Is Artificial Intelligence a threat to Human Intelligence?

Is Artificial Intelligence a threat to Human Intelligence?

With the creativity and intelligence of tech super champs, Artificial Intelligence has come forward with in the past few years. It has no doubts helped us humans, and there are so many examples of it including Siri, Smart cars, video games, Google Now etc. that we use in our daily life. Considering the fast growth of AI and dependency of humans on it, some people believe that the microchips running on algorithms will surpass human intelligence in the near future. However some people still have hope for human intelligence. As they believe that HI is far more unique and better […]

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Goodbye to Google+ Photos: Google Photos takes over

Goodbye to Google+ Photos: Google Photos takes over

If you are an Android and Google+ Photos user, you have surely seen the short movie clip that Google+ Photos makes for you including pictures that you have taken from your mobile. It used to always bring smiles watching the compilations. However that is not going to be the case anymore, maybe it is going to be even better. For those who haven’t switched yet, it is time: Google Photos. Google Photos, yes it is just without the +, was launched earlier this year at the Google I/O after the dragged prolongation of Google+ Photos. Besides a new dedicated application […]

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Google AdWords Update Combats “Fat Finger Syndrome”

Here’s how Google plans to handle accidental clicks on ads Resistive to capacitive touch screens, phones to tablets and tablets to phablets, it has all happened within this decade. Smart marketing has breathed through progressive technology and Google has always kept up with it. With Adwords’ and Adsense’s success there is not much of a story to tell about Google Ads platforms. One major problem that third party studies have put forward is of accidental clicks that have risen up to 50%. With touch screens it has become highly likely that while swiping or tapping something else an ad opens […]

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The impact of Google’s ‘Phantom’ Update

The Google “phantom” algorithm has been on the roll for over a month now and has impacted many websites in causing up to even 60% drops in organic website traffic overnight. HubPages, a collection of more than 870,000 miniblogs covering everything from the “History of advertising” to “How to identify venomous house spiders,” saw its Google search traffic plunge 22 percent on May 3 from the prior week. Of the company’s 100 top pages, 68 lost visitors over that stretch. According to Searchmetrics, the clear decline in visibility has been of the certain how-to sites, mostly pertaining to those with […]

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SEO Techniques You Should not Use in 2014

SEO Techniques You Should not Use in 2014

Google has made some big changes over the past 2-3 years. SEO is not that easy as it was few years back. Now a SEO person has to be very careful while optimizing SEO techniques for a website. Here are some SEO techniques that can harm your site and you should not use them in 2014. Spammy Guest Blogging: Guest blogging has been a good way to drive traffic and sales. But over time it has become a spammy SEO practice. Google considered it a spammy technique because the companies main purpose of posting blogs is to gain more backlinks […]

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