Showing posts from November, 2019

Google Photos finally lets you manually tag people in pictures

Google is finally adding the ability to manually tag someone in Google Photos, as reported by Android Police.
Google Photos has always been able to automatically recognize faces and sort them for you, which makes managing your library far easier than having to tag people manually.

But the system misses faces sometimes, and there’s never been a way to correct it. Once this feature rolls out — and Google says it’s rolling out now — you’ll finally be able to add in many of the faces it’s been missing.

Basically, if Google sees a face but doesn’t know who it is, you can now identify it. But if Google doesn’t realize that there’s a face in the photo at all, then you still can’t link someone to the photo.

That’s not ideal, but it’s better than nothing. The app tends to miss faces when they’re turned or slightly obscured, which might be times when you’d still appreciate having a person tagged in them.

The feature appears to be part of the latest release of Google Photos, but it’s not available …

Google Will Pay You $1.5 Million for Finding Bugs in Pixel Phones

Google has announced to pay $1 million as top award to security researchers who can find a unique bug in its Pixel series of smartphones that may compromise users' data.  There is an additional 50 per cent bonus if a security researcher is able to find an exploit on "specific developer preview versions of Android", resulting in a prize of $1.5 million.The Google Bug Bounty programme will reward the top prize to someone who can break into Google's Titan M "secure element."Similar to Apple's "iPhone Secure Elementa, "Titan M" is a security chip that automatically scans hackers trying to load malware when an Android phone is turned on.For the new reward category, Google is looking for "full chain remote code execution exploit with persistence which compromises the Titan M secure element on Pixel devices.""We will reward extra for a full exploit chain (typically multiple vulnerabilities chained together) that demonstrates arbitr…

5 Best Artificial Intelligence Online Courses

Artificial Intelligence is the big thing in the world of technology. From self-driving cars to automated robots.

And if you are looking to have a long future as a developer and get the highest paying jobs, you need to have the required skills to work in the AI field.

Thankfully, there are tons of online courses that can not only get you started on AI but also help you become a professional AI developer.

we have listed the 5 best Artificial Intelligence online Courses that can help you in your learning journey. 1. Machine Learning by Columbia UniversityIf you want to take a university course like the one featured above but cannot afford to pay for it then you should take this Machine Learning course provide by the Artificial Intelligence faculty of Columbia University.

The course is available on edX which provides university-level courses for free. You only have to pay if you want the certificate from University.

If you just want to learn then the course is free which is great for users w…

XBOX Gamepass for RS50/-??

Microsoft Cuts down the prices for XBOX Game pass ultimate.Microsoft announced that they have been cutting the prices for XBOX One game pass ultimate to RS-50/-INR(3MONTHS).  The tech giant announced on the occasion of Black friday.The deals will run on the Microsoft Store from November 24th to December 2nd (that’s a few days earlier than other retailers will kick things off), but Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Live Gold members will be able to access these deals even earlier, starting on November 21st.  For gaming lovers, obviously this is the best deal they can get. The General cost of the pass is 2999/-INR(3MONTHS). Now, you cannot get the better deal than this. They are offering the 98% of discount. This sounds crazy.NOTE- After the expiry of the game pass, it will be auto renewed to 2999/-INR  Make sure you check out our previous article about the BOOTSTRAP

What is Bootstrap

Bootstrap, or bootstrapping, is a verb that comes from the saying, "to pull oneself up by his bootstraps." The idiom implies a person is self sufficient, not requiring help from others.
Similarly, in the computing world, bootstrapping describes a process that automatically loads and executes commands.

The most fundamental form of bootstrapping is the startup process that takes place when you start up a computer.

In fact, the term "boot," as in booting up a computer, comes from the word bootstrap. When you turn on or restart a computer, it automatically loads a sequence of commands that initializes the system, checks for hardware, and loads the operating system. This process does not require any user input and is therefore considered a bootstrap process.

While bootstrapping is often associated with the system boot sequence, it can be used by individual applications as well.

For example, a program may automatically run a series of commands when opened. These commands ma…