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Philips 100W Equivalent Soft White (2700K) A21 Dimmable LED Light Bulb review - CNET

Initially priced at $25, Philips' LED has since been marked down a few bucks to $22, which is still slightly more expensive than what you'll see from competitors like GE and Cree. Philips justifies that by claiming an extra 80 lumens' worth of brightness over those two, along with superior dimming capabilities. However, our tests didn't reveal any noticeable difference in either brightness or dimmability. That, along with the fact that Philips offers half the warranty that you'll get with GE or Cree, makes this bulb difficult to recommend.

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'It's Not the Shark's Fault': Aussie Teen Surfer Laughs After Shark Bites Her Leg

Australian teenager Kirra-Belle Olsson posted photos on Facebook of the injuries she sustained in a shark attack on Friday, as she made it clear it was not the shark's fault.

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Photographer Captures the Old-Soul Beauty of Senior Dogs

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 19 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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7 Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People

EI should not be associated with being a "positive-look on the bright side" sort of person. This article is assuming that all emotionally intelligent people are emotionally sensitive. I don't think EI is what the author is defining; instead, Ithink he/she is defining optimistic people and their habits. I define emotional intelligence as being able to read peoples emotions and having the capacity to act accordingly. You can be emotionally intelligent and use that knowledge(some would say skill) to manipulate others to get what is in your best interest- that's not being a positive-surround myself with like-minded people...If you are "highly" EI and you come across someone who is negative and wants to vent, because of the way the sound, act, look, and so forth, you will act accordingly to whether you are a selfless or selfish person. Furthermore, if there is no personal investment, the "highly" EI can decide not to act at all because they are apathetic to the person/situation. Thoughts?

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PhotoMath Is A Free App That Can Solve Equations Through Smartphone Cameras

Math is one of the hardest subjects in school, which is why owning a graphing calculator seems like a necessity for students. But what if you could use your smartphone to solve equations by pointing the camera at the problem in your textbook instead of using a graphing calculator? That is the idea behind PhotoMath. PhotoMath is a free mobile app that can read and solve mathematical expressions using your smartphone camera in real time.

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The Amazing History Of The To-Do List--And How To Make One That Actually Works

I'm a MASSIVE fan of to-do lists and getting yourself organized so time is as well-spent as possible. Of course, my nicely planned day often takes a turn for the unpredictable depending on what goes on at work and at home. So, even though I start the day with an ideal list of what I want to accomplish, I allow for the fact that it can be ruined. The best I can do is choose the absolutely most critical things that need doing and make sure I least do them.

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BEACONS: What They Are, How They Work, And Why Apple's iBeacon Technology Is Ahead Of The Pack

Beacons are a low-cost piece of hardware — small enough to attach to a wall or countertop — that use battery-friendly, low-energy Bluetooth connections to transmit messages or prompts directly to a smartphone or tablet. They are poised to transform how retailers, event organizers, transit systems, enterprises, and educational institutions communicate with people indoors. Consumers might even want to deploy them as part of home automation systems.

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Meet the smart and modular Mr. Coffee Smart Optimal Brew (pictures) - CNET

Command the Mr. Coffee Smart Optimal Brew through the Belkin WeMo mobile app on iOS and Android devices.

9 How cultures around the world make decisions

The American obsession with choice insists that choice be installed globally, whether through geopolitics or consumer goods. It’s anathema to let people limit their own choices. “It’s tied to being free,” says Markus. “And how do you know you’re free? Because you get to freely choose and do what you want to do and follow your heart and your dream. The way things are now are not the way they have to be tomorrow. It’s bedrock for us, for our American selves. Freedom equals choice, and in every human heart is the desire to be free, so that must mean choice for all.”

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How The Most Successful People Poop At Work

With all the newly minted but same old messages about wellness at the workplace, perhaps leadership will consider adding 'one firm bowel movement everyday' to the list of core behaviors. A stretch behavior could be two movements. A menu behavior could be it hits the water like an Acapulco Diver with little to no splash, is a light golden brown, slightly curves at the end...and floats. Yes floats. This means you're eating the right foods and will most likely cost yourself and your employer far less in medical bills in the long run. And while you may not exit the bathroom like my cat from the litter box who then gallops from end of the house to the other afterwards, you'll leave the bunny warren of stalls with a sense of pride and a feeling of great joy, to help overcome that bathroom anxiety. That's my two dingleberries!

