Ayushman Singh, Research Analyst at TMR (2015-present)
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Google is Revolutionizing Gesture Recognition Technologies
Every day brings the entry of another AI psychological motor intended to process a type of correspondence, for example, discourse interpretation or content investigation. In any case, shouldn't something be said about the parts of human connection that are communicated silently, utilizing the inconspicuous and frequently oblivious dialect of motions? Google now has an innovation for that—a motion acknowledgment calculation that can watch human exercises to take in specific activities and decipher their significance.
Google said its motion acknowledgment innovation will enable it to comprehend "what people are doing, what they may do straightaway and what they are attempting to accomplish," as per The Sun.
The gestures are mapped to various applications and devices, thereby enabling control of many devices and applications. Many complex and unique gestures can also be recognized by the patented wide-field radar-based gesture-recognition, thereby permitting precise and single-gesture control, even for multiple applications.
User-friendliness of gesture recognition enabled devices along with growing application of gesture control solutions in healthcare, retail sector, and industrial settings are some of the major factors contributing to the growing popularity of gesture recognition technology at the global level.
Ronak Radadiya, BE from St. Francis Institute of Technology (2020)
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- Back in 1997, the initial prototype name for Google was “BackRub”, which was later changed to Google.
- Further, Google’s name was misspelled for the word “googol”. It’s a mathematics term, meaning 100 zeroes after 1. ‘
- Initially, the company was started on a rented garage, which belonged to a friend of Brin and Page.
- Google has ‘Google Employee Number’ for each employee. Google Employees nos. 1 and 2 are given to Page and Brin.
- One of the early versions of Google could process 30-50 pages per second, which has been improvised now. It now processes millions of pages per second.
- There are around 2 million Google searches per second.
- Google offers various perks to its employees including free lunch, breakfast, dinner, haircuts, state-of-the-art gym, and the nap pod (which is the greatest workplace invention ever for employees to take naps).
- However, not all perks are free at Google. Some of the chargeable perks include full-body massages and dry cleaning.
- Google has not just been what it is today, it has also been the mother of many great portals we have today. Some of its former employees such as Gideon Yu, Marissa Mayer and Megan Smith have went on and contributed in other great works like Facebook, Yahoo and U.S. Government’ nation chief Technology Officer.
- Google a acquired more than 200 technology businesses including YouTube, Waze (a GPS navigation app), and GrandCentral, the VoIP platform that now exists as Google Voice.
- While there have been commendable works by Google, it also had certain failures such as Knol (an attempt to compete with Wikipedia), Google Wave, Google Buzz and Orkut (which gained popularity in India and Brazil, but eventually died out).
- Google has developed some super amazing technologies including self-driving car and Google Glass.
- The company works with a clear motto “don’t be evil”. Larry Page says, “We have a mantra: don’t be evil, which is to do the best things we know how for our users, for our customers, for everyone. So I think if we were known for that, it would be a wonderful thing.”
- When in the count of Google’s mind blowing works, we can’t miss out on Google’s MentalPlex. Every year on 1st April, you can login to this webpage and Google will tell you what’s in your mind.
- Google has several keywords and their search results are absolute fun. Some of these include, type askew and search. This would make the content slightly tilted.
- Google intends to scan all known existing 129 million unique books before 2020.
- The company has a pet T-rex with the name Stan at its headquarters in California. It there to remind employees to not let Google go extinct.
- The company doesn’t ask lawn mowers to mow its lawn, rather, rents goats for mowing their lawn in California.
- The first tweet by Google was I’m 01100110 01100101 01100101 01101100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101100 01110101 01100011 01101011 01111001 00001010″, which meant ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ in Binary.
- It had its first Google Doodle in August 1998 when Larry Page and Sergey Brin were heading to Burning Man in the Nevada desert, and wanted people to know where the Google crew would be for a few days, so they added the festival’s logo. It had a man behind the its ‘O’.
Pawan Singh (पवन सिंह), Engineering student , Superhero lover
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10 Awesome Secret Google Tricks That Even Internet Freaks Didn’t Know!
Yes, there are many awesome Google tricks that many people don’t know. Given below are some of them; you will love them and thank us for sharing those with you.
1. Barrel Roll
As usual, logon to the Google homepage and simply enter “Do a barrel roll” in the search box. The moment you press enter, the screen would be seen tumbling upside down.
2. The Atari breakout game
If you are too bored and want to try some new game, you must try out Google’s Atari breakout. It’s very simple. Go to Google, type “Atari Breakout” and now click on “Images”. When you click on the very 1st image, the game would start.
3. Want to experiment with Google Sphere?
Not many know about this “Google Sphere” trick. In the search box, type, “Google Sphere”. Don’t press enter, instead click on “I’m feeling lucky”. That very moment, the contents on the page would form the shape of a sphere and the overall sight is super-lovely.
