With the Pixel line, Google originally set out to craft its own Android smartphone experience around both hardware and software. We used to call it a Google Phone but it would actually take a few more years for the mythical Google Phone, as we envisioned it, to become a reality.
Pixelmator Pro's new ML Crop feature takes advantage of artificial intelligence to provide suggestions for eye-catching ways to crop your photos in the latest update.
Google Photos is introducing several new features in its iOS and Android app designed to make it easier to relive your favorite moments and pick the content for the Memories feature.
Google Photos is rolling out a cool new feature that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to animate a virtual camera for a smooth, nicely done panning effect.
Ever since poaching Google’s head of search John Giannandrea to lead its artificial intelligence (AI) efforts, Apple's been acquiring startups that specialize in AI and machine learning (ML).
German developer Algoriddim today unveiled djay Pro AI, a major update to its DJing app for the iPhone and iPad that brings a new machine learning-powered featured, dubbed Neural Mix.
Camera+, one of the longest-standing iPhone camera apps, has been updated today with ML Magic, a machine learning-powered feature that promises to "perform sorcery on your photos".
Apple continues bolstering its artificial intelligence and machine learning talent with new acquisitions, the latest being an alleged purchase of Inductiv.
The excellent Pixelmator Pro image editor for the Mac was updated today with a cool new feature allowing you to boost the image resolution while keep details sharp, without introducing visible image artifacts like pixelation or blurriness.
Photoshop maker Adobe today announced that a smart subject selection feature powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning is now available in Photoshop for iPad, the app's second major feature addition since its launch at the Adobe MAX conference in November.
In response to privacy concerns raised a few days ago in an article by the British newspaper the Guardian, Apple has temporarily suspended the Siri grading program globally, saying that an upcoming iOS software update will give its customers new controls so they could choose whether they would like to participate in the grading process or not.
Last weekend's report from the British newspaper the Guardian detailed that Apple hires contractors who are tasked with listening to some Siri audio, prompting critics to take the story as proof that Apple's commitment to privacy is nothing more than marketing talk.