AI beauty technology to revolutionize personalized skin care

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Advancements in new device tech uses algorithms to extract information about a user’s face. AI beauty devices are becoming more technologically advanced using algorithms similar to those originally developed for medical purposes. Algorithms can process photos and deduct vital medical information about a patient’s wellness. The technology scans images seeking and evaluating certain specific criteria that has to do with the health of a picture’s subject. What researchers are now trying to determine is what AI beauty algorithms will be capable of offering. They are seeking to know how much…

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Device screen blue light damages skin and makes you look older

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Smartphones, tablets, laptops and other screens emit wavelengths causing premature signs of aging. Blue light damages skin and leaves it prone to signs of premature aging, say the results of recent research. These wavelengths are produced by smartphones, laptops, tablets and other screens we use for hours every day. Unlike the TV – for most of us – smaller device screens are quite close to our faces. Smaller screens need to be held closer to our faces so that we can see what they display. As a result, we are…

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AI and machine learning help Google Read Along teach kids reading skills

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The tech giant recent launched the new app to help support kids as they improve their reading. The Google Read Along application was recently added to app stores. It uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to support kids in improving their reading skills. The app is based on providing verbal and visual feedback to help kids to better their skills. The Google Read Along app was first launched in India but is already available in nine languages and across over 180 countries. The languages currently available are English, Spanish,…

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Latest American Idol season shot using iPhones in 40 different places

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The competition has narrowed down its top 20 singers and will continue despite the coronavirus. American Idol won’t be stopped by the pandemic, as it will return to the small screen using a new format recorded on iPhones at 40 different locations. The singing competition reached the point where it is down to 20 competitors when the pandemic hit. At that time, the contestents were sent home to keep them, the American Idol crew and audience members safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. “#AmericanIdol continues to wish everyone health and safety,”…

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Burger King QR code scan will score you a free Whopper, if you can catch it!

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The quick response barcode must be grabbed off the live TV spot, so don’t count on YouTube. A new Burger King QR code marketing campaign has TV viewers scrambling to scan a moving barcode with their phones before the time runs out. Looks easy enough, but it’s not as simple as it seems. Though the quick response barcode can be scanned using a camera app, it’s tough with a moving target. The Burger King QR code was brought back to make things a bit more fun for people stuck at…

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