Google wants robots to generate their own code

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There are countless big problems left to solve in the world automation, and robotic learning sits somewhere near the top. While it’s true that humans have gotten pretty good at programming systems for specific tasks, there’s a big, open-ended question of: and then what? New research demonstrated at Google’s AI event in New York City […]

Google wants robots to generate their own code by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Google’s Nest Wifi Pro is a dead simple way to bring Wi-Fi 6E home

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A quick caveat up top. This isn’t a review. TechCrunch does reviews. This isn’t one. There are several reasons for this. First, last week was Disrupt — I was busy on the other side of the country. Second, this week is my COVID week (third round, otherwise self-explanatory w/r/t a limited output). Third, we very […]

Google’s Nest Wifi Pro is a dead simple way to bring Wi-Fi 6E home by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Amazon alleges some TV vendors are not partnering over fear of retaliation from Google

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Amazon says over half a dozen hardware vendors have indicated that they cannot enter into a TV manufacturing relationship with the e-commerce group over fear of retaliation from Google. The revelation, officially shared for the first time by Amazon, was made by an Amazon India unit to the country’s antitrust watchdog as part of a […]

Amazon alleges some TV vendors are not partnering over fear of retaliation from Google by Manish Singh originally published on TechCrunch