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Japanese Hobbyists Build A Working Transformer | TechCrunch

Eee-urrk-urrk-urrk-urk! A pair of Japanese hobbyists have built a transforming robot that can walk or, when in sports car form, drive around autonomously. It’s called the J-deite Quarter and is four feet tall. The goal, apparently, is to make a full-sized transformer… just because they can.

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Amazon Fire Phone Flops | TechCrunch

Amazon Fire Phone is Amazon's first launch in the field of mobile smartphones. It runs on a customized OS for the Fire Phone based off of the Android platform and comes with full compatibility with all of Amazon's product lines such as Amazon Prime, Amazon Music, and Mayday. Amazon Fire Phone also features Dynamic Perspective, which uses four infrared cameras to track your face, instantly …

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Cancer Vaccine Exists, Goes Unused

Of note, teenagers do sometimes faint after HPV vaccination. "We think it's really important for the teens, the parents, and the clinicians," Schuchat said, "to observe them for 15 minutes or so after vaccine is given because kids are just running off and sometimes pass out. There was actually even a death from someone who fainted shortly after getting one of these vaccines and was in a car accident. So we think it's important to not jump off the table and run off and go about your business, but to actually rest for 15 minutes."

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First Look At 3D Camera App 3DAround | TechCrunch

Illic says the inspiration for the app came from watching food blogger friends take dozens of photos of plates of grub from different angles and struggle to decide which was best. He thought “Why can’t you just go around the whole thing, so you don’t have to worry about the perfect shot with a single angle.” Originally he figured that would require a camera with expensive 3D sensors, but in fact, newer iPhones are capable if given the right software. That’s where Dacuda comes in.

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Why An Anti To-Do List Might Be The Secret To Productivity

As for the "Done" list, I've done this and LOVED it! I used to keep an Accomplishments journal where at the end of the day I'd write a list of all the things I'd done. It felt amazing to give my time such wonderful affirmation because I would deliberately list at least fifteen things I did. It might be as simple as making a phone call to my sister, or getting my daughter to school (things that are normal parts of my day and probably not on my to-do list), or project-specific to-dos, but I'd add a quick few sentences about the accomplishment and give myself credit for having done that.

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Why You Should Spend Your Mornings In A Cave

Provides an insightful look into the less talked about but obviously important discourse, the groupthink model saw its day. The birds of a flock that once flew across the landscape of history need a rethought process, the groupthink train has long left the station and today's landscape needs fixes that postdate the thinking present when groups were nucleated and populations sparse because then they were the individuals. However, today, the independent individual is the primate decision making ideate.

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Madeleine Albright Just Schooled Conan on Halloween Etiquette

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The Fire Phone Is Officially a Failure | WIRED

Amazon’s Fire phone now only costs $1 if you buy it with a 2-year AT&T contract. When it launched a few months ago, it was $199. If only it had been priced at $1 when it launched in July, perhaps it wouldn’t have been such a failure.

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Work Smart: Do Your Worst Task First (Or, Eat a Live Frog Every Morning)

The best work habit you can ever get into is very simple: Do your worst task first thing in the morning. Every given day, you've got one major to-do that's highest priority. But when you've got the whole day stretching out ahead of you, it's easy to put it off until after you get your coffee, check our email, or go to that meeting. But just like breakfast is the most important meal of the day, the first thing you accomplish at work sets the tone for the rest of the day.

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The Science Of The Common Core: Experts Weigh In On Its Developmental Appropriateness

Does anyone find it interesting that David Coleman, who is credited with being the architect of Common Core, doesn’t have a teaching degree? Does anyone find it interesting that the Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, also does not possess a teaching degree? Why are these people in charge of educating a nation? Are Americans supposed to believe that just because they went to a prestigious college, they are well educated, may have numerous degrees and lots of money that it makes them qualified to educate our children? What’s intriguing to me is that real education experts do not support Common Core or high stakes standardized testing; e.g. Sandra Stotsky, James Milgram and former Assistant Secretary of Education, Diane Ravitch. Janet Napolitano led an initiative to get all the state governors on board with Common Core so it would appear that the states wanted it. How convenient since federal intrusion into state education affairs is unconstitutional. I guess big government and big business think Americans are stupid or, at the very least, too apathetic to realize what’s happening. Napolitano went on to work in the Obama administration.

