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¡Vibra al ritmo de la música! 🎶

Flamingo Magic Motion es un vibrador inteligente que puedes controlar desde tu smartphone - Reproductor de música
- Entrenamiento Kegel
- Control de voz
- 9 patrones de vibración
- Control remoto etc... Recargable y sumergible al agua 💦

Diseñado para jugar en pareja o de uso personal 💕

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¡Vibra al ritmo de la música! 🎶

Flamingo Magic Motion es un vibrador inteligente que puedes controlar desde tu smartphone - Reproductor de música
- Entrenamiento Kegel
- Control de voz
- 9 patrones de vibración
- Control remoto etc... Recargable y sumergible al agua 💦

Diseñado para jugar en pareja o de uso personal 💕

#flamingo #magicmotion #smartphones #vibrador #game #musica #kegeltraining #labuenavibra #zonaesmeralda #atizapan

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Acessórios incríveis para a proteção do seu Xiaomi? Temos! ❤
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Portão eletrônico é sinônimo de comodidade e segurança em casa. 
Solicite seu orçamento para instalação ou manutenção de seu portão eletrônico, serviço de qualidade e com preço justo.

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Portão eletrônico é sinônimo de comodidade e segurança em casa.
Solicite seu orçamento para instalação ou manutenção de seu portão eletrônico, serviço de qualidade e com preço justo.

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Pensou em tecnologia e praticidade?
Carregador veicular com fone bluetooth integrado, a THZ oferece acessórios inovadores para facilitar seu dia a dia.
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🎉✨ Team BITWINGS presents THOUGHT OF THE DAY:⠀⠀
"If you want to succeed, you must take new paths, instead of traversing the traditional and old paths of success"⠀⠀
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🎉✨ Team BITWINGS presents THOUGHT OF THE DAY:⠀⠀
"If you want to succeed, you must take new paths, instead of traversing the traditional and old paths of success"⠀⠀
What do you think? 🤔⠀⠀
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#innovation #ThoughtOfTheDay #smartphones #technology #innovativegenius

Este #26mar #Huawei lanzó sus nuevos #flagship #huaweip30pro #huaweip30, convirtiéndose en los #celulares con las #cámaras más avanzadas. Los detalles en nuestra #web - www.enterados.pe
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Este #26mar #Huawei lanzó sus nuevos #flagship #huaweip30pro #huaweip30 , convirtiéndose en los #celulares con las #cámaras más avanzadas. Los detalles en nuestra #web - www.enterados.pe
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🎉✨ Team BITWINGS presents THOUGHT OF THE DAY:⠀
"If you want to succeed, you must take new paths, instead of traversing the traditional and old paths of success"⠀
What do you think? 🤔⠀
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#innovation #ThoughtOfTheDay #smartphones #technology #innovativegenius

🎉✨ Team BITWINGS presents THOUGHT OF THE DAY:⠀
"If you want to succeed, you must take new paths, instead of traversing the traditional and old paths of success"⠀
What do you think? 🤔⠀

#innovation #ThoughtOfTheDay #smartphones #technology #innovativegenius

Stop and Shop's friendly robot avoids a collision.

Stop and Shop's friendly robot avoids a collision.

Cursos de Manutenção de Smartphone
O objetivo do curso é qualificação profissional para o reparo de celulares e smartphones em formato rápido e prático no aprendizado. Curso com ênfase na troca de peças e manutenção básica para os celulares e smartphones.
O curso conta com aulas teóricas e práticas, onde cada conceito explicado na teoria é executado na prática otimizando e reforçando o aprendizado de consertos e manutenções.
FIQUE POR DENTRO
Em época de restrições financeiras e dispositivos com preços cada vez mais exorbitantes, a busca por reparos em celulares cresceu com a disparada do valos dos aparelhos. Trocas de telas quebradas e baterias ineficientes são os procedimentos campeões das mesas cirúrgicas dos smartphones. A maioria dos smartphones tem salvação: caiu na água, queima de componentes, defeitos na câmera…tudo é passível de substituição. De 3 a 5% dos aparelhos não têm mesmo solução. Nos outros casos, sempre dá para salvar. O mercado é bastante promissor.
São milhares de pessoas que usam aparelhos celulares. Seja você um profissional deste mercado promissor, de concerto de Celulares e Smarphones.
ÚLTIMAS VAGAS
“A busca pelo conhecimento é a força que move o mundo. “
PORQUE FAZER CURSO NO BARRIGA VERDE?
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Cursos de Manutenção de Smartphone
O objetivo do curso é qualificação profissional para o reparo de celulares e smartphones em formato rápido e prático no aprendizado. Curso com ênfase na troca de peças e manutenção básica para os celulares e smartphones.
O curso conta com aulas teóricas e práticas, onde cada conceito explicado na teoria é executado na prática otimizando e reforçando o aprendizado de consertos e manutenções.
FIQUE POR DENTRO
Em época de restrições financeiras e dispositivos com preços cada vez mais exorbitantes, a busca por reparos em celulares cresceu com a disparada do valos dos aparelhos. Trocas de telas quebradas e baterias ineficientes são os procedimentos campeões das mesas cirúrgicas dos smartphones. A maioria dos smartphones tem salvação: caiu na água, queima de componentes, defeitos na câmera…tudo é passível de substituição. De 3 a 5% dos aparelhos não têm mesmo solução. Nos outros casos, sempre dá para salvar. O mercado é bastante promissor.
São milhares de pessoas que usam aparelhos celulares. Seja você um profissional deste mercado promissor, de concerto de Celulares e Smarphones.
ÚLTIMAS VAGAS
“A busca pelo conhecimento é a força que move o mundo. “
PORQUE FAZER CURSO NO BARRIGA VERDE?
Você quer o melhor? Então, deve fazer na melhor. Barriga Verde, excelência em Qualificação. Suas conquistas começam aqui. Cursos Padrão Barriga Verde.

