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Google now lets developers write apps for the Assistant on Google Home

Google now lets developers write apps for the Assistant on Google Home
Google now lets developers write apps for the Assistant on Google Home

Google today announced that all developers and not just those in its private preview program, can start bringing their applications and services to the Google Assistant, starting with what the company calls conversation actions on Google Home. This allows developers to create back-and-forth conversations with users through the Assistant and users can simply start these conversations by using a phrase like OK Google, talke to Eliza.

While the Assistant alsoruns on the Pixel phones and inside the Allo chat app, Google says it plans to bring actions to these other Assitant surfaces in the future, but it’s unclear when exactly this will happen.

To help developers who want to build these new Conversation Actions get started, Google has teamed up with a number of partners, including API.AI, GupShup, AshBot and VoiceLabs, Assist, Notify. IO, Witilingo and Spoken Layer. Google has also allowed a small number of partners to enable their apps on Google Home already. These integrations will roll out as early as next week.

Given that users will be able to invoke these new actions with a simple command and without having to first enable a skill, like on Alexa, google’s plarform looks to be arather accessible and low-fricition way for developers to get their voice-enabled services to users. Google will have the final say over which actions will be enabled on Google Home.

The company says it will enable deeper integrations across verticals in upcoming releases, as well as support for purchases and bookings, but here, too, the details remain rather sparse.

Tiny Device Allows You to Track Your Vehicle using your smartphone
http://www.studylifestyle.com/2016/trackr/14/?cid=12&utm_term=aol-techcrunch&sxid=cchy7v1umy3i
With Over 3.5 million Units sold worldwide, this is the Most affordable solution to find your lost items!
Have you ever lost your car on a parking lot? It happens. You park and go shopping. When you get back, you don’t have a clue where your car is. Then you start roaming around clicking on the panic button on your car keys so the alarm goes off .It can be frustrating, especially on a hot, sunny day.

No, you don’t need to install an expensive GPS system to keep track of your car. That’s way too expensive. You would need to pay a monthly subscription fee just to use it. Don’t we have enough bills to pay already?

But is there a way to rack your vehicle without spending a fortune? Yes, now there is!
A California-based startup company was albe to make this a reality. They created a tiny device that works with your smartphone, and it coud be exactly what you are looking for!

What is it?
It’s called TrackR. It is a state-of-the-art traking device the size of a quarter. It’s changing the way we keep track of the important things in our lives.

How does it work?
It’s easy! Install the free TrackR app on your smartphone, connet the app to your device and you are ready to go! Simply attach TrackR to whatever you want to keep tabs on. The entire process of setting it up only takes 5 munutes or less.

You can attach it yo tour keys, briefcase, wallet, your latest tech gadgets and anything else you don’t want to lose, Then use the TrackR app to locate your missing item in seconds.

This device has saved me tons of time and money!

Forget expensive GPS systems or tracking services. Nobody wants to pay expensive monthly subscription fees. We understand how stressful these things can be, and this is the reason why trackR was created. This device is your VIP when you need to take care of more important things in life.

Forget expensive GPS systems or trakcing services. Nobody wants to pay expensive monthrly subscription fees. We understand how stressful these things can be, and this is the reason why TrackR was created. This device is your VIP when you need to take care of more important things in life.

Remember the car scenario above? If you have the RackR, you can just hid it under your car’s floor mat, in the trunk or in the glove compartment, Somewhere it won’t be found if your car gets stolen.

If you forget where you parked you car, whip out your smartphone and open the TrackR app. Tap on the lost item icon on the screen and the app

Google open sources Embedding Projector to make high-demensional data more manageable

Google open sources Embedding Projector to make high-demiensional data more manageable
Google open sources Embedding Projector to make high-dimensional data more manageable

This morning, google announced that it was open sourcing its data viualization tool, Embedding projector. The tool will help machine learning researchers to visualize data without having to install and run TensorFlow.

Dimensionality, and vecors in general, is not someting that most of us find easyto understand. The problem is that we all live in a three-dimensional world. We are taught length, width and height, so we struggle to imagine what a forth, fifth or sixth dimension might look like – this is wh most of us found Christopher Nolan’s representation of additional dimenstions wonky in the movie intestellar.

