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DateDate: 1-05-2018, 07:38

Google Assistant is the most effective voice assistant among all the solutions available on the market at the moment. This conclusion was reached by the researchers of the marketing agency Stone Temple Consulting, by comparing the intellectual capabilities of the assistants, asking them questions of varying degrees of complexity.
A light green column indicates the number of complete and correct answers; dark green - attempts to give the right answers
The smartest voice assistant
The number of correct answers given by Google Assistant is close to 100%. As you can see on the diagram, the helper built in Google Pixel 2 proved to be the best. Google Assistant, which forms the basis of Google Home's smart column, gave fewer correct answers in percentage terms than the version for the smartphone.
The voice assistant Cortana is only slightly behind the smartphone version of Google Assistant. According to researchers, the answers given by Cortana were maximally developed and correct. Alexa showed herself a little worse. The assistant though has overcome a mark in 80% of correct answers, more often answered nevpopad.
Siri, in turn, settled on 80% of the correct answers - a good indicator, because of 10 questions Siri failed to answer only 2. On the other hand, the researchers noted, the number of incorrect answers Siri for the last year remained at the same level, while almost the rest of this indicator only grew. Taken with appleinsider.ru

DateDate: 1-05-2018, 07:34
More than 10 plants in China began using brain activity sensors with artificial intelligence to monitor the emotional state of employees.
They are required to constantly wear special devices during work, - sources from South China Morning Post reported.
Employees of more than 10 plants have to wear helmets with built-in brain wave sensors. Devices help to detect fatigue, panic, sadness and other emotions among employees. Some companies have also added sensors to VR headsets to monitor how personnel respond to a virtual environment created after work scenarios.
It is reported that most often the devices began to use production companies, where workers face high risks, for example, among train drivers or electricians. Sensors determine if such an employee is tired or dozed off and gives an alarm signal to the management personnel.
Thus, devices save companies money on errors and accidents. In addition, it is reported that tracking the emotional state helps to increase income. A representative of one of the companies told South China Morning Post that his firm's revenues grew by $ 315 million from the time when employees introduced the system in 2014.
However, the new requirements of Chinese business do not fully satisfy employees. For example, because of a little stress, they may be asked to take a break for several days and even fire. It is not clear what to do if the system detects a problem in a person who considers himself to be completely healthy.
As noted by the publication, there is no law in China that would prohibit companies from using this approach in their work. Employers use technology to increase revenues, and Chinese employees are often too weak to say "no."