AI Web Develoment

Here is a fancy new project: the world’s first AI platform that designs websites. And the Worlds very first AI developer seems to speak English and have a sense of humor 🙂

Here is what they say on their website:

This is not a website builder. This is your personal AI web developer. Its first masterpiece is the website you’re looking at right now.

Sure thing it makes sense to look into the code, turns out there are actually some helpful comments in English, like these:

// Don't follow link

or even like these:

catch (e) {
    // noop

Man, it’s Super-Future-Cyberpunk-Christmas-Today, this things seems like fun until it actually decides to take over the world.

Brain-to-brain Internet

The Internet was a way to connect computers, and now it can be a way to connect brains” said Research Assistant Professor Andrea Stocco, after receiving a signal that made him involuntarily hit fire in a computer game. The signal was transmitted via Internet.

I wonder if brain-to-brain-web development would be awesome, definitely sounds like it.

More details in this article and on the research website.

Quantum Artificial Intelligence Is Under Way

Quantum Processor

D-Wave is a perfect example of a niche business: company that sells the world’s only commercial quantum computer. They just scored their second client – a collaboration between Google, NASA and the non-profit Universities Space Research Association.

These guys will explore machine learning and other stuff, probably with the usual ultimate goal to create a super-intelligent computer and make it rule the world.


Google Mirror API

Welcome to the future of mobile development – Google rolls out the Mirror API for future Glass developers.

Glass is a unique platform that is mobile but fundamentally different than existing mobile platforms in both design and use. To develop great experiences and effectively test them, you need to have Glass and use it in your everyday life. This is why the Google Mirror API is in a Developer Preview and actual access to the API service will be rolled out slowly, starting with the Glass Explorers as they get their Glass.

In the meantime, start reading about the Google Mirror API and start dreaming about the next, great, mobile experience. We hope you are as excited as we are, and we can’t wait to see the great things you’ll build!

Sounds like fun, let’s hope they wouldn’t close it in a year like other not-so-lucky projects…