woke up today to more than 10 messages telling me “They are good phones, what are you talking about?!” or something to that effect. Which tells us one thing, that some of my friends don’t get jokes.
I won’t be discussing the phones specifications/hardware/software, but rather focus on some features highlighted in the event. Here are my actual unbiased thoughts (as an Android user) on the new iPhones and those features (no bashing):
ها قد اصبحنا نعيش في المستقبل، هو نفسه المستقبل الذي كنا نتخيله في الأفلام السينمائية منذ أقل من عشر سنوات. فقد أعلنت شرطة دبي خلال معرض الخليج لأمن المعلومات، الذي انتهى الإسبوع الفائت، عن أول روبوت شرطي في الإمارات العربية المتحدة. ووفقا لمقال نشرته جلف نيوز، ستشكل الروبوتات 25 في المئة من قوات الأمن بحلول عام 2030. يعمل الروبوت من خلال ذكاء إصطناعي عوضاً من التحكم به عن بعد عن طريق الحاسوب. يبلغ طول ووزن الروبوت الشرطي حوالي 170 سم و100 كجم. وقد تم توصيل الروبوت إلى قاعدة بيانات من شأنها أن توفر المعلومات المطلوبة لضابط الشرطة عن أي فرد. كما أن باستطاعة الروبوت أن يقوم بمسح للمباني لتحديد نقاط الدخول / الخروج. هذا يعد تطوير مميز وتحسين هائل لقدرات قوات الأمن في الإمارات (The MENA Tech).
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Dubai security forces announced during GISEC (Gulf Information Security Expo), that ended just 2 days ago, UAE’s first police robot. According to an article published by Gulf News, not more than 2 weeks ago, robots will eventually make up 25 percent of the police force by 2030.
Just to be clear, the robot has an AI that helps it operate, and is not controlled from a distance. The new police robot is 170 cm tall and weighs about 100 kg (The MENA tech).
Suddenly I find myself remembering Will Smith’s film “I, Robot”…
The robot will be connected to a database that should provide the police officer with all information needed about any individual. The robot is also said to be capable of studying buildings and identifying points of entry/exits.
This is an interesting addition to Dubai’s security forces, should be really fun to see this robot in action.
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During the first day of Google IO, Google announced that it’s launching the Google Assistant on iOS.
The assistant is available on iOS (USA only for now) as an application that will be able to perform certain tasks, as it does on Android, but with some exceptions to certain OS functions. That means you will be able to make calls, send messages, and play songs, but not set any alarms.
Users have to open the Google Assistant app to activate it, as the home button can not be remapped. Users can also add a widget to make the launching of the Google Assistant faster and easier.
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Back in 2013, Microsoft attempted to replace our laptops with tablets. This was done with the launch of the Surface Pro lineup, a device that is great for students, or even those who are continuously working on the go. They provided tablets with attachable keyboard covers, a stylus, and enough power to do the job. Soon many companies such as Lenovo, Huawei, Acer, Samsung, HP, Apple (iPad Pro), and many more followed down this path. Here is a list of some of those devices with the most interesting of all being the Eve V.