In the heat of the moment in the United States in protest of the murder of George Floyd, a young black man in Minneapolis. Six days after George's death in police brutality, the situation is not calming down. Protests are spreading in new cities every day. At that time, allegations of looting came from multiple areas of the country. And because of this, this time Android.
On June 3, tech giant Google announced the launch of Android 11 beta. However, at present it has been postponed for the time being. However, the company has not announced any changed date. You can check it here.
On May 25, a white police officer named George Floyd knelt down on the neck of an unarmed black man. "I can't breathe," said George as he fell to his death. After the Minneapolis video went viral, people took to the streets to protest the killing of blacks. George's last words became their slogan. Curfews have been imposed in 13 cities, including Minneapolis, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Portland and San Francisco. Protests are going on in this demand. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
Coronavirus has changed the image of the world. In his next era, many changes are going to come in the life of the people forever. And artificial intelligence will help bring about this change.
This was heard at a global webinar hosted by the Bennett & Coleman Group at Bennett University, where scientists and entrepreneurs spoke. The theme of the webinar was 'Application of artificial intelligence in the case of Covid'. Everyone joined this special webinar from their own homes. The chief guest, Union Information Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, reminded us at the outset of 'Digital India'. "The number of smart phone users in India is increasing day by day," he said. Coronavirus research and treatment using artificial intelligence can be beneficial in this situation.
In the words of Sandeep Patel, General Manager, IBM India, ‘Artificial intelligence is like a doctor in this situation. In many ways, information about Kovid is being known through Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is even helping with food production, "said Manish Gupta, director of Google Research India." AI is looking for food and shelter for migrant workers, citing government information about Corona.
Ananta Agarwal, CEO of ADX, highlights the topic of education in the post-Covid world. His educational institution is a joint venture between Harvard and MIT. Anant commented, ‘India is the second largest number of students in the world. We have seen a huge increase in the number of students learning our various subjects in the last few months. For example, computer science, which has machine learning and AI in its curriculum, has seen an 80 percent increase in students. The application of artificial intelligence is increasing in all cases. So the interest in learning it is growing equally. '
In the words of Rohini Srivastava, National Technology Officer at Microsoft in India, ‘Technology will help turn things around financially. We are always advising our partners and product sellers on technology and appropriate advice so that they can be vigilant and those who are doing business can continue to do so. We are taking the help of AI to take our company forward. '
Sanket Baralay, founder of Digishield, explains how his company is helping to bring handwritten prescriptions digitally. The application of artificial intelligence tele-screening is making communication between patients and doctors easier. Sanket’s comment, ‘First we need to make sure we have enough accurate information from the grassroots. But we will have the advantage to get a solution.
Nearly all the big tech companies have been working on the display for the past several years, but their arrival in smartphones was not great. South Korea's brand Samsung introduced the world's first foldable display smartphone in early 2019 but it took more than six months to arrive in the market.
Almost all the big tech companies have been working on the display for the past several years, but their arrival in smartphones was not great. South Korea's brand Samsung introduced the world's first foldable display smartphone in early 2019 but it took more than six months to arrive in the market. The review unit of this display showed many flaws and many users disappointed this device. Despite this, foldable technology has opened up new space for experiments and future smartphones.
After Samsung, the Foldable smartphone has also been launched by Huawei's Subbrand Honor and recently by Motorola. Honor Mate X and Galaxy Fold, where Honor Mate X and Galaxy Fold become the size of the tablet when opened, have been specially experimented by Motorola. Motorola's foldable device Moto Razr is the first such folding device whose screen folds from top to bottom. On opening, this device becomes like a normal smartphone and its display is not very big.
Motorola has introduced its popular flip phone in a new avatar with the help of a foldable display and it could be a future of foldable devices. Now Samsung is also going to bring a folded device in clamshell style, relying on the design of this device. It can be named Galaxy Z Flip. While the foldable phones of Samsung and Honor are not comfortable to use on opening the screen, the device of Motorola is like a normal phone, which can be folded and kept in the pocket.
