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Saturday, December 30th 2017, 4:57am

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Back in 2011, when Apple introduced the world to its digital personal assistant, Siri, everybody went bonkers asking all sort of questions - silly and brilliant - to the software. It was a pretty new concept for everyone to be able to talk to your phone, and being able to receive response that were not only helpful but also witty. It was like iPhone users found a little friend in their handsets. Today, Google has launched its new Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based messaging app, Allo. The messaging app comes with a dedicated chat with Google Assistant, which basically lets a user search for something within the app itself. And the assistant is somewhat a chat version of Siri, and somehow, people are still as amused with the software, as they were with Siri five years ago. Home will be Google's major push for Assistant, and Google's Nick Fox told Bloomberg that it'll eventually expand into phones, smartwatches, and cars. Google's vision is to have Assistant with you everywhere, not just on your phone. Until that happens though, you can get a good idea where it's heading with Allo.
The human brain is a massively parallel supercomputer that fits inside half a shoebox. It draws 50 watts of power. It is an amazing innovation, analysis, assessment and creation machine. 600 million years of proto-mammalian and mammalian evolution coupled with the genetic algorithm means that almost every single human can solve AI problems far beyond our current engineering reach

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