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Agora ficou muito mais fácil carregar seus cartões e cédulas mais perto de você. Com a Ycase Smart Pocket você transforma seu smartphone também como sua carteira. Você encontra nos melhores pontos de venda da sua região. #ycase #yplug #smartphones #apple #androide #londrina #brasil

Agora ficou muito mais fácil carregar seus cartões e cédulas mais perto de você. Com a Ycase Smart Pocket você transforma seu smartphone também como sua carteira. Você encontra nos melhores pontos de venda da sua região. #ycase #yplug #smartphones #apple #androide #londrina #brasil

More women are sleeping with their phones.  No matter how women are using smartphones for; research, health, fertility and sex life apps or parenting advice they are definitely sleeping with them. ⠀
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81% of those surveyed by Influence Central keep their phone near their bed at night, up from 62% in 2012. ⠀
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#technology #mobileaddiction  #socialmedia #selfawareness #smartphones #womenshealth #wellness #mentalhealth #connection #comunication #menshealth #healthyrelationships #sunshinecoast #counselling

More women are sleeping with their phones. No matter how women are using smartphones for; research, health, fertility and sex life apps or parenting advice they are definitely sleeping with them. ⠀


81% of those surveyed by Influence Central keep their phone near their bed at night, up from 62% in 2012. ⠀



Does it go everywhere with you? ⠀



How many times do you check it for likes/follows/messages?⠀



So what is your relationship with your phone?⠀


#technology #mobileaddiction #socialmedia #selfawareness #smartphones #womenshealth #wellness #mentalhealth #connection #comunication #menshealth #healthyrelationships #sunshinecoast #counselling

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#Promo 📢📣 ✔
OPPO F9 a 2999 Dhs au lieu de 3299 Dhs
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Disponible Chez @mobishop.meknes
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Couleurs disponibles
Violet Étoilé
Rouge Aube
Bleu Crépuscule
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Écran waterproof
Charge Flash VOOC
Batterie 3500 mAh
4Go RAM + 64Go ROM
Caméra frontale 25MP

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Huawei P30 Pro launched in Paris. Here are some major specifications of the phone.👇
▶️Kirin 980 Processor
▶️Quad Rear Camera
▶️Periscope camera for 5x optical zoom
▶️40MP SuperSensing cameras
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Huawei P30 Pro launched in Paris. Here are some major specifications of the phone.👇
▶️Kirin 980 Processor
▶️Quad Rear Camera
▶️Periscope camera for 5x optical zoom
▶️40MP SuperSensing cameras
▶️40W Fast charging
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Desliza y mira cómo volvió a la vida este Xiaomi MI A2 Lite 👉🏻📱
Tenes otro modelo? Consúltanos por el tuyo!
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Case Silicone TPU ORIGINAL IMPORTADA Flexível
Modelos para Smartphones Celular: Apple, Samsung, Motorola, LG
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Case de Silicone TPU mesmo, não é plástico
Case Resistente para Smartphone Celular
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Bordas Emborrachadas com Silicone TPU Anti-Impacto
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APENAS R$ 9,99 / UNIDADE
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Case Silicone TPU ORIGINAL IMPORTADA Flexível
Modelos para Smartphones Celular: Apple, Samsung, Motorola, LG
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Case de Silicone TPU mesmo, não é plástico
Case Resistente para Smartphone Celular
Bordas Anti-Impacto - Anti Shock
Bordas Emborrachadas com Silicone TPU Anti-Impacto
Reforço anti-impacto nas extremidades para maior proteção
Permite uma ótima absorção de impacto no caso de quedas
Fina e Leve - não interfere no peso do aparelho
Transparente - a beleza do seu aparelho não é afetada
Encaixe Perfeito - Acessibilidade Total
BPA Free - Livre de Tóxicos
TPU Transparent Cristal Clear Shockproof - Anti-knock
Case Cristal - Case Cover New Luxury
Soft Toughness - Hardness and Flexibility
Estrangeira - Adquirida no mercado externo
Produzida por Armyshield - Excelência em Segurança
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IVO Bijuterias e Acessórios ✨
Endereço: Centro Comercial do Village, Bloco 12, Loja 12C - Village - Jacuecanga / Verolme - Angra dos Reis
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Está precisando de uma tomada USB 10W e um cabo Type C novinho? Você encontra nos melhores pontos de venda da sua região. #yplugbr #vocesempreconectado #smartphones #apple #androide #londrina #brasil