4. Flip a coin
If you want to toss the “Google way”, this feature is just for you. All you need to do is press the mic on Google and say, “Flip a coin”. As soon as you do that, Google would start flipping and you will get your “Heads” or “Tails”. Good feature for decision makers.
5. Google Gravity
This is one more feature to do some timepass. Type “Google Gravity” in the search box and press, “I’m feeling lucky”. See how that Google screen would shatter down in pieces.
6. Face only
Next time, if you want pictures only of the “Faces” of any actor or actress, you can easily do so, because Google has a feature like that. After searching for a particular person, go to images and then you will see many options for sorting. Choose the option ‘Face’.
And here’s how the searches will appear;
This is a great feature to chat with Aliens (Not literally). This Google Earth 5 feature allows you to chat with an “Alien”; just type “Meliza” in search box and get going.
8. Définir une minuterie
You can even set a timer on Google. For example, type in the search box “Set timer for 5 minutes” and sit back and see the magic.
9. Play animal sounds for kids
This might be a feature you probably didn’t know. Just type “Cat noises” in search box and it will automatically show you a music icon. Click on that and let your child hear the sound of “Meow”.
10. Play Pac-Man
This was basically introduced as a Google Doodle, but later on, it became quite popular as a game. Type “Pac-Man” in the search box and get set to play this interesting game.
Weren’t these tricks interesting?
Rishi Kharbanda, works at Comviva Technologies Limited
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Google provides free patent search services:
Patent search - Patent Attorneys - Patent Applications - Patent Sale
All 8 million patents have been put in the database. Reconnaissance optique de caractères (OCR) has been performed on the pages to make them interrogeable. This searchability includes all US patents and published patent applications.
Apart from Google's (GOOG) Self-Driving Car, Google owns few amazing patents too:
1. Floating Wave-powered Server Farm
A shot of the mysterious barge being erected in the San Francisco Bay, thought to be an unannounced Google project.
Every time you do a Recherche Google for cute cat pictures, watch a YouTube video or send a message via Gmail, Google has to use electricity to provide those services. The global information giant burned up about 2.26 million megawatt-hours in 2010 — about the quarter of the output of a typical nuclear power plant [source: Albanesius].
Perhaps to reduce its utility bills, Google filed a patent application for a "Water-Based Data Center" in 2008. The latter would consist of a barge or cargo ship equipped to capture energy from marées and convert it to electricity, which then would be used to power row after row of computer servers for Google's global information network [source: Clidaras et al.].
While this might seem straight out of the old Kevin Costner dystopian sci-fi flick "Waterworld," there have been some hints lately that Google might actually deploy such floating facilities. The San Jose Mercury News reported in October 2013, for example, that Google was building a mysterious four-story structure atop a barge in the San Francisco Bay, for some secret purpose. The newspaper also reported that a similarly massive structure atop a barge was moored in a harbor in Maine [source: Bailey].
2. Pay-per-gaze Advertising Tracking System
At the Disney Media and Advertising Lab in Austin, Texas, computers follow the eye and facial movements of participants, providing data on what kinds of Internet ads attract attention. Google was awarded a patent for a "gaze tracking system" in 2013.
You may have read or heard advertising executives talk about how many eyeballs their ads are attracting, but Web page views don't really measure the impression that advertising is making upon people. There's no reliable way to tell how long someone looks at an ad, or the sort of impression that it makes. Or at least there wasn't, until now.
In 2013, Google was awarded a patent for a "gaze tracking system" in which a head-mounted device — presumably part of a computer system with video capabilities, such as Google Glass — would capture everything that the wearer gazes at, with an eye to spotting advertisements. (These either could be ads projected by the wearable computer, or else billboards, signs on bus kiosks, and other physical objects.) The system then would record how long the user looked at each ad, and possibly measure the degree of pupil dilation to determine how much of an emotional response the ad evoked [source: Neven].
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Today, Google is not only the undisputed daddy of s-e-a-r-c-h, but over the years it has revolutionary evolved itself to deal and leverage Réalité Augmentée et Intelligence artificielle in its driverless cars with contact lenses, Google Glass, exploring space, tackling ageing and immortality, and ground-breaking robotics inventions among several other niche domains.
Mais search still remains Google’s bread-and-butter which feeds and nurtures all other Google’s cutting-edge initiatives.
Let’s tell you some quick facts about Google Search you may not know:
1. Let’s start with a trip down the memory lane. Here’s how, Google looked in 1997:
2. The name Google is derived from a mathematical term ‘googol’ which means 1 with a hundred zeros.
3. Google announced in 1998, that it was handling about 500,000 searches per day. Today, Google processes more than 2.3 million searches per second, i.e. one hundred Billion searches per month.
4. The reliability on the Google services is so intense, that the global internet traffic dropped by over 40%, when Google was down for 5 minutes on 16th August 2013.
5. Google routes each search with over 200 factors before serving you the most relevant result in less than 1/8th of a second.