The trend of flip phone lasted long
The special thing is that even before the users have been using the middle-facing flip phone, in the same way, the screen that turns from the middle like the flip will not bother at all. In the beginning of mobile phones, where heavy and unformed device users were seen, their display was black and white and small. The size of the display increased with time but the phones became smaller and thinner. Steve Jobs, who launched the Apple iPhone, said in an interview that no one wants to buy a big and heavy smartphone and compact phones are more powerful.
Book like phone not compatible
Steve's point was also true to an extent because at that time users wanted a thinner and lighter device, but as soon as multimedia support was received, users felt the need for a larger display. The display size of the iPhone was first left behind by Android smartphones and Samsung, and later Apple had to launch the iPhone with a larger display. The display of devices is getting bigger and the era of smartphones without badges or notch is going on. However, keeping a phone pocket with more than 6 inches display is not comfortable for most users.
Clamshell design is better
Most users want a smartphone whose display is large but can be used easily by holding it with one hand. With the foldable display technology being cheap and outdated, more and more companies will use it and the most practical design can be folded like a flip phone. It will be special to see that this display tech brings new tablet size phones, or standard size. If you talk from the perspective of the choice of users, then the time to come can bring many flip style foldable phones.
OnePlus 8 Pro 5G first sale in India: this powerful smartphone will be available for sale for the first time
If you already have cOnePlus 8 Series has been launched globally in April this year. Both the smartphones of this series OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro will be made available for sale today. OnePlus 8 Pro 5G, the top model of this series, is being made available for sale in India for the first time today. It was to be made available for sale on May 29 but due to problems in the supply chain due to lockdown, it could not be made available for sale. Today it will be made available for sale for the first time. This premium smartphone competes with devices like Motorola Edge + 5G, Motorola One Fusion Plus, and Mi 10.
The sale of OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro will be held today at 12 noon on the Amazon India website and OnePlus official website. Talking about offers received on these devices, a discount of up to Rs 3,000 is being offered to SBI card holders on EMI transactions. At the same time, pre-order users are being offered a cashback of Rs 1,000 through Amazon Pay. In addition, no-cost EMI of up to 12 months is also being offered from Leading Banks. Talking about the telecom offer, Reliance Jio users are being offered a benefit of up to Rs 6,000 and a membership of 6 bonus audiobooks.
OnePlus 8 Pro 5G will be available in two storage options 8GB RAM + 128GB and 12GB RAM + 256GB variants. Its base variant costs Rs 54,999, while its top model costs Rs 59,999. The phone will be available in Onyx Black, Glacial Green and Ultramarine Blue color options. At the same time, OnePlus 8 5G is available in three storage options 6GB RAM + 128GB, 8GB RAM + 128GB and 8G RAM + 256GB. Its base model costs Rs 41,999, while 8GB RAM + 128GB costs Rs 44,999. Whereas, the price of 8GB RAM + 256GB variants is Rs 49,999. This phone is also available in three color options Glacial Green, Onyx Black and Interstellar Glow.
Both phones come with Fluid AMOLED punch-hole display panel and Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. OnePlus 8 has a 6.55-inch display that supports refresh rates up to 90Hz, while OnePlus 8 Pro has a 6.78-inch display that supports refresh rates up to 120Hz. Both phones run on 48MP rear camera set-up and Oxygen OS based on Android 10. Also, 30W fast charging feature has been given in these. OnePlus 8 Pro 5G also comes with a 30W reverse wireless charging feature.
Talking about the camera features of OnePlus 8 5G, a triple rear camera set-up has been given in its back, whose primary sensor has been given 48MP. A picture with OIS + EIS hybrid stabilization can be clicked from its primary camera. Also, it has a 16MP ultra wide camera sensor and a 2MP macro sensor. To give power to the phone, a battery of 4,300mAh is provided. At the same time, talking about the camera features of OnePlus 8 Pro 5G, the quad rear camera set-up has been given in its back. Its primary sensor has been given 48MP. Apart from this, it has a 48MP ultra wide sensor, 8MP telephoto sensor and 5MP color sensor. This phone supports up to 3x hybrid zoom and 30x digital zoom. To give it power, a 4,510mAh battery has been given. Both phones come with a 16MP selfie camera.
