Google keeps your messages forever. By leaving it up to you to delete your messages, Google says its AI-driven Allo chat app can do a better job. But your privacy is a trade-off.
Google's Allo offers users messaging app with Google Assistant built in, offering automatically generated responses called Smart Replies and other computer-generated suggestions for your everyday life. keep them indefinitely, or at least until you manually delete them. That, Google acknowledged Wednesday, is a change from what the company told some reporters before its annual developer conference, I/O, in May. While the company initially considered keeping messages in a "transient" fashion, testing of Allo revealed that its Smart Reply technology worked better if it had a longer history of user messages to draw from.
Companies to Deliver New iOS Apps & SDK to Create Powerful, Native Enterprise Apps
Apple® and SAP today announced a partnership to revolutionize the mobile work experience for enterprise customers of all sizes, combining powerful native apps for iPhone® and iPad® with the cutting-edge capabilities of the SAP HANA platform.
If you’re getting ready to redesign your website to make it more effective in presenting your brand and generating sales leads or orders, the job is bigger in scope than you may think.
You’ll probably focus heavily on design (but not always in the right way, as we will discuss) and neglect other aspects of the job that are equally, if not more, important. Here is a quick rundown of website redesign elements that you may overlook and how to do them correctly.
Big company performance priced for small businesses
When you run a small business, business is personal. You have to carefully think through the implications of every decision – and also know when to just go with your gut. Either way, your business software has to provide you with information you can trust and help you execute on those decisions quickly and cost-effectively.
Implantable technology and driver less cars headline a number of bold predictions from the Davos World Economic Forum survey of 800 industry leaders on the effects of software on our society.