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Technology is revolutionizing the way we live, we work and interact with others. High-tech approaches are an integral part of our lives now. What would we do without technology in our daily lives? Love it or hate it, technology is here to stay and how. We at Mi Community try our best to keep our Mi fans updated with the latest technology trends and news. In the hustle and bustle of our busy daily lives you may not get enough time to have a look on each of the tech news we put here. No worries, we are here to help you out.
If you couldn't keep up with the tech updates of last week due to your busy routine here is the compilation of Tech threads that have been posted here in past week for you. Lets see what we have in store for you!
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Android's story with the share menu is long, messy, and complicated. Things have gotten relatively better in Android 10, but that hasn't stopped some app developers from implementing a non-native share sheet. This is especially true for Google's own apps, like Photos, YouTube, Maps, and News. Chrome might soon join the fray with its own sharing hub. The new share menu is still in development. It doesn't seem to be visible by default for any users and several of its features aren't fully functional yet.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2827972-1-0.html
Artificial Intelligence or AI is being developed at breakneck speeds. While this is not particularly a bad thing, many are worried that we might lose control over AI, if it is not properly regulated. There are certain organisations that are keeping watch over the development of AI, like the Elon Musk founded AI research organisation, OpenAI. The company works on many subsets of AI and most of us might know about it by its achievement of besting some of the world’s best DOTA players. Now, the company has taken a step towards introducing human-level dexterity in bots by training a pair of neural networks that enable solving the Rubik’s Cube with a single robot-hand.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2534830-1-0.html
Facebook may now be better known for violating the privacy of its users but it doesn’t want anyone else from doing the same. All your best efforts to set all the privacy options on Facebook are all for naught, however, the moment some inquisitive friend or relative gets a hold of your phone and, therefore, your Messenger chats.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2835093-1-0.html
Ah, WhatsApp. It's a Facebook-owned chat client with more than 5 billion installs on Android and has been quite stubbornly behind the curve on bringing on a dark mode of some sort. The first hint of it came in 2018, then came a couple more signals last year, but it's now 2020 and we've still had no reason to pull out our Simon & Garfunkel jokes. Well, good news at last: the latest beta will finally let you give dark mode a spin.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2829091-1-0.html
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