Google.org: Accelerating innovation for people with disabilities – Google I/O 2016

Google.org: Accelerating innovation for people with disabilities – Google I/O 2016

BRIGITTE GOSSELINK: All right everyone. Well, welcome and thanks for sticking with us through what I know has been a long, hopefully really fun, days here at I/O. I’m Brigitte Gosselink. I’m part of the team at Google.org. And yesterday,…

Working with Live Data in the Service Worker

Working with Live Data in the Service Worker

[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: This is an example of an e-commerce site with multiple kinds of data. In this case there are images and numeric data, as well as HTML and CSS resources, and probably JavaScript as well. The question here…

Using Google for Academic Research

Using Google for Academic Research

When you search the Web through Google, your results contain websites, news stories, opinions, media and the occasional citation for a magazine article or a popular book. This can be a great way to start the research process, but for…

Open Source TensorFlow Models (Google I/O ’17)

Open Source TensorFlow Models (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOSH GORDON: Hey, everyone. Thank you very much for coming. My name is Josh Gordon. I work in TensorFlow developer relations, and I’m really excited to share with you some thoughts on deep learning today. A whole bunch…

Google Maps Secrets: How Exactly Does Google Maps Work?

Google Maps Secrets: How Exactly Does Google Maps Work?

one of the most annoying nuisances of the modern world is heading out for something important in them getting stuck in a traffic jam however if you’re proactive and plan your journey well ahead of time situations involving those infuriating…