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8 Apps to Help You Get More Done in Less Time

Fret no longer — we've done the research for you; we've rounded up eight apps that will help with anything from managing administrative tasks, making shipping a non-pain and even streamlining your social media reporting. So take a deep breath and know you're one step closer to getting the most out of each and every day, with more time to dedicate to what matters most to you.

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Elon Musk Thinks Sci-Fi Nightmare Scenarios About Artificial Intelligence Could Really Happen

Elon Musk Thinks Sci-Fi Nightmare Scenarios About Artificial Intelligence Could Really Happen

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Atlas Obscura's 20 Most Astonishing Discoveries of 2013

It has been an incredible year in curious places — from lost cities, to a cat island, to the unsettling details of Icelandic magic — and we are looking forward to the year ahead in uncovering more of the world's hidden wonders.

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Eyewitness to Hell: Life in Ebola-Ravaged Liberia

Throughout West Africa there are a lot of rumors, myths and misinformation about Ebola. As a result, communities struggling with real dangers and few choices also contend with anger, frustration and fear. There were some neighborhoods that believed Ebola wasn’t a real threat and that the people in their community were dying due to a lack of food or Malaria. Even the people of West Point accused me of bringing the Ebola virus to their community.

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Absurd Creature of the Week: The Vampire Frog That Devours Its Mother's Eggs | WIRED

Now, it seems to be a rule in nature that the strangest tadpoles develop into the most ordinary-looking frogs, while the more ordinary-looking tadpoles develop into the most extraordinary frogs. The vampire flying frog is decidedly in the former camp. Even among other species in its family, which have “totally boring tadpoles,” the vampire flying frog has “completely out-there tadpoles,” said Rowley. So the question becomes: Why? Why go about things differently than any other tadpole on Earth? Well Rowley reckons the fangs help the tadpoles better eat their mother’s unfertilized eggs. You know, like ya do.

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5 Tips For Prioritizing Your Ever-Growing To-Do List

Check one item off: Organize your day an hour before you get to work. Your boss will thank you for it.

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3 Steps For Eliminating Your Bad Habits

“Once habits have formed, just perceiving the cues will automatically bring the response to mind,” says Wood. “For example, when you walk into your kitchen first thing in the morning, you are likely to think about making coffee. The cues of kitchen and early morning bring making coffee-making to mind, and people often carry out the thought in mind.” While we rarely recognize our good habits because they’re consistent with our goals, our bad habits are easy to identify because they cause us to struggle even after we’ve made decisions not to do them.

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Exclusive: Google CEO Larry Page Reorgs Staff, Anoints Sundar Pichai as New Product Czar

The move seems born of Page’s concern — which is not new — that Google will become less innovative as it ages. In a memo to staff, he noted that the changes will create less of a bottleneck and also help him focus his attention on existing and new products. That said, he’ll continue to directly manage business and operations, including access and energy (a new unit run by Craig Barratt), Nest, Calico, Google X, corporate development, legal, finance and business (including ad sales).

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You Can Now Build Oculus Rift Projects In The Free Version Of Unity | TechCrunch

The rest of the SDK’s changes are primarily behind-the-curtain performance tweaks, except for one big bullet point: Linux support. It’s labeled as “experimental,” so expect bugs galore. But if you’re on Linux and want to get in on the virtual reality fun without having to dual boot, it’s finally feasible. (You’ll still have to wait for devs to port their wares to Linux, of course.)

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Google, Oxford University team up on artificial intelligence - CNET

Oxford professors Nando de Freitas and Phil Blunsom, as well as Edward Grefenstette and Karl Moritz Hermann, co-founded Dark Blue Labs last year and are experts in the "use of deep learning for natural language understanding." The specialists will focus on "enabling machines to better understand what users are saying to them."