Instead of thinking about dimensionality of the world as we know it, try to just think purely about data. If I asked you to compare two houses, you might start by making a list of criteria that differentiate the houses. This list could include color, size, roof style and yard shape. This model coud be considered a four-dimensional model.

You could choose to visualize this data in a table, or you could try to represent it as a picture. To get there, you would have to use vectors. For a simple four dimensional model of two houses,you could actually create a chart in PowerPoint using traditional X and Y axis measurements in addition to features like bubble size and bubble color.

For a significanly more complex model wih thousands of dimnesions, traditional tools start to break down. Ta’s wher Google’s embedding Projector comes in. If you have ever used Spotify’s Discover Weelky, you hav run head on into embeddings, you just didn’t know it. At th advanced machine learning level, vector mappings can represen the attributes of songs. Mapping an enire collection of music against the preferences of an individual listner eables users to get personalizd, accurate, music recommendations – something that just would not work in PowerPoin.

WalMart is under pressure to fix its crime problem

Wal-Mart Is Under Pressure to Fix Its Crime Problem
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-07/wal-mart-crime-epidemic-comes-under-fire-from-labor-activists

Labor activists who pushed Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to raise its minimum wage have anew target in their sights. They are now pressuring the mega-ratiler to improve secuirty at its stores and parking lots around the country.

makign Change at Wal-Mart, a labor group backed by the United Food and Commercial Workers International union, will start running television ads this week in four media markets and has been ahdning out fliers to customers in 20 cities. The dmeands follow an invetigation by Bloomerg Businessweek that found widespread crime at the Bentonville, Arkansas, retail giant.

The union’s organizers also have met with city and local officials in Tampa, Florida; Tulsa, oklahomal Dallas and the Minneapolis area, encouraging them to declare Wal-Mart a public nuisance in hopes of pressuring the company to improve security.

The push comes after a Bloomberg analysis of police r eports from dozens of stores found the number of petty crimes committed on Wal-Mart properties this year was probably in the hundreds of thousands and a violent crime occurs at one of its sotres, on average, at least once a day. There were significantly more incidnets at Wal-Mart than at rival Target corp. in the cities where Bloomberg obtained data.

That has put a strain on police departments in cities large and small. While Wal-Mart says it is working to address the problem, the labor group argues the compan shoud be doing more. It’s demanding the retailer hire addtional off-duty police offciers and private securty guards. And the union wants stores to make employees more visible in the shopping aisles t to deter theft.

They haven’t been investing in the proper security, said randy Parraaz, a national campaign director for Making Change at Wal-Mart. They are pinching and squeezing the taxpayers for something the company shoud be paying for. It isn’t like this is a company operating in the red.

Wal-Mart says it takes the issue seriously and is working to fix it. To try to deter shoplifters, the company has been moving more employees to the sales floor and store exites, where some of them spot-check receipts. It’s also sttioning employees at self-checkout areas, installing eye-level security monitors in high-theft areas and using data anlytics to detect fraudulent returns.

To cut down on calls to police, Wal-Mart has been rolling out a program that allows first-time offenders caught stealing merchandise below a certain value to avoid arrest if they agree to go thorugh a theft-prevention program. At some higher-crime stores, the company is also hiring off-duty police and private secuiry officers.

If you voted for trump, it’s time to buy a house

If you voted for trump, it’s time to buy a house
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-07/if-you-voted-for-trump-it-s-time-to-buy-a-house

In the housing market, perception often creates its own reality. Investors will bid up values in anticipation of a rezoning effort that allows for new development. Lenders tighten credit standards in anticipation of new regulations. And voters – at least according to one new survey -get bullish when their candidate wins.

During the last week of October, when Hillary Clinto was ahead in the polls, Trulia commissioned surveys of 2,000 Americans. respondents who identified themselves as Republicans said that 2017 would be worse than 2016 for selling a home, buying a home, agetting a mortage, or finding rental housing. Democrats thought that 2017 would be better in each of those categories. After Donald Trump’s surprise electoral college win, outlooks for Republican and Democratic respondents flipped in every category.

