A.I. innovation finds a home on mobile devices

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SAN FRANCISCO — Innovative mobile apps married to increasingly powerful artificial intelligence (A.I.) are rapidly getting smarter — making them even more helpful for users.

These kinds of apps, showcased at VentureBeat’s two-day MobileBeat conference here this week, are designed to anticipate user needs. Who knew, for example, that you can use your smartphone to simplify the process of getting a green card to enter the United States or to streamline corporate travel?

During a “Startup Showcase” session, Visabot showcased its appropriately-named Green Card app. The program is based on a bot that walks users through a series of simple questio…
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Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities and Adaptrum Partner to Launch New SOVA Innovation Center for TV White Space Broadband Development in Rural Virginia

Closing the homework gap in rural southern Virginia by using NLOS wireless to provide broadband to student homes with Adaptrum TVWS technology. Learn more at: www.adaptrum.com/CaseStudyVirginia.BEDFORD COUNTY, Va., June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corp. (MBC) and Adaptrum announced Thursday the official launch of the SOVA Innovation Center for TV White Space Broadband Development, the newest engineering and research initiative to come to Bedford…



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Apple May Be Getting Its Innovation Groove Back

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Apple reportedly has begun testing a premium iPhone with a revamped display and body, which could be one of three new models the company is expected to launch this fall. The other two likely will be upgrades to the two existing iPhones. The new design will incorporate curved glass and stainless steel. It will increase the surface area of the display without increasing the size of the phone. “The three-phone rumor has been a consistent rumor over time,” observed Kevin Krewell, a principal analyst at Tirias Research….
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