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Don’t Open Random PowerPoint Presentations From Strangers Right Now (Or Ever, Really) | TechCrunch

Nah. Do a few things things, and you should be safe: 1) Play it smart about what presentations you open 2) If you’re on a build of Windows that has User Account Control as an option, enable it (it should be on by default, in most cases.) This won’t fix the bug outright, but it’ll throw up a big permissions prompt that’ll remind you not to open mystery files. 3) Check out this advisory page from Microsoft, which offers up a temporary patch until Microsoft finalizes a security update.

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The Nexus 9 wasn't designed to be an iPad killer

Indeed, it's smaller and lighter than the iPad Airs and feels more portable. It also rivals Apple's tablet in performance -- on paper, anyway. If Google wants to prove it can be a serious productivity tool, this is the company's golden opportunity. The Nexus 9 is packing a dual-core 2.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra K1 chipset, but don't let the number of cores fool you: We've already seen a glimpse of what the first-generation K1 can do, and it was a fantastic performer. The new Nexus comes with the next-gen Denver K1, which comes with 64-bit support and is supposed to be even more powerful.

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Silicon Power Armor A60 review - CNET

Similar to the LaCie Rugged drive , the A60's edges are covered with a soft rubber shell to protect it from drops and there's a lid that keep its USB port safe from moisture and dust. Silicon Power says the drive meets the US military MIL-STD-810G standard in terms of ruggedness and is compliant with the IPX4 splash-resistant specification. Basically it's designed to survived harsh conditions and can keep the data safe from water splashes from all angles for at least five minutes. Note that the drive is not waterproof. You can't submerge it in water for a long period of time, but it should survive if you leave it out in the rain.

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DC comes for Marvel on the small screen: a first look at 'The Flash' and 'Constantine'

While DC doesn’t have quite the spread of TV shows and movies that Marvel has developed, it’s a few months away from launching three new series based on the lower-profile parts of its comics empire. Wednesday night, we got a look at the pilots from two of those series: The Flash , airing on CW, and NBC’s Constantine. Both have potential, but they couldn’t be more different – and neither is a sure bet.

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AFC2 Jailbreak tweak for iOS 8 - iOS 8.1 gives full filesystem access over USB

So if you’re looking for full filesystem access on your Pangu jailbroken device then install Apple File Conduit “2” from Cydia, and let me know it goes. It is compatible with all iOS versions including iOS 8 — iOS 8.1.

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The Groups App I Wish Facebook Would Build | TechCrunch

Unfortunately, that’s a bad idea. By the time Facebook has determined a post in a group to be buzzy enough to interest you, it’s often information that arrives too late. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve kicked myself for missing a great deal on a piece of furniture or other item that was quickly snatched up on a local yard sale group, or saw a post about a local community event pop up after the event had already wrapped.

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The Air Force's secret 1970s plan to use 747s as aircraft carriers

Flying aircraft carriers are staples science fiction and steampunk. It's an idea that sounds like it would be completely crazy in reality, but it's not crazy enough to keep the Air Force commissioning a report on the idea from Boeing back in 1973.

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Which gaming mice are worth buying?

The peripherals you play with can be just as important to your gaming success as actual skill. A suboptimal keyboard or sluggish mouse can open the door to defeat, which is why it's a good idea to pick up equipment specifically made for the job. But like a lot of specialized tools, gaming mice don't come cheap, and you wouldn't want to spend a pretty penny on one only to find it lacking in speed or features. We don't review mice very often here at Engadget, so we've consulted the opinions of trusted critics to find some recent options that can help pave a path to victory. Gallery | 8 Photos Best gaming mice + See all 8

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Google’s Nest Acquires Home Automation Hub Revolv

As part of the deal, the Revolv product is going away. Existing customers will continue to receive support, but the company doesn’t plan on selling new devices. Revolv data will remain separate from Google.

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Watch a 'Game of Thrones' star create planets in this sci-fi short film

Aiden Gillen is by now best known for playing ambitious men, particularly on critically acclaimed HBO series. On Game of Thrones , he plays the conniving Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, and on The Wire , he played conflicted politician Tommy Carcetti. So Polish digital effects company Platige Image and the European Space Agency probably figured he was uniquely suited for their new short film  Ambition . The short, which debuted at the British Film Institute's Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder celebration this week, features Gillen and Irish actress Aisling Franciosi as they look back on one of mankind's major missions into space, all while they create planetoids and comets with only their minds.