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An updated news from Realme they are soon going to launch new smartphone #realme3pro with some changes in the phone. 
For more updates keep follow us 👉 @infogadget.in at FB and Twitter also 
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An updated news from Realme they are soon going to launch new smartphone #realme3pro with some changes in the phone.
For more updates keep follow us 👉 @infogadget.in at FB and Twitter also
Do like and share this post with your friends and family 🤗

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O Micro Self é o novo curso de Produtividade com Pacote Office da Microcamp, desenvolvido para formar rapidamente profissionais altamente qualificados e aptos para atuar em diversas áreas, utilizando os principais softwares Microsoft como: Windows 10, Word, Excel, Powerpoint e Publisher.

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Telefones: (82) 3481-6699 / 99820-0289 (Whatsapp)

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O Micro Self é o novo curso de Produtividade com Pacote Office da Microcamp, desenvolvido para formar rapidamente profissionais altamente qualificados e aptos para atuar em diversas áreas, utilizando os principais softwares Microsoft como: Windows 10, Word, Excel, Powerpoint e Publisher.

Entre em contato e conheça nossa instituição!
Endereço: R. São Francisco, 625 - Centro, Arapiraca – AL.
Telefones: (82) 3481-6699 / 99820-0289 (Whatsapp)

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Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 13
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 13
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 14
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 14
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 15
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 15
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 10
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 10
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 11
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 11
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 12
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 12
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 7
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 7
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 8
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 8
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 9
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 9
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 4
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 4
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 5
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 5
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 6
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 6
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 1
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 1
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 2
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 2
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform &  learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 3
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Google is getting back into robotics after its previous effort fizzled out and lost its leader amid allegations of sexual misconduct, The New York Times reported.
Google's previous robotics arm was led by Andy Rubin, the former Android chief who was reportedly paid a $90 million exit package in 2014 after sexual misconduct allegations were brought against him. Shortly before his exit, Google had gone on a spending blitz beginning in 2013, acquiring six robotics startups which were eventually either sold or squashed, according to the Times.
Google's revamped robotics program will focus more on simple machines that can perform & learn tasks through machine learning, according to the Times. This is a far cry from the human & dog-like robots of Boston Dynamics, the most famous of the robotics businesses that Google parent company Alphabet.
The new Robotics at Google is now led by Vincent Vanhoucke, the Times reported, who previously helped build Google Brain, which researches artificial intelligence. Using machine learning, the robotics team told the Times that its new creations will be able to learn skills independently, like how to sort through a bin of objects by type.
This time, Google is not trying to reinvent the wheel by inventing fancy new hardware. It's using some simpler, less human-like robots built by other companies and training them to do new tasks,
This sort of knowledge could be handy in a manufacturing facility, where robots could significantly cut down the costs incurred by maintaining a human workforce. Amazon, for example, already uses robots to automate parts of its distribution process.
Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0)
Part 3
#cryptocurrencies #crypto #altcoins #bitopia #bitcoin #stablecoins #securitytokens #investors #books #digitalskills #trade #data #smartphones #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #technology #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #IOT #AI #5G #algorithms #4thindustrialrevolution

Resultados no Brasil e América Latina mostram que a Samsung acertou em cheio ao trazer melhorias significativas nos novos Galaxy S10

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Post: Pré-venda da linha Galaxy S10 supera S9 e S9+ e bate recorde - www.showmetech.com.br

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Resultados no Brasil e América Latina mostram que a Samsung acertou em cheio ao trazer melhorias significativas nos novos Galaxy S10

Interessou? Acesse o site através do link na descrição do perfil do Showmetech.

Post: Pré-venda da linha Galaxy S10 supera S9 e S9+ e bate recorde - www.showmetech.com.br

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Resultados no Brasil e América Latina mostram que a Samsung acertou em cheio ao trazer melhorias significativas nos novos Galaxy S10 - Interessou? Acesse o site através do link na descrição do perfil do Showmetech

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Resultados no Brasil e América Latina mostram que a Samsung acertou em cheio ao trazer melhorias significativas nos novos Galaxy S10 - Interessou? Acesse o site através do link na descrição do perfil do Showmetech

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Huawei lançou três novos smartphones na linha P30, com novo processador Kirin 980 e câmera quadrupla com zoom híbrido de 10x - Interessou? Acesse o site através do link na descrição do perfil do Showmetech

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Huawei lançou três novos smartphones na linha P30, com novo processador Kirin 980 e câmera quadrupla com zoom híbrido de 10x

Interessou? Acesse o site através do link na descrição do perfil do Showmetech.

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Huawei lançou três novos smartphones na linha P30, com novo processador Kirin 980 e câmera quadrupla com zoom híbrido de 10x

Interessou? Acesse o site através do link na descrição do perfil do Showmetech.

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