6. Today, 69% of the people who use Chrome do not have to type ‘Google’ in the address bar. Google owns a bunch of commonly misspelt domains like Google, Google, http://Goooglor.com, and similar others in the family. Google also owns http://466453.com.
7. Over 60% of Google searches happen on mobile today.
8. It is estimated that Google’s search index stores over 100 million gigabytes of data. It would need one lakh 1TB personal drives to store the same amount of data.
9. You can dive into Google archives at Google - My Activity to see all searches done with your account. You can even download or delete the file. Check yours here.
10. Google intends to scan all known existing 129 million unique books by 2020.
Everyone who is online, daily uses one or the other Google services [may be unknowingly]. Google has become an inseparable part of our daily lives and has gone deeper into the sub-conscious and behaviour patterns. There wouldn’t be a single day, when we do not say “Google it”.
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Arpit Agarwal, former Software Engineer at Google (2015-2017) · Author has 218 answers and 378.3k answer views
ANDROID was not created by GOOGLE .
Google purchased it from a guy named Andy
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YouTube which was created by 3 Paypal workers , which Google purchased for 1.7 Billion Dollar . One amongst those three is Jawed Karim , a German-Bangladeshi
In 1997, Google’s prototype was named “BackRub”.
The name ‘Google’ was an accident. A spelling mistake made by the original founders who thought they were going for ‘Googol’.
Google celebrates Halloween every year in the office. The funniest dress-up was lava lamp in 2007, which I can’t visualize how it must have looked like though.
The first ever review of the Google Search Engine was done by Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Watch on August 4, 1998.
The prime reason the Google home page is so bare is due to the fact that the founders didn’t know HTML and just wanted a quick interface. In fact it was noted that the submit button was a long time coming and hitting the RETURN key was the only way to burst Google into life.
Due to the sparseness of the homepage, in early user tests they noted people just sitting looking at the screen. After a minute of nothingness, the tester intervened and asked ‘Whats up?’ to which they replied “We are waiting for the rest of it”. To solve that particular problem the Google Copyright message was inserted to act as a crude end of page marker.
One of the biggest leap in search usage came about when Google introduced their much improved spell checker giving birth to the “Did you mean…” feature. This instantly doubled their traffic, but they had some interesting discussions on how best to place that information, as most people simply tuned that out. But they discovered the placement at the bottom of the results was the most effective area.
The infamous “I feel lucky” is nearly never used. However, in trials it was found that removing it would somehow reduce the Google experience. Users wanted it kept. It was a comfort button.
I’M FEELING LUCKY COSTS GOOGLE $110 MILLION A YEAR.
Orkut is very popular in Brazil. Orkut was the brainchild of a very intelligent Google engineer who was pretty much given free rein to run with it, without having to go through the normal Google UI procedures, hence the reason it doesn’t look or feel like a Google application. They are looking at improving Orkut to cope with the loads it places on the system.
There are no restrictions on Googler’s dress code in the office, in which pajama, ugly sweater and even super hero costume were on the records.
Google started off its first operations in a rented Garage.
Gmail was used internally for nearly 2years prior to launch to the public. They discovered there was approximately 6 types of email users, and Gmail has been designed to accommodate these 6.
Google’s first chef Charlie Ayers, ( hired in 1999 ) quit Google and opened his own restaurant in 2005.
Employees are encouraged to use 20% of their time working on their own projects. Google News, Orkut are both examples of projects that grew from this working model.
Google products appear in 117 type of languages, including 5 “fake” languages like Elmer Fudd and Swedish Chef. Spanish, German, French and Japanese are the most used search language besides English.
Google won the prestigious award for Technical Achievement in 2000. In the nominees list there were no search engines at all.
Thinking of working in Google? Well, think again if you can’t answer their mysterious and challenging puzzles. Google setup a billboard in Silicon Valley by 2004, stating “First 10 digit prime in consecutive digits of e”. Geeks who got the hint would have visited http://www.7427466391.com/ (which is not available now) with further puzzles to be solved before they were recruited.
The Google logo was never centered (as it appears today). It only appeared centered in March 2001. It was aligned to the left earlier. (And there were a lot more distractions then).
Google’s first employee is Craig Silverstein. Craig is the man behind “exact search” (where you get pages containing the exact search term within quotes.)
In 1999, when Google moved to their Paolo Alto office, there were only 19 employees in the company. Today there are 0ver 2,700 Googlers.
It will take Google 300 years to put the entire world’s information online.
Google reckons only 10% of the world’s information is online.
Google believes up to 20% of the online content changes every month.
Google uses over 300 factors to rank websites which includes PageRank.
According to Google, 20-25% of the search queries are unique.
The index of Google is 3 times larger than Yahoo’s index or MSN’s index.
In Google, thousands of computers are involved in processing a single search query.
70% of Google engineers are working on search-related problems.
Google uses over 200 signals for Pagerank
A lot of Googlers work on automatic translation tools. Google has the largest network of translators in the world.