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kq4ym
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5/14/2017 | 5:48:29 PM
Re: Google's search
It does seem that Google's got a long way to go to catch up in the cloud business, but they've got lots of the engineers and more hired all the time to try to get that part of the business moving a bit more rapidly to catch up with AWS. Interesting though that as noted "Google stopped short of providing meaningful, quantifiable statistics on just how the cloud is performing." 
Joe Stanganelli
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5/1/2017 | 7:46:03 AM
Re: Google's digital assistant
@John: Michelle is right.  In fact, to my knowledge, they all are.  Even Siri (which is why you can't access her if you're having connectivity problems).

Not only are these tools very helpful, but they're fun -- with various Easter eggs implanted for various special commands.
Joe Stanganelli
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5/1/2017 | 7:43:29 AM
Re: Ready, steady, go
@Michelle: There's your explanation then!  (Part of it, at least...)
Michelle
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4/30/2017 | 8:18:29 PM
Re: Google's digital assistant
Yes, it's cloud-based. I believe it pulls info from a variety of sources to provide you with an answer.
JohnMason
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4/30/2017 | 12:36:14 PM
Google's digital assistant
Isn't Google's digital assistant cloud based? That feature has been a tremendous help to me. I can use voice commands to find all kinds of esoteric material (but useful to me) and have the answer read to me in a flash.
Michelle
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4/30/2017 | 10:53:15 AM
Re: Ready, steady, go
@Joe Wow, just 5 years? That's inline with computer hardware...ouch.
Joe Stanganelli
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4/30/2017 | 10:37:03 AM
Re: Ready, steady, go
@Michelle: To be sure, the average engineering degree obsolesces in something like 5 years, on average.  So that sounds about right to me!
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4/29/2017 | 11:50:41 PM
Re: Ready, steady, go
@ Michelle exactly the market is still new so the mix of new players existing players and technology will most certainly result in shifts over the short and long term.
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4/29/2017 | 8:29:11 PM
Re: Ready, steady, go
@Maryam It's hard to imagine what the landscape will look like in 5 years (or less). Perspective is everything...
Joe Stanganelli
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4/29/2017 | 7:17:33 PM
Re: Google's search
@ak22: I'm heavily inclined to agree with you.  Personally, I am neutral about (or in a few cases, antipathetic toward) almost all of Google's products/solutions -- except the search engine.  Even though I value my privacy, DuckDuckGo and the like simply can't compete with Google's algorithms.
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