Google Meet launches new AI-based background noise cancellation feature

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The technology giant has unveiled an upgrade that could offer a serious advantage over Zoom. The new AI-powered Google Meet background noise cancellation feature has started rolling out across its various platforms. The roll-out is starting in G Suite Enterprise and G Suite Enterprise for Education customers. The initial Google Meet update rollout will head to the web, followed by iOS and Android later on. The new noise cancellation feature has been designed for the seamless removal of unwanted sounds from the audio of a streamed meeting. This can include…

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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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Most public safety agencies are in favor of faster mobile technology adoption

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A recent study showed that 70 percent wanted to accelerate the uptake of this tech. Seventy percent of public safety agency respondents to a recent Zebra Technologies Corporation study feel that mobile technology adoption should be accelerated. The research showed that these agencies around the world are seeking to improve mobile tech. The company released its study findings showing that agencies worldwide will be pursuing greater mobile technology adoption to continuously improve community relations and workflows over the next half decade. The last of the three parts of Zebra’s study…

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Huawei sanctions generate heavy criticism from the Chinese tech giant

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The company says this ruling will impact its own business as well as US firms and the electronics industry. The US has imposed new Huawei sanctions that would require American chip manufacturers to apply for licenses to sell to their products to the Chinese company. These new restrictions have been slammed by the tech giant as well as by the government of China. The Chinese company and government are calling the new rules a malicious act of suppression. The Huawei sanctions are being called an act of suppression from the…

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