Google’s New “Bharat Saves” Website
Google wants to help everyone save more and invest better. So the US-headquartered technology company, with a significant India presence, is going to develop a new website named “Bharat Saves” which will offer information on financial planning. Google plans to align its Bharat Saves website to the government’s financial inclusion scheme, Jan Dhan Yojana. Since their 2014 launch, Jan Dhan Yojana has seen 24 crore new bank accounts being opened and has attracted deposits of Rs 41,000 crore.
Artificial Intelligence May Perform Better Diagnosis of Lung Diseases
According to a new study, Artificial Intelligence can be used to help improve the diagnosis accuracy of lung diseases. The team developed an algorithm process, in addition to the routine of lung function parameters, clinical variables of smoking history, body mass index (BMI), and age. Based on the pattern of both the clinical and lung function data, the algorithm makes a suggestion for a more accurate diagnosis.
Scientists Developed Google Glass-like Devices to Diagnose Brain Disorders
Researchers have developed a diagnosis system based on virtual reality technology. It may help in the early detection of various neuro-degenerative disorders such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. The system consists of VR headsets like Google Glass, a non-contact sensor controller, and a mobile platform.
The researches said that when a person puts on the glasses, a person without any disorder quickly adapts to VR and keeps a stable position while a person with a disease can not change and loses balance.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphones to be Launched in October
According to new updates, Google will unveil its Pixel range of devices along with Daydream virtual reality and a new 4K compatible Chromecast to replace the currently available options. Earlier reports pointed out that HTC is making this year’s Nexus phones and two of them are Pixel and Pixel XL.
iPads Can Help Diagnose Autism in Children
A new study has found that Autism could be diagnosed by allowing children to play smartphones and tablet games by tracking players’ hand movements that help identify the genetic disorder. Delafield-Butt, a Senior Lecturer in Child Development, said, “We have shown that children with autism can be identified by their game-play patterns on an iPad. This study is the first step toward a validated instrument”.
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