Artificial intelligence and off-grid living : Top designers imagine the year 2066
http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/01/design/visions-of-the-future/?iid=ob_homepage_deskrecommended_pool

When creating products from natural materials, we are taking from rsources that are finite, and whose extraction and use have an impact on the planet. This comes with a level of reponsibility as a designer.

In 50 years time, we envisage the ability to 3D print what are now rare, desirable and beautiful natural materials like marble, minerals and rosewood. This technology would be readily available, following the nascent movement of large ocrporations like Tesla making their intellectual propery public to allow others to deveop them for the benefit of mankind as a whole.

This would allow for a democratization of materiality, as well as the creation of neo-natural materials without any detriment the environment. Something like this would presnet a new set of boundaires for designers, and would change the way we think about our surroundings.

And while we are at it, these neo-natural materials could be bio-renewable or degradable on demand. Now, wouldn’t that be something?

Five Things you need to know to Start Your day

Five Things You need to know to Start Your Day
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-07/trump-picks-favorites-europe-bank-fines-u-k-data-disappoints-what-people-are-talking-about

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Trump icks favorits, ther are bank fines in Europe, and U.K. data disappoints. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about today.

Managing the economy
President-elect Donald Trump continued show the power of his fully operational Twitter feed yesterday as one tweet brought an offer of talks from Boeing Co. on the cost of a plane order, while another saw shares in SoftBank Group Corp. rally to their highest level since August 2015. While there is disagreement over whether Trump’s tactics will prove effecitve over the long term, and even if the investments he flags are possible, this Twitter feed seems likely to contunue to be one o fthe most important in markets.

Bank fines
JPMorgan Chase & Co., HSBC Holdings Plc and Credit Agricole SA were fined a total of 485.5 million euros by European Union antitrust regulators for their part in rigging the Euribor benchmark interest rate. Elsewhere in European banking, Credit Suisse Group AG lowered profit targets and pedged another 1 billion france in cost cuts as a slump in some business sectors force Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam to adjust his turnaround plan.

U.K. data miss, and misstated
U.K. manufacturing output unexpectedly fell 0.9 percent in October, well below expectations for a 0.2 percent rise. The pound dropped after the data was released to trade 0.7 percent lower at $1.2592 at 5:15 a.m. ET. There was one piece of good news for U.K. data watchers as the Office of National Statistics issued a pres srelease correcting balance-of-payments data back to January 2015. The effect of the correction is to reduce the balance of payments deficit from 5.9 percent of GDP to 5.4 percent for the second quarter of 2016, with the ONS blaming an error in the erratics category, which, as the name suggests, are a volatile component of the data. Elsewhere, German Industrial Production fell short of expectations in OCtover

Markets rise
Overnight, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index climebed 0.6 percent, while Japan’s Topic index added 0.9 percent tio climb to the highest level since January as the yen weakened for the third-straight day. I nEurope, the Stoxx 600 Index was 0.8 percent higher at 5:20 a.m. ET as optimism that the European Central Bank will extend its stimulus program at tomorrow’s meeting continued to lift equities. S&P 500 futures were 0.1 percent higher.

India holds, China fx reserves fall
In a surprise move, the Reserve Bank of India kept interest rates unchanged, with Governor Urjit Patel awaiting clarity on the impact of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s clampdown on cash. In China, the PBOC said that foreign-exchange reserves had decreased the most since January as the slump in th yuan continue to pressure holdings.

Want a Job in Silicon valley keep away from coding schools

Want a Job in Silicon valley? keep Away From Coding Schools
For-profit intensive engineering academies have become prevalent, but some graduates find themselves in debt and unprepared for tech jobs.

It was a calamitous job interview two years ago that prompted Jose Contreras t odemand his money back fro mthe coding school he attended. His interviewer, the chief technology officer of a startup, watched as Contrearas struggled with basics on JavaScript, a coding language he was upposed to be llearning during his courses. Given you can’t answer this question, Contreras, now 27, recalls the interviewer saying, You shoud ask for a refund. few months later, jobless and out $14,400 in tuition and fees, Contreras foolowed his advice.