Microsoft cuts 50 journalists That's where the tech giant hired robots. Initiatives have been taken on behalf of the company, from now on all the news in the US media, from pictures, news headlines - all such work will be done with the help of artificial intelligence or artificial intelligence on Microsoft's MSN website.
Microsoft cut 50 journalists in one fell swoop. That's where the tech giant hired robots. Initiatives have been taken on behalf of the company, starting from the news in various media in the United States, from pictures, news headlines - all such work will be done with the help of Artificial Intelligence or artificial intelligence on Microsoft's MSN website.
Microsoft has been working in the same way for so many different media outlets. That is to say, the journalists were doing all the work, from collecting news from different agencies, to making headlines, to covering pictures. Those journalists lost their jobs in the clutches of artificial intelligence. In other words, there is no need for journalists this time. The whole thing is going to be based on an automated approach.
But why such a step? Microsoft said in a statement that the move was aimed at "business development". In a statement, Microsoft said, "Like any other organization in the world, we strive to improve our business. Sometimes it costs a lot of money to do so. Sometimes it never happens again. But the initiative is due to the COVID-19 epidemic." It would be wrong to think so. "
Microsoft, like many other organizations, pays for the media to use news content on their website. Basically, they hired a number of journalists to decide what kind of news they would publish, what the headline would be, what the appropriate picture should look like.
What they Told?
According to the agency, the news of the decision has already reached the journalists. At the moment they are in the notice period. The 50 journalists will lose their jobs at Microsoft by the end of June. However, Microsoft has hired a group of full-time journalists.
"The most frustrating thing is that machines are taking the place of people now. But this is the real thing in this epidemic situation. There is no other way but to accept it," said a journalist frustrated by the loss of work. Another journalist said something important. In his words, "Journalism is never done through artificial intelligence. Because it involves an important issue like editorial policy." Another added, "The rise of fake news by artificial intelligence in the rumor market of fake news will not increase, it will not decrease.
The Guardian has appeared with the hopeful message. According to a report, out of the 50 people who lost their jobs at Microsoft, 26 have already been hired by PA Media. One of those journalists told the Guardian, "We've published so many reports on this artificial intelligence at one time. That artificial intelligence played my job."
The 27-year-old developer named Emotional Jain revealed in his blog post on May 30 that he discovered a bug in Apple's 'Sign in with Apple' process in April. The Sign in with Apple feature was introduced in June last year.
Apple has reportedly given an amount of $ 100,000 (about 75.3 lakh) to the Indian developer. Actually, this Indian developer is said to have found a bug in the 'Sign in with Apple' process of Apple's device, due to which Apple gave him about 75 lakh rupees. The 27-year-old developer is named Bhavishya Jain. Bhavishya had found the Zero Day bug in the 'Sign-in with Apple' process, through which hackers could access the account of Apple users signing in. The company accepted the bug, and said that it has been fixed after investigation. However, the company also said that the bug has not been exploited.
What is 'Sign in with Apple'?
Jain revealed in his blog post on May 30 that he discovered a bug in Apple's 'Sign in with Apple' process in April. The Sign in with Apple feature was introduced in June last year. This feature allows Apple account holders to sign in to third-party apps without sharing email IDs. It is the process of generating JSON Web Token (JWT), which contains information to identify users through a third party app. This feature was introduced for the purpose of maintaining the privacy of the user, but the Zero Day bug detected by Jain gives information about their account attack.
Sign in with Apple bug
According to Jain's blog post, signing in with Apple requires users to log in with their Apple account. That is the first step. In the second step, it was found that the request to move from JWT to third party app has been done by the same users, there is also no accuracy. This way the hacker can hack the user's account.
Jain said that he can send JWT request through any of Apple's email IDs and when the signature of these tokens is verified using Apple's public key, it is shown valid. This means that any hacker can send a request to JWT through any email ID and can access anyone's account. Jain said that this deficiency is very serious and through this the hacker can takeover anyone's account. Through this, hackers can take personal data of users, which includes personal information such as log-ins, credentials, passwords and account details.
Although most apps do not support this sign-in process, it is available on Dropbox, Giphy, Spotify, and Airbnb.
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