Gboard beta comes with email auto-complete, unified search for emoji, stickers, GIFs

Google pushed a new beta of its keyboard app Gboard. Version 7.0.2 comes with the ability to “Search all media” and to autocomplete emails. There are also some design tweaks and rearranged Settings menu. Screengrabs from Gboard beta 7.0.2 Instead of “Universal Media Keyboard”, as previously rumored, Gboard 7.0 has Search all media box for all the emojis, stickers and GIFs. Now it is the first tab and features a carousel for swiping through the results of whatever you are looking for. You can search for any particular type of media with the other tabs that are not new in the… – Latest articles

YouTube pulls autocomplete results that showed child abuse terms

YouTube has been working hard lately to fix issues around child exploitation and abuse. The Google-owned video service revamped its policies and their enforcement around videos featuring minors or family-friendly characters in disturbing situations….
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Google Search upgrades its dictionary card with a separate search box, autocomplete, and history

No matter what crazy projects Google works on, Search is still the company’s bread and butter. Over the years, it’s continued to build up the good old Google Search page with small but useful improvements. The latest of these is a change to the way its built-in dictionary operates, separating it out from the main search function.

Adding ‘define’ before or after another word or phrase causes Google to pull up dictionary results for that query, both from the web and its own dictionary.

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Google’s latest AI experiment lets software autocomplete your doodles

Google Brain, the search giant’s internal artificial intelligence division, has been making substantial progress on computer vision techniques that let software parse the contents of hand-drawn images and then recreate those drawings on the fly. The latest release from the division’s AI experiments series is a new web app that lets you collaborate with a neural network to draw doodles of everyday objects. Start with any shape, and the software will then auto-complete the drawing to the best of its ability using predictions and its past experience digesting millions of user-generated examples.

The software is called Sketch-RNN, and Google researchers first announced it…

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