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Awww: A whole subreddit filled with baby-elephant GIFs - CNET

It's Friday, which means we've all made it through another long week. Celebrate in the best way possible by checking out this subreddit dedicated to GIFs of baby elephants.

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FORGET VIDEO GAMES: Here's What It's Like To Put On A Costume And Go Live-Action Role Playing

FORGET VIDEO GAMES: Here's What It's Like To Put On A Costume And Go Live-Action Role Playing

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Nest's Smart Thermostat and Smoke Detector Just Got Smarter

Now, more than 4,000 developers are a part of its Works With Nest platform, which connects smart products with Nest's offerings, the company said on Friday. The integration growth is a part of a greater effort by Nest (and ultimately Google ) to kickstart the home automation revolution.

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It's Officially The Worst Year For Recalls; Should You Worry?

The big safety campaign for potentially defective airbags has tipped the number of recalled cars and trucks above 52 million for 2014. Put another way, that means one out of five vehicles on American roads has been the subject of a recall.

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Flare Alert: Monster Sunspot Turns Toward Earth : DNews

The sun may be an average star when compared to the menagerie of stars that exist in our galaxy, but to Earth and all life on our planet, the sun is the most important object in the Universe. However, regardless of its importance and close proximity, our nearest star holds many mysteries that continue to fox solar physicists after decades of modern studies with cutting-edge observatories. One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the sun is the underlying mechanisms that drive solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs). Monday evening (EST), the sun reminded us that it hasn't quite finished with the current solar maximum (of solar cycle 24), unleashing a powerful X4.9 solar flare -- the biggest of 2014. An armada of space telescopes witnessed the event, including NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory that can spy the sun's temper tantrums in astounding high definition. Shown here, 5 of the 10 filters from the SDO's Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) instrument are featured, showing the sun's lower corona (the solar multimillion degree atmosphere) through 5 wavelengths; each wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light representing a different plasma temperature and key coronal features -- such as coronal loops (highlighted here in the 'yellow' 171A filter) and ejected plasma that formed a CME.

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How 21 Big Tech Companies Got Their Names

The expression ‘what’s in a name’ – or the slightly more poetic ‘a rose by any other name’ – means, essentially, that a name doesn’t matter. It suggests that it’s the attributes of a person or object that will dictate what it truly is and how it is seen by the world.

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Now Everyone Wants to Sell You a Magical Anonymity Router. Choose Wisely | WIRED

Maintaining your privacy online, like investing in stocks or looking good naked, has become one of those nagging desires that leaves Americans with a surplus of stress and a deficit of facts. So it’s no surprise that a cottage industry of privacy marketers now wants to sell them the solution in a $50 piece of hardware promising internet “anonymity” or “invisibility.” And as with any panacea in a box, the quicker the fix, the more doubt it deserves.

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This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: iPads, Disrupt London, And iPads | TechCrunch

You might have heard that Apple released some new iPads last week. A lot of them. Plus, TechCrunch ventured across the pond for Disrupt London, where a number of incredible hardware startups debuted their wares. It was a long, but awesome, week.

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The Queen’s First Tweet Is A Royal Mystery | TechCrunch

There was some controversy over whether or not the Queen actually typed out the tweet herself, as videos of the occasion only show her strolling up to an iPad on a lectern, removing a glove, and pressing a single button. However, pictures taken before show her typing on an iPad. Still, TweetDeck shows that the tweet was sent from an iPhone, as you can see in the picture below.

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Making the Internet of Things Understand Your Voice | MIT Technology Review

With Wit.ai, developers type a handful of plain-English commands they want it to recognize, such as “Wake me up tomorrow at 6” or “Wake me up in 20 minutes,” and note what they want to accomplish through each command—in this case, set the alarm on a hypothetical voice-controlled smart watch. Wit.ai uses what it knows about language to figure out the different ways a command might be expressed. Then, when a user wants to set the alarm for a specific time, that person’s utterances are sent to a Wit.ai server, which analyzes the audio and sends structured data back to the gadget—here, the instruction to set the alarm for the proper date and time. A demo on the company’s site gives an idea of how this can work. Already, about 4,600 developers are using Wit.ai with things like mobile apps , robots , home automation , and wearable devices.

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