- It’s not surprising as conversations are at the heart of unlocking opportunities such as a new job, business lead or career advice.
- That’s why we’re rolling out an even smarter messaging experience with the ability to message a connection from wherever you may be on LinkedIn, along with suggestions that can help connect you to a new job.
- For example, you can have a conversation with a connection without ever leaving their profile, or reach out to someone directly from the LinkedIn Feed.
- In fact, nearly 50% of LinkedIn members have found a job through a mutual connection.
- For example, when looking at a job posting at a company you’re interested in we’ll show you which of your connections work there, or who can introduce you to someone at the company.
Did you know that 80% of LinkedIn members consider professional networking to be important to career success? It’s not surprising as conversations are at the heart of unlocking opportunities such as a new job, business lead or career advice.
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- According to Samsung, it sure can, and that’s what it the company out to prove with its Bixby AI service.
- Bixby is being loaded on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones, which were announced on Tuesday.
- Bixby is an agent that can help the smartphones talk, recommend, and remind, said Mok Oh, vice president of service strategy at Samsung.
- The AI service is being positioned as a more intuitive way to use and interact with smartphones.
- For example, Bixby can help smartphones execute tasks with a voice command.
5 things the Samsung Galaxy S8’s Bixby artificial intelligence service will do
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- ARM tipped its hand today with the announcement of DynamIQ, a new technology it says will lay the groundwork for its next generation of mobile processors.
- Like other mobile chip makers, the company’s got a lot to contend with when it comes to future-proofing its offerings, and certainly ARM’s making some pretty big claims for what it’s calling its “biggest micro-architectural shift since […] 2011”
Central to the company’s speed boasts are its focus on future artificial intelligence, an aspect of technology that will continue to grow more central to mobile computing over the next several years, both through the proliferation of smart-assistants, autonomous vehicles and beyond.
- As with offerings from other mobile chip makers, the company is targeting a wide range of different computing platforms that move well beyond mobile.
- Microsoft has already laid some of the groundwork for additional applications back in December when it announced that it would be bringing its apps to the company’s mobile processors, in an attempt to get hardware makers to build a wider variety of devices for the operating system.
- ARM’s not giving exact dates for the technology’s anticipated arrival, only stating that it expects its hardware partners to ship an additional 100 billion ARM-based chips by the year 2021, having shipped roughly half that number between 2013 and 2017.
ARM tipped its hand today with the announcement of DynamIQ, a new technology it says will lay the groundwork for its next generation of mobile processors…
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- That could make for a 1+3 (quad-core) or 1+7 (octacore) layout, where each individual core has its own performance and power characteristics.
- The claim it’s making is that this setup can improve responsiveness for AI, with a 50x boost in AI performance over the next 3-5 years, and 10x between the (still Cortex-A9) CPU and specialized “accelerator hardware.”
ARM processor technology already powers many of the devices you use every day, and now the company is showing off its plans for the future with DynamIQ. Aimed s…
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- With its public launch and the rollout of its content creation platform Convos, the Octane team is taking a gamble on the medium.
- “There are multiple categories of bots that will all do well,” explained Ben Parr, co-founder of Octane AI.
- Though Octane wasn’t able to provide specifics, the takeaway here is that bots created on the company’s platform might be able to drive more traffic with a smaller dedicated following than something like a traditional Facebook Page.
- Parr, who was previously Editor-At-Large at Mashable, is joined by Leif K-Brooks, the former founder of Omegle and Matt Schlicht, founder of Chatbots Magazine, to make up the founding team of Octane AI.
- Schlicht received criticism back in November for failing to disclose Octane’s ambitions when soliciting pitch desks from the bot community to pass on to investors.
One billion people use Facebook Messenger every month. And no matter how bad the current perceptions of the bot scene are, that number is hard to ignore…
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