The Future of Business is a Digital Spokesperson — Let’s Build a Preview Using Microsoft’s Bot Framework

Everyone loves a great conversation. And the conversational U.I. is coming on quickly. Chatbots have been all the rage for the past couple of years — and the technology is quickly catching up to the hype. As our trust in artificial intelligence grows, so too does our faith in letting it do more and more […]

Predicting Personality Traits from Content Using IBM Watson

Would you like to know what your customers want before they do? Of course. Every business wants to be able to anticipate the needs of their customers. And that starts by understanding customers in a deep and meaningful way. Unfortunately, that is getting harder and harder in our digital world… Consumers are increasingly less trusting […]

Software

How to delete temporary files using Disk Cleanup on Windows 10, 8, 7

In order to install or run certain applications, Windows often creates temporary files on your computer. Temporary files are useful, but once you’re done using the application, there’s usually no more use for these files. These files can sometimes take a lot of space, and today we’re going to show you how to remove these […]

Apple

Apple Notifying Customers Using Older Pro Apps About Incompatibilities With macOS High Sierra

Apple today started sending out emails to customers who are using older versions of its pro apps to inform them about impending incompatibilities with macOS High Sierra. MacRumors readers Lee and Dane both received emails letting them know that macOS High Sierra will not work with Final Cut Studio and Logic Studio, both of which […]

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How to Automatically Turn On Your Porch Lights When It Gets Dark Out Using Wink

If you’re like me and turn your porch lights on after the sun goes down, it’s sometimes easy to forget to do it every night. However, if you have a Wink hub and a smart bulb or smart switch, you can have your porch light automatically turn on and off based on the sunset and […]

A UK Surgeon Is Using Microsoft HoloLens To Train Medical Staff Using VR On The Operating Table

A UK Surgeon Is Using Microsoft HoloLens To Train Medical Staff Using VR On The Operating Table In April 2015, Professor Shafi Ahmed, surgeon of London Royal Hospital and St Bartholomew, performed the world’s first virtual reality (VR) operation, recording and streaming live in 360 degrees to more than 55,000 people across the world, watching […]

Computer Hardware

2 useful Google Docs features you probably aren’t using

Google Docs may be known as the “lightweight” word processor, but that doesn’t mean it’s lacking in advanced productivity features. Even with the once-touted add-ons for Android program apparently in limbo, Docs has some handy and easily overlooked options for making your mobile or desktop-based document work a little bit easier. Two such examples I […]