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Google has launched the Coral Dev Board, which uses the best of Google’s machine learning tools to make AI more accessible. The new board boasts a removable system-on-module (SOM) featuring the Edge TPU and looks a lot like a Raspberry Pi. They announced it ahead of the TensorFlow Dev Summit.
With a 3D printed turtle or baseball, say MIT researchers, you have the tools you need to spoof a neural network in the physical world.
Internet giant Google has opened a 3D asset library. Called Poly, the repository teems with everyday and exotic objects for VR/AR creation.
Google's Project Ara and UK start-up OwnFone are already experimenting with 3D printed mobile phones. Will we love them?
In Australia, Alphabet is trialling their Project Wing drone delivery system with real people and is initially offering medicine and fast food.
Online behemoth Google has just released Blocks, a new 3D modeling software that promises easy and accessible content creation for VR.
The Victoria Hand Project (VHP) is up for the chance of winning $750,000 from the Google.org Impact Challenge. You can help out by voting.
The winners of the Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities have been announced, with many using 3D printing to change lives for the better.