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PaulChau
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7/24/2018 | 12:44:10 AM
Useful changes
Nobody would mind if the changes to be made are for the better of the cloud technology. If this is guaranteed, then we as users are bound to show our acceptance and move on. We would not want to hinder a good effort in making this particular technology even better for our daily usage for sure.
JohnMason
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7/7/2017 | 3:22:49 AM
Re: AI
I'm fairly confident that Google will only get better in that regard.
JohnMason
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7/7/2017 | 3:20:34 AM
Re: AI
I would have to at least partially disagree there. Google Voice has been doing acceptable transcriptions of my voice mail, no complaints.
kq4ym
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7/6/2017 | 4:55:56 PM
Re: AI
I've been using the Google products for years and that may explain why I would tend to use them over competitors and wonder if the companies are taking that psychology in consideration when they attempt to gain market share from others. Box may have been forced by the market to"gain access to Redmond's artificial intelligence and machine-learning tools," as one of the reasons for the link up.
Joe Stanganelli
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7/2/2017 | 12:34:27 AM
Re: Getting into the shadows
@daniel: But why Box specifically over, say, another competitor?

I mean, what you describe certainly sounds plausible. I'm just curious why Box gets the honor. Maybe because it offers the most value as a company for the valuation?
Joe Stanganelli
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7/1/2017 | 1:44:54 PM
Re: AI
@John: I will say this... Google Docs is exquisite for collaboration. It has its weaknesses, but hot damn what a nifty tool when you want to work on a document in real time with someone else.

It's especially great for creative collaboration. Here's a piece I wrote for a once-sister site of Light Reading, once upon a time, about an experience I had with Google Docs for this purpose: (link)
Joe Stanganelli
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7/1/2017 | 1:08:05 PM
Re: AI
@John: What hurts Google in this regard, IMHO, is its terrible transcription.

From what I have personally witnessed, the company just doesn't have its act together on interpreting the words people are saying -- particularly when compared against competitors.
Michelle
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6/29/2017 | 7:33:30 PM
Re: Getting into the shadows
There are so many intersections for modern tech companies, it's difficult to keep up. I think this is a very interesting agreement and I wonder if they made specific requests to keep from stepping on one another... 
JohnMason
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6/29/2017 | 1:35:20 PM
Re: AI
Also (I almost forgot) Google Drive has been at least as good as Box for my uses.
JohnMason
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6/29/2017 | 1:34:16 PM
Re: AI
My experience with the most customer-facing AI (the personal AI assistant) is that Google's is light-years ahead of MS's or Apple's, if that small exposure is indicative of the larger situation regarding sophistication of AI software.
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