Saving articles and links from the Internet for later isn’t new, but it’s something that has drawn renewed interest from developers over the past year or so, including the makers of Matter, who are reexamining the approaches of the past through a modern lens. Apps like Instapaper and Read It Later, which became Pocket, pioneered
Ironically, Search is Gmail’s Achilles Heel & the wedge (with AI) to build a great next generation email client — The Information Forum
Everyone is salivating ATM about the idea of GPT competing with google search / giving GOOG competition ‘for the first time in 20 years’ — maybe… > But what I am personally more excited for / waiting for is for someone to seriously challenge gmail (which for me is a way higher lock-in product than google search)… with AI. All the startup attempts to dethrone gmail come ...
I have 19 years of personal history locked up in gmail, but that data-set is completely un-usable to me.
This morning, trawling the Computer Science sections of Arxiv, as I do most mornings, I came across a recent paper from the Federal University of Ceara in Brazil, offering a new Natural Language Processing framework to automate the summarization and extraction of core data from scientific papers. Since this is more or less what I […]
From the recently announced changes to Twitch prime, people are, understandably, upset about Twitch changing their monetization strategy, and are, predictably, wondering about the possibility of making a federated live-streaming platform.