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You may not have noticed it, but artificial intelligence, otherwise known as AI, has been sending its tendrils slowly but surely onto the World Wide Web. At first, its foray onto the Internet was tenuous at best and comical at worst when Google created an AI that it turned loose to try and make sens of the images it found online. Hoping to find a workaround for one of the search engine's biggest lapses, which causes search engine spiders to be totally blind to both images and videos, the attempt resulted in hilarity when its creation began morphing images as it tried to make sense of queries posed about them. Undeterred, Google recently turned it's AI loose on everything from it's digital assistant called Google Now, to search engine duties, the latter of which has been dubbed RankBrain. Micorsoft has also jumped into the fray with it own AI called Cortana which daybuied with the launch of Windows 10. Not to be left out of the AI race, Facebook too has started employing AI, calling theirs M. Whatever you call it, the bottom line is that AI will soon worm its way into every part of the Internet, which is already integrated into every facet of our society. Whether this is good or bad, only time will tell, but what is a certainty is that sooner or later there won't be a device on the planet that won't have a brain of its own.
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Join Edge and Country as they breakdown their first experience with one of the fastest growing games in history... DESTINY.
This episode is rated PG-13 for some adult language.
Visit us at www.laedgewebradio.com, www.facebook.com/groups/GenerationsofGaming, and on the L.A. Edge Web Radio facebook/twitter/instagram pages.
We are now available for smartphones and tablets using the Stitcher app.
Tyler Cohen Wood is a highly sought after Cyber Intelligence Expert with over 16 years of highly technical experience and almost 13 years with the Department of Defense. Wood recently joined Inspired eLearning as a Cyber Security Adviser and Media Spokesperson. She is a true cyber authority who engages audiences with her insight, giving businesses, non-profits and the general public the tools they need to defend themselves in the digital world. In today's episode, Tyler will be discussing the top cyber security threats to look for in 2016 and ways to avoid them. Be sure to go to http://www.inspiredelearning.com/ and following @InspiredELearn**
Hour one: Dealmoon. Jennifer Wang, Co-Founder.
Dealmoon is a shopping website where you can find products from China as well as domestic products as well.
Hour two: Chatlight.
Chatlight is the first light made specifically for video chatting that’s rechargeable. Chatlight fits almost all of your devices and has fully adjustable lighting brightness and direction. Its bulbs last 50,000 hours and battery lasts 90 minutes on a single charge. Chatlight mounts to your favorite smartphone, tablet, or laptop to beautifully illuminate all of your video chats and selfies! Chatlight works with smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop monitors that are less than 3/4” inch thick. It does not matter how good your web cam is, the primary foundation of a good image is the lighting, not the lens. If there is insufficient lighting, even a good lens will battle to find focus and clarity. A good lens does not fix bad quality light.
Join us for our newest episode of Sounds of the Streets (The Best in Local Music) podcast, as we talk to up and coming vocalist and artist, Chloe Wildman!
This 15-year-old vocal sensation defines the foundation of the next generation of the pop/rock genre of music!
From her day-to-day routine as a teenager to the upcoming release of her debut album, this month, we will introduce Chloe to the listeners and let you get to know her on a personal level.
The episode debuts this Friday, January 15th, only on our network! Visit us at our website… www.laedgewebradio.com, and on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages for more information!!
And you can now listen to us on the Stitcher radio app on your tablets and smartphones!
Hour one: Online Owls. Bruno Bianchi, CEO
Online Owls is the go-to service for instant access to tech support in the Washington, D.C., area, connecting people to prescreened, trustworthy and certified on-call technicians to install, troubleshoot or repair computers, smartphones and other Internet-connected devices.
Hour two: News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities!
Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
Join Off The Shelf radio talk show host, Denise Turney, and Kirill Storch, CEO of Electric Webb, Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 11am/EST to gain practical steps that you can take to use your smartphone to promote your books. Is your website smartphone or mobile device friendly? Find out. Log into the Off The Shelf Radio chat room to post your questions. We love answering your questions LIVE on the air!
Let's pick this tech leader's brain and find new ways to use technology to reach more book readers!
Spread the word!
Remember - Tune into Off The Shelf radio this Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 11am/EST (New York City Time)
Dial in: (347) 994-3490
We know that switching carriers can be a real hassle. There can be Early Termination Fees (ETFs), you may have to purchase a new phone, and you have to begin a relationship with a new company. Beyond Wireless, a Waterford, Michigan based company offers a full portfolio of the latest smartphones and some of the best-priced, no-contract plans in the industry, using the nationwide Sprint® network.
At Beyond Wireless, they're a bit unusual. They are committed to helping make YOUR world a better place, and their business model is designed to make it happen - especially for non-profits! Please join Melissa Birnie and Andrew Lowe, Director of Beyond Wireless on December 22nd @ 1:00 P.M as they walk us through why Beyond Wireless is a bit unusal and how they can make YOUR world a better place.
If you are looking for a another option for Wireless, NO Contract, and would like to have positive impact on causes you care about, you won't want too miss this show!
Originally from Benton Harbor,Michigan Victor "Birdman" Johnson received his B.A. degree in Social Science from John Wesley College in Owosso,Michigan. With an AA degree in Networking Admin from ITT-Tech and a Computer Tech Certificate from JTI, he has become a mobile app developer for iPhones and Androids Smartphone devices. You may find his own personal apps at the Google Play Store under the name of Birdman313 and Skipper313.
After trying out for the NBA in the California Summer Pro-Basketball League and the Eastern Basketball League, he spent several years playing semi-pro basketball.
After relocating to Houston, Texas in 1980, he published 4 poetry books, three published chap books, and articles in Forward Time Newspaper, Storm Magazine, Harbinger Asylum, Indiana Review Newsletter, The Permian Basin Poetry Society Anthology and Silver Birch Press.
He is a member of the Austin Writers Roulette and host of the Spoken Word Contest at the National Black Book Festival.
His awards include several Editor’s Choice Awards in Poetry, a Plaque with the Poem “She”, Gold Medallion and Pendant.
If that were not enough, he has appeared in a YouTube documentary entitled Poetry is Dead by Weasel Patterson of Vagabonds press in the Houston area.
No matter if its London, Washington DC, Cannes France or Nashville, Tennessee. Before the BC (befoer cellphones) era. I used to see people socializing more and more...Now everywhere I go I see People, listening to music, playing with their tablets, and using their smartphone...I rarely see people having random conversations with stangers anymore. Besides, what are we doing on those smartphones anyway? Much of the time...were checking emails, echanging texts, catching up with friends via facebook and news via Twitter. Have you ever found yourself or seen someone on their cell phone in the club, the restaurant or party? Why? So that's brings me to my question at hand, has social media made us antisocial? Tune In.
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