He is one of many studnets who say they felt duped by Coding House, a Silicon Valley school that advertises and average starting salary of $91,000 for its graduates. On Nov.7, the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, the regulator that oversees coding schools in California, assessed Nicholas James, the founder of Coding House, a $50,000 fine and ordered the school to shut down. The BPPE had previously denied Coding School’s application to operate, in NOvember 2015, June 2016, and again on Nov.4, 2016. The regulators have told the school to give refunds to all studnets who have attended since it opened its doors in 2014. Coding House has filed an appeal. In the meantie it has suspended its programs, students said.

The BPPE cited numerous violations of California law, including making false statements. On its website, the school advertised a 95 percent hiring rate within two months of graduation from the academy, but the BPPE said that only 57 of 70 graduates had reported employment and salary information. The bootcamp lists 21 companies in its Where Our Graduates Work Now section. But the BPPE said tis review of Coding House’s data showed only two graduates wer hired by any of the 21. james said in an e-mail that of the total population who were part of our program, most wer emplyed within two months with average starting pay of $91,000.

In September, studnets wer required to sign agreements prohibiting them from publicly or privately disparaging Coding House, the BPPE siad. If negative information was traced back to any studnets, the shcool threatened to hold those studnets liable.

Coding House, accoridng to the BPPE allegations, was a chaotic environment. The school, where studnets also lived, changed location several tims, and told studnets to avoid going outside and keep the blinds drawn to avoid drawing attention. The school’s operation in residential neighborhoods violated home-occupation permit regulations, the BPPE siad. The regulators also alleged that a male studnet sexually assaulted a female studnet during a night of drinking at Coding House. James didn’t respond to a question about the allegation.

James said that the program was getting better with each gropu as Coding House learned more about how to operate in the nascent filed of coding bootcamps. What we learned over the two years is that intense, rigorous and accelerated experiences are not for everyone, and we did our very best to screen for candidates who would be successful, he wrote in an e-mail. You somehow managed to find the people who encounteered difficulty while in our program. Coding Houses’s best studnets thrived, he said. He did not directly address most of the BPPE allegations.

When they first became prevalent a few years ago, coding schools were heralded as the answer to the technology industry’s prayers. We can’t get enough engineers because the filed is growing so rapidly, said Tony Fadell, the former head of Google’s Nest smart thermostat company, in a recent promotional video for a nonprofit coding school, 42. Companies coplained they couldn’t hire programmers fast enough, and meanwhile, may jobseekers said they couldn’t find employment. Just five those people and engineering crash course, the reasoning went, and volia, problem solved.

Coding bootcamps, 12- or 14-week programs that teach software engineering, sprang up. Many are for-profit, though exceptions exist. Xavier Niel, the French billionaire, just opened a new nonprofit academy in Fremont. It’s the subject of the latest episode of the Decrypted podcast : Subscrive here on iTunes.

But the great promise of these schools training a new generation of skilled engineers has largely fallen flat. Coding house’s spectacular fall is an extreme case, but interviews with more than a dozen coding school graduates reveal that when they do land a job, often their engineering education doesn’t cut it. Many admit they lack the big-picture skills that emplyers say they want. Training them often requires hours of hand-holding by more experienced staff, emplyers say. The same holds true for graduate holding computer science degrees, but those emplyees generally have a better grasp of broader concpets and algortihms, recruiters ssaid.

Mark Dinan, a recruiter who works with Bay area technology companeis like Salesforce, said many companies have told him they automatically disqualify coding school grads. These tech bootcampes are a freaking joke, he said. my clients are looking for a solid CS degree from a reputable university or relevant work experience. Startups can be more flexible than established companeis, he said.

Our experience has found that most graduates from these programs are not quite prepared for software engineering roles at Google without additional training or previous programming roles in the industry, said Maggie Johnson, Google’s director of education and university relations, in a statement, We generally don’t hire from coding schools, said Robyn Blum, a spokeswoman for Cisco. Coding schools haen’t been much of a focus for Autoedesk, said Raymond Deplazes, a spokesman.

Today, 91 full-time coding bootcampes exist in the U.S. and Canada, accoridng t oCourse Report, a research group that tracks the industry. Almost 18,000 people will graduate fro mthem this year. That’s up from 43 schools two years ago, and about 6,000 fraduates. Tuition averages over $11,000 at non-degree granting programs that generally last around three months, but it can go as high as $21,000. Some schools take a cut of future salary instead of tuition.