Google's Project Glass: You ain't seen nothin' yet

(Blog Post) The augmented-reality Project Glass provides a peek into Google's ambitions with artificial intelligence and how AI software could further shake up mobile computing.

Google's Project Glass demo is certainly the coolest hardware demo so far this year. Behind the scenes is something equally intriguing: artificial-intelligence software. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Apr 6, 2012 - 9:29 AM PDT
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by nancy martinez - Apr. 11, 2012

The article revolves around Google's latest creation in the process, Google Project glasses which would allow you to interact hands free with the internet as a smart phone currently allows your too. The article's science connection is the technology behind the glasses, the possibility of A.I has always intrigued public audiences making the subject of the article not only current but interesting. This is relative to the bay area since Google is located in the Silicon Valley.

The controversy behind the advanced Google project Glasses will be whether people ever be technology free with new innovation being constantly created and how will this affect social interaction amongst people? Are people becoming too dependent on their electronic devices?

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by Anna Woelfel - May. 6, 2012

This article is very interesting to read, but I feel like it lacks hard facts. There are not many experts quoted and there is not a lot of hard data explaining the project. This could be due to the limited information available on this project, but it makes